New venue. New plays. Same rebellious attitude.
The fifth annual Collective:10 follows four previous SOLD OUT C:10 productions, and features 11 original plays selected from hundreds of submissions. This year, we're taking over a loft in the Flatiron and invite you to experience these provocative stories up close in our most intimate setting to date. It's a raw, bare bones chance to experience something real in a political and social climate that constantly puts truth and human connection to the test. Come get uncomfortable with us.
Five plays premiere November 1-5, and another six plays premiere November 8-12. All of this year's plays will be published in The Collective:10 Play Anthology, Vol. 5, which will also feature two additional new plays.
The plays selected for this year's C:10 are a dynamic mix from some of our favorite playwrights and some exciting new voices, including:
Mark Borkowski, Julie Brister, Stacey Isom Campbell, Jonathan Davidson, Nicolas diPierro, Maximillian Gill, Erin Mallon, Craig McNulty, Brandon T. Snider, David Thigpen, Tessa Borbridge and Thomas C. Dunn.
There's nothing like C:10. Make sure you can say you were there.
Tickets on sale now!
"quick fix" Makes West Coast Premiere in HollyShorts Film Festival
"quick fix" began its festival run with a world premiere screening March 31st as an Official Selection of the Vail Film Festival, where the film won BEST SHORT. The film since screened as an Official Selection of the HollyShorts Film Festival in LA.
"quick fix" is written by Collective founding member Brian Leider and co-produced by fellow founding member Nick Marshall and member Natalie Brasington. The Collective first presented this story, also written by Leider, as a stage play in the second annual Collective:10 short play festival in NYC in 2014. It is one of several plays The Collective has adapted for the screen.
The film features Collective founding member and co-artistic director Kevin Kane and fellow ensemble member Richard Masur in the lead roles.
SPLIT SCREEN: Two award-winning CollectiveNY Films
"Uncle Silas" Screens at Marietta International Film Festival; Ensemble Member Kevin Kane Wins Best Actor in a Short
"Uncle Silas," the adaptation of the 2013 C:10 play written by Sayra Player is one of the latest CollectiveNY Films hitting the festival circuit. The film, directed by and featuring Player, co-directed and produced by Rebecca Brillhart and produced by Rich Pecci, has been on a roll this year, screening at the New York Shorts Fest, Gasparilla International Film Festival, Miami Independent Film Festival, London’s Unrestricted Viewing Film Festival and the Auckland (NZ) International Film Festival. (Kevin Kane’s performance won the Best Overall Actor award at Aukland.) "Uncle Silas" brought home the Jury prize at the Albuquerque Internal Film & Music Experience with special guests T Bone Burnett, Jeff Bridges and Wes Studi in attendance.
June 17th, "Uncle Silas" came home to New York City to screen as a part of Soho International Film Festival, and was selected for an additional screening. ("Turtleface" from CollectiveNY Films won the Best Short Film award at SIFF last year.) This year, Sayra Player won Best Lead Actress in a Short.
"Turtleface" Screens in Cape Fear Independent Film Festival
"Turtleface" continues its festival run as was an Official Selection of the Cape Fear Independent Film Festival in Wilmington, NC.
"Turtleface" premiered at the Las Vegas Film Festival and the SOHO International Film Festival (WINNER - Audience Award, Short Film) in June 2016. It also screened at the Covellite International Film Festival in Butte, Montana, the Garden State Film Festival, Myrtle Beach Film Festival, as part of the Zamoxis Short Film Showcase in Santa Monica, CA, and won Best Editing/Photography in the Largo Film Awards in July 2016 and a Silver Award in the Los Angeles Film Review Independent Film Awards.
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The Collective NY is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 production company. We rely on the generosity of our supporters to continue to produce top-quality theatre and film, and to continue our development of emerging writers. Every $10 = one seat that we can make available for FREE to someone who cannot afford a ticket to quality professional theatre or does not know that such opportunities exist. We would rather perform for an enthusiastic and engaged audience who have not paid a dime than to have one empty seat. Your tax-deductible contribution, however large or small, will help ensure that we can continue our mission.