Playwrights of 2018 Mollie Mook-Fiddler New Plays Festival

the guest playwrights at the 2018 Mollie Mook-Fiddler New Plays Festival

Daniel Sullivan Artistic Director of The Silverton Theatre Mine

Daniel Sullivan, Artistic Director, in the theatre at
the Grand Imperial Hotel in Silverton

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a scene from Protectors by Landin Melendez

Theresa Carson

Theresa Carson reading Nancy Hoffman's
Hawthorne and Melville: A Play for Two Friends

Jena Serbu

Jena Serbu reading Nancy Hoffman's
Hawthorne and Melville: A Play for Two Friends

Theresa Carson, Charles Pike, Charmain Howington

Theresa Carson, Charles Pike, and Charmain Howington in Peter Gil-Sheridan's A Long Way from Home

Lauren Berkman and Matthew Vire

Lauren Berkman and Matthew Vire in Peter Gil-Sheridan's A Long Way from Home

Carmiya Levin and Kodie John

Carmiya Levin and Kodie John in a scene from Protectors by Landin Melendez

Charmain Howington and Nancy Hoffman

Charmain Howington and Nancy Hoffman in
Peter Gil-Sheridan's A Long Way from Home

Daniel Sullivan and Peter Gil-Sheridan

Artistic Director Daniel Sullivan and Guest Artist Peter Gil-Sheridan in the theatre at the Grand Imperial Hotel

Ben Mattson and Peter Gil-Sheridan

Ben Mattson and Peter Gil-Sheridan in These Boots are Made for Walkin' by Shawn Samuelson Henry

Ben Mattson and Peter Gil-Sheridan
Charles Pike and Lauren Bermkan

Charles Pike and Lauren Berkman in Not About Trees with Daniel Sullivan, Charles Pike, and Lauren Berkman

Ted Pope and Charmain Howington

Ted Pope and Charmain Howington in After Her by Elizabeth Hofeld

Judith Graham

Judy Graham, Silverton resident and Theatre Mine
co-founder, in the theatre at the Grand Imperial Hotel

Leigh Meigs

Leigh Meigs in Protectors by Landin Melendez

Ted Pope

Ted Pope in After Her by Elizabeth Hofeld

Pam Breithaupt and Ted Pope

Ted Pope and Pam Breithaupt in
After Her by Elizabeth Hofeld

Marley Roberts, Delena Britnell, and Cindy Reed

Marley Roberts, Delena Britnell, and Cindy Reed in
Brenda by Jena Serbu

Charmain Howington

Charmain Howington in Nancy Hoffman's
Hawthorne and Melville: A Play for Two Friends