Shattered Glass Project


The Shattered Glass Project 2024- New Works Festival: New Voices, New Narrative

Three original plays elevating new and diverse voices:
8 nights by 9 directors and playwrights, 16 actors and 5 designers,
15 actors, and 5 designers.

Laugh. Weep. Celebrate.

The Shattered Glass Project 2024 New Works Festival: New Voices, New Narratives is the culminating presentation by the participants in the Director and Playwright Incubator/Mentor Program. The Shattered Glass Project is unique in Seattle’s rich theatrical ecosystem, presenting a festival created by a cohort of women and non-binary directors and playwrights supporting one another through a year of skill building and play development workshops.

Ranging in style from lyrical to camp to realism, the three plays elevate new and diverse voices re-examining traditional narratives and socially relevant topics through the powerful medium of theater.


Shattered Glass Preview-Staged Reading and Streamed Show

Ongoing and upcoming events from Shattered Glass Project
Staged Reading and Streamed Recording

All New Cells-Streamed

When Nils’s ex-girlfriend dies suddenly, he is dragged back into a toxic online roleplay scene he swore he’d never return to. He’d been doing okay sticking to his seven-year plan for getting over their breakup – but now, everyone either blames him or expects him to have answers, and he’s getting nasty anonymous messages that might be coming from beyond the grave.


All New Cells – A Dive into a Virtual World

Time to go back to those remote fiction forums we all loved

Human bodies are self-generation cell machines that can produce an entirely new collection of cells every seven years. Some cells age and die in a few months, and others take a few years, but as that happens, new cells are being generated to keep the body functioning. This is what Nils desperately clings to because, when cells die, trauma should die with them, right? Too bad his ex-girlfriend just passed, and he’s forced back into a rich online scene that is far from healthy.

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