The Mollie: A New Works for Theatre Festival
returns to Silverton, Colorado
May 30, May 31, and June 1, 2019

Continuing a tradition begun in 2005 by Mollie Mook-Fiddler, invited 2019 resident playwrights
Christin Eve Cato, Randy NoojinRosanna Staffa and Gregory S. Mosswill develop and present readings of their new plays for American stage.

DETAILS  from Theatre MINE's  2018 festival:  

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The Silverton Theatre Mine continues a tradition begun in 2005 by Mollie Mook-Fiddler of inviting resident playwrights to Silverton to develop and see read their new plays for theatre by local, regional, and national actors.

In early June, TSTM welcomed actors and playwrights from the Silverton region and beyond and from organizations including San Juan College (Farmington, NM), Durango Arts Center, The Raven Narratives Podcast Project, and Indiana University-Bloomington.

The venue for the readings and performances was generously provided by Silverton's historic Grand Imperial Hotel.

Durango Herald on the region as a new plays incubator:

Durango Herald and Four Corners New Plays

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Location: All shows were presented at the Grand Imperial Hotel Theatre at 1219 Greene St, Silverton, CO 81433 

Thursday, June 7
2:30
- I Am by Leigh Meigs
6:30 - Protectors by Landin Melendez
8:30 - Máiréad from Wave Reeded Waters by Seamus Lucason

Friday, June 8
2:30 - A New Play by Jena Serbu
6:30 - The Alchemy of Change by Sarah Syverson
8:00 - After Her by Elizabeth Holfeld – Durango Arts Center (DAC) 10-Minute Play Grand Prize Winner 
   followed at 8:30 by a New Play by Peter Gil-Sheridan

Saturday, June 9
2:30 - Watertower / Shedwater / Watersea - New Plays by Silverton Youths’ Playwrights 8 Group presented at the Silverton School Performing Arts Center
6:30 - Not About Trees with Daniel Sullivan, Charles Pike, and Lauren Berkman
8:00 - These Boots are Made for Hikin’ by Shawn Samuelson Henry - DAC 10-Minute Play Finalist
  followed at 8:30 by Hawthorne & Melville: A Play for Two Friends by Nancy Hoffman

Ticket options: $10 per performance, $20 single day pass or $35 All-Access Pass