Silverton launches innovative new play festival

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Silverton launches innovative new play festival

Honoring a colleague with creative collaboration
Co-founders of The Silverton Theatre Min, from left, are Matthew Vire, left, Judy Graham and Daniel Sullivan.
Mollie Mook-Fiddler
Silverton Theatre Mine Board Member Leigh Meigs, Durango legal mediator, clinical social worker, and playwright, left, and Daniel Sullivan, co-founder and artistic director of The Silverton Theatre Mine in a meet at Durango Arts Center.
If you go

WHAT: “Watershed Abrazos: The Silverton Theatre Mine’s 2018 Mollie Mook-Fiddler New Play Festival.”


WHERE: Grand Imperial Hotel Theater, 1219 Greene St., Silverton.


WHEN: 2:30, 6:60, and 8 p.m. June 7-9.


TICKETS: $10 at the door each performance, $35 festival pass, all readings access.


MORE INFORMATION: For information and daily schedule, visit www.thetheatremine.org.

Silverton launches innovative new play festival

Co-founders of The Silverton Theatre Min, from left, are Matthew Vire, left, Judy Graham and Daniel Sullivan.
Mollie Mook-Fiddler
Silverton Theatre Mine Board Member Leigh Meigs, Durango legal mediator, clinical social worker, and playwright, left, and Daniel Sullivan, co-founder and artistic director of The Silverton Theatre Mine in a meet at Durango Arts Center.
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