Eastside Queer Stories 2020 – Casting Breakdown
Eastside Queer Stories is an LGBTQ one-act play festival featuring plays written by LGBTQ playwrights in Los Angeles.
Due to COVID-19, Q Youth Foundation has modified the play festival to be documented and recorded as a Podcast Style - Radio Play Presentation. If selected as a participant, we are taking extra precautions to keep the entire team safe and compliant to industry safety standards and setting up rehearsals via Zoom links. Actors must be in the Los Angeles area for the in-person live studio recording sessions in early December 2020- January 2021.
The ESQS Podcast Radio Plays will be released and uploaded in various audio streaming directories and accessible to our listening audiences in 2021.
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November 23, 2020 - December 14, 2020
December 7th -17th, 2020 via Zoom
Round 1: November - December 2020
Round 2: December 2020 - January 2021
Studio Recording Location: Los Angeles Area
Directors: Elliot Feliciano, Marlene Beltran, Dan Lovato,
Edwin Alexis Gomez, Sophie Goldstein, Abe Zapata Jr.,
Daniel Munoz, Corey Saucier, Joseph Klink, Izzy Bravo
Playwrights: Daniel Muñoz, Ale Flores, Noah Lashly,
J. Daniel Cruz, Jess Cen, librecht baker, César Carmona,
Audrey Kuo, Hadrian Shawn Miguel, Sydney F. Rogers
Producers: Ana Bernal, Abe Zapata Jr., Brandon English
** People who identify with any, some, or all of these categories: women, non-binary people, agender people, gender diverse
Afterlife or Bust by librecht baker
Director: Abe Zapata Jr.
While riding a Metro train, two strangers discuss their unfulfilled desires.
Every Story is a Love Story by Audrey Kuo
Director: Izzy Bravo
Two transgender teenagers, one a ghost, talk about their friendship after one of them breaks a promise.
Transformation by J. Daniel Cruz
Director: Edwin Alexis Gómez
A play depicting the struggle for acceptance of transgender people within their community and their families.
Running from Myself by Sydney F. Rogers
Director: Corey Saucier
Cori looks back on their life as a young person and their journey to becoming sober.
Meet me at the Bodega by Hadrian Shawn Miguel
Director: Joseph Klink
Sometimes in the get down of a not-so typical day in the life of a Bronx bodega.