Spokane Playwrights Laboratory
Change Lives Through Story
Up Next in the Lab
The Break Room
By Hazel Bean
It’s the Friday morning staff meeting at Brilliantine Solutions and mid-level data analyst, Tobias, has had enough. He cannot numbly slog his way through another round of meaningless TGIFs and stale meeting brownies. He knows there must be a better way and he’s ready to fight for it. What begins as an in-office uprising quickly spirals out of control. Heads will roll as Tobias and his band of rebels risk it all to change the world!
Tobias: Jared Martin
Ned: Doug Dawson
Leigh-Anne: Anna Kay
Ophelia: Rebecca Craven
Melvin: Jerry Sciarrio
Deborah: Molly Robbins
Bill: Dahveed Bullis
Directed by: Erin Sellers
Stage Manager: Jaz Vega
April 21, 2022
The Washington Cracker Building
304 W Pacific Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
Doors open at 6:30
Workshop Performance at 7:30
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How does it work?
SPL offers a unique, extended workshop experience. We affectionately call it Lab Time. Click the button below to take a peek at how SPL does what it does.
We’ve partnered with Terrain!
SPL is thrilled to announce we have partnered with Terrain for the 2021-2022 season! All of our staged readings will be held at the Washington Cracker building! Come enjoy great new scripts by local playwrights in this awesome performance space. For more information about our upcoming events click the button below.
SPL Won a SAGA Grant!
SPL is honored and grateful to be selected as a 2021 Spokane Arts Grant Awards recipient. The funds from this grant are going directly to supporting Spokane’s playwrighting community. We will be using the support given by SAGA to develop 6 original scripts by Spokane playwrights (see Lab Time), create workshop opportunities within our community, and set up a playwrighting internship program with local colleges and universities. Thank you, Spokane Arts! Your support makes the difference to us.
How to Get Involved
We are always excited to welcome new collaborators! If you are a theatre artist, writing enthusiast, volunteer, or friendly face, please fill out the form below. We will contact you directly. See you in the Lab!
Spokane Playwrights Laboratory exists to help local writers create original plays. We are here to help you get your script ready to submit to local or professional theatres. Our goal is to give you, our playwright, a unique opportunity to develop your unfinished work into a fully realized rehearsal scripts ready for print or production. We provide you with time, resources, and professional expertise in an extended workshop environment. By giving you an opportunity to experiment and discover, we also give you a competitive edge.
At the end of our workshop period, we invite audiences to view your work at a staged reading. You get the benefit of direct feedback from a live audience. In this way, you will truly know if your script “works” before you submit it for consideration in local theatres. By staging your work, we foster an environment of support and meaningful/constructive creative dialogue.
We give equal consideration to all creative voices in our community.