Fulton Festival of New Works


Fulton Theatre is happy to announce that the 2nd Annual Fulton Festival of New Works: Stories of Diversity winner is Nelson Diaz-Marcano’s World Classic!!

It was an engaging and productive weekend of new work and we’d like to thank audiences for their attention, attendance, and feedback.

Our enormous gratitude also goes out to all of this past weekend’s playwrights:
Chandler Hubbard – Children of the Empire
John Mabey – A Complicated Hope
Christine Stoddard – Mi Abuela, Queen of Nightmares
Nelson Diaz-Marcano – World Classic

To the Performers, Directors, and Stage Managers:
Matthew Amira*, Megan Nicole Arnoldy*, Jim Ballard*, Madison Paige Buck, Nathan Cockroft*, Rita Clarke, Peter McClung, Kalen Robinson*, Carol Cadby*, Ben Dibble*, Joshua William Green*, Nancy Ticotin*, Federica Andino-Vega, Tony Chiroldes*, Andrés Montejo, Nelly Torres, Sonii Bora

Jeffrey Coon*, Reva Stover, Eric Swartz (El Chelito)

Elspeth Bustard, Makenzie Mettler

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

To Moderators:
Starleisha Gingrich, Andrés Montejo, Johana Reynoso

To Judges:
Barry Kornhauser, Marie Cleaves, Sobeida Rosa

To Master of Ceremonies:
William C. Broaddus

To Sponsors:

Stories of Diversity Festival Sponsor: Lancaster County Community Foundation

Stories of Diversity Education Sponsor: Highmark Blue Shield

And to the Fulton Theatre Staff, Volunteers, play selection committee, and IDEA Committee.