Pan Theater Announces First Annual San Francisco Ten Minute Play Festival to be Held at the Blue Bear Theater in San Francisco on July 22nd and 23rd, 2005

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Pan Theater, producer of Dramedy and Comma, annouces its first annual Ten Minute Play Festival. Pan Theater performers will present two evenings of short plays from some of the nationÂ?s best emerging playwrights.

Pan Theater, producer of the improv hit Dramedy and Comma, will present its first ever San Francisco Ten Minute Play Festival.

Pan Theater performers will present short plays by some of the nations top emerging playwrights in two evenings of fun, drama and excitement. The theme of the festival is: “anything can happen in ten minutes.”

Pan Theater known for its popular Dramedy and Comma live improv shows will present its first ever scripted performances. The evening will include eight short plays ranging from eight to twenty minutes. Plays include comedy, drama and melodrama.

The plays being presented include: How to ruin Monday Night Football by Aleks Merilo, October by Ginger Lazarus, Bury Barry by Michael Rubenfeld, Ginsburg, Fisher of Souls by Paul Kahn, Some of All Parts by Mrinalini Kamath, Insomnia by Patrick Gabridge, High Noon by Adams Szymkowicz and The Longest Night by Alina Trowbridge.

The festival will be held at the intimate Blue Bear Theater, Building D, and 2nd floor in beautiful Fort Mason. Performance dates are scheduled for July 22nd and July 23rd starting at 8pm. Seating is limited. Tickets should be purchased in advance. Tickets at the door are $16 and advance tickets are $15. Students and TBA members are $12 with ID.

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About Pan Theater:

Pan Theater, improv by the people for the people, has been bringing comedic and dramatic improv to the San Francisco Bay Area since 2002. Their monthly Dramedy and Comma show is a Bay Area favorite.

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