Fresh Pages

The Cabal’s 2018 New Play Reading Series

Read our reports from each reading on our new blog.

The Hired Man, by Heather Meyer

Wednesday, January 31, 7-9pm
at The White Page gallery
3400 Cedar Ave S., Minneapolis, MN
refreshments at 7, reading at 7:30

A restless cattlewoman is hired on at struggling ranch in this a re-dreamed, re-invention of the Oedipus story set in the modern-day American West.

Featuring Katherine Kupiecki, Mark Bergren, Suzanne Girard Van Horne, Austen Fisher, Leslie Vincent, Shannon Troy Jones, and Melanie Wehrmacher.


A Cat Named Figment, by Rachel Teagle

Wednesday, February 28, 7-9pm
at The White Page gallery
3400 Cedar Ave S., Minneapolis, MN
refreshments at 7, reading at 7:30

Two women journey into the underworld between the walls to save their partner from his demons.

Featuring Stephanie Bertumen, Megan Burns, Pedro Juan Fonseca, Gabriel Murphy, Hope Nordquist, and Victoria Pyan. Directed by Daisuke Kawachi.


All of the Everything, by Alayna Jacqueline

Wednesday, March 28, 7-9pm
at The White Page gallery
3400 Cedar Ave S., Minneapolis, MN
refreshments at 7, reading at 7:30

A woman struggles to keep track of time and space as she grieves her husband’s tragic murder.


A Pornography Play, by Katherine Glover

Wednesday, April 25, 7-9pm
at The White Page gallery
3400 Cedar Ave S., Minneapolis, MN
refreshments at 7, reading at 7:30

A Minneapolis antipornography ordinance in the early 1980s comes to national attention and divides the feminist community.

Featuring Allison Witham, Kelsey Cramer, Leslie Vincent, Sarah Broude, Katherine Skoretz, Alayna Jacqueline, Gemma Irish, Rachel Teagle, Duck Washington, and Scot Moore. Directed by Sophie Peyton. Music by Ben Emory Larson.


FRIENDPOCALYPSE, by Gemma Irish

Wednesday, May 30, 7-9pm
at The White Page gallery
3400 Cedar Ave S., Minneapolis, MN
refreshments at 7, reading at 7:30

Telekinesis. A mysterious weather pattern. A falling-out between friends. Who is causing what, and can Olivia ever recover?

Featuring Victoria Pyan, Ricky Morisseau, LaDareon Copeland, Stephanie Ruas, Samantha Singh, and Zach Garcia. Directed by Emilia Seay Allen.