May 8-18, 2019

All Readings begin at 7:00 pm

Join us for the 2019 Ingram New Works Festival! Attendance is FREE, but space is limited! Register below to reserve your seats for each staged reading you wish to attend.

The 2018 Ingram New Works Festival featured:

This Red Planet by Nate Eppler

A former US President wakes up one morning and decides to be an artist instead of a Republican, enrolling in private painting lessons from an art teacher hired specifically to discourage him. 

Audience Advisory: Contains adult content and strong language

How the Baby Died by Tori Keenan-Zelt

Stace, a young actress, moves across the country to be a live-in nanny for her friends while making an unsettling audition tape for a French horror theatre company. 

Audience Advisory: Contains adult content, strong language, and scenes of theatrical violence

The Very Last Wishes of Grandpa Joe, or Mia & Hector Go Sightseeing by Cristina Florencia Castro

An acclaimed pop-up book artist travels to Ireland with her best friend while silently grappling with her loss of vision. 

Audience Advisory: Contains strong language

Pranayama by James Anthony Tyler

Neighbors struggle to connect in a Bikram yoga studio in a gentrifying corner of Harlem during the days leading up to the 2016 presidential election. 

Audience Advisory: Contains adult content and strong language

Location:

Nashville State Community College
Health and Humanities Building - Mainstage Theatre
120 White Bridge Rd, Nashville, TN 37209