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The Alley All New Festival provides playwrights the resources needed to grow their work. The festival also offers audiences a first look at plays that may appear in full productions at the Alley, as well as at theatres around the country.

When the milestone date on their new video game is suddenly moved up – the week before Thanksgiving – a diverse team of game developers must camp out at the office for seven days straight, crunching to meet an impossible deadline. Exhaustion sets in, tempers flare and modern day work place grievances rise to the surface in this timely new drama with both humor and heart.

Laura Jacqmin has written for the theatre (winner of the 2008 Wasserstein Prize), television (Get Shorty and Grace and Frankie) and video games (The Walking Dead, Season 3 and Minecraft: Story Mode).

The Alley All New Festival provides playwrights the resources needed to grow their work. The festival also offers audiences a first look at plays that may appear in full productions at the Alley, as well as at theatres around the country.

When the milestone date on their new video game is suddenly moved up – the week before Thanksgiving – a diverse team of game developers must camp out at the office for seven days straight, crunching to meet an impossible deadline. Exhaustion sets in, tempers flare and modern day work place grievances rise to the surface in this timely new drama with both humor and heart.

Laura Jacqmin has written for the theatre (winner of the 2008 Wasserstein Prize), television (Get Shorty and Grace and Frankie) and video games (The Walking Dead, Season 3 and Minecraft: Story Mode).

The Alley All New Festival provides playwrights the resources needed to grow their work. The festival also offers audiences a first look at plays that may appear in full productions at the Alley, as well as at theatres around the country.

When the milestone date on their new video game is suddenly moved up – the week before Thanksgiving – a diverse team of game developers must camp out at the office for seven days straight, crunching to meet an impossible deadline. Exhaustion sets in, tempers flare and modern day work place grievances rise to the surface in this timely new drama with both humor and heart.

Laura Jacqmin has written for the theatre (winner of the 2008 Wasserstein Prize), television (Get Shorty and Grace and Frankie) and video games (The Walking Dead, Season 3 and Minecraft: Story Mode).

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Alley Theatre
615 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
https://www.alleytheatre.org/plays/production-detail/end-of-message

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