What's Going On. . .
February 2015 - CPP is going to production! Opening night is May 21st at the Access Theater! For more information about the play, click here.
January 2015 - The Collaborative Playwriting Project (CPP) enters the final stage! We now are workshopping a full script.
August 2014 - Snapped Productions' COLLABORATIVE PLAYWRITING PROJECT enters Phase 2! Six actors and one playwright collaborate to create relevant, innovative theater. Several weeks of guided improv lead by playwright Josh Billig have turned into our first pages of script!
April 2014 -Snapped Productions is collaborating with international and award winning playwright, Josh Billig on a new play. The play will be written specifically for Snapped actors and will be workshopped through 2014, culminating in a fully staged production. Stay tuned for more information about this exciting project!
March 2013-Snapped Productions closes a successful run of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. Read a review of this show HERE. Thanks to everyone who supported this production!
February 2013 - Snapped Productions opens Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing to full houses.
December 2012-Snapped Productions completes successful Indiegogo fundraising campaign!
A huge thank you to all of you who help us exceed our $2,000 fundraising goal. We managed to raise $2,895 in support of our upcoming production of Much Ado About Nothing.
November 2012 - Snapped Productions announces cast for upcoming production of William Shakespeare's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, directed by Gregory Couba. Snapped welcomes its talented and diverse cast of 18 actors: Howard Collado, Jon Dalin, Jeffery Delano David, Ann Gulian, Matt Kelley, Mary-Rose Mack, Norihito Moriya, Keith R. Oliver, Al-nisa Petty, Robby Ramos, Priyank Rastogi, Donny Repsher, Jon Adam Ross, Goncalo Ruivo, Caleb Schaaf, Peter Van Derick, Gary Warchola and Tina Ward.
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