Frost & Dodd Student Play Festival: Tell Me More, Tell Me More
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Frost & Dodd Student Play Festival

Tell Me More, Tell Me More

July 30, 2022

This event occurred as part of the 22/23 Theater Department season. This is an archived view.

Dramatic revelations surface as a group of friends go on a weekend getaway.

22/23 Theater Department

by Katie Devin Orenstein '22

Best friends Micah and Lily invite two new friends—soft-spoken Ty and worldly, sophisticated Kirk—to Micah's grandparents' Hamptons beach house for the weekend. Little do they know that someone among the four is neither gay nor straight but… (***thunderclap, horrified screaming in the distance***) BISEXUAL!!!!!!

This play was one of the Eleanor Frost Playwriting Competition winners.
This year's winner of the Ruth & Loring Dodd Student Playwriting Competition will be produced later in our season.

Katie Devin Orenstein (she/her) '22 is thrilled to be back for 2 Frost 2 Furious. She is, famously, the only person who uses instagram correctly and she is a film and theater major and middle eastern studies minor. Dartmouth theater: Rent, Jo & Laurie, Seismic Change (Frost/Dodd 2021), Into the Woods, Debutantes From Hell, Meat, Little Circles and Family Style. Alum of NYTW, The Drama League, Imaginarium, Berkshire Playwrights Lab and Irony Point Productions. Special thanks to Bill Nisen, Nilan Johnson, Charisma Carpenter, Michael Ganio, Parker Posey and Alan Cumming, Mia Nelson and her fellow Frost/Dodd playwrights. Tell Me More, Tell Me More is in memory of Phyllis Elstein, and is dedicated to her grandson, Ben Togut. Learn more about Katie >

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