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Call for submissions for our new student-led partnerships in the South Bay!

So Say We All is collaborating with three groups of seniors at High Tech High Chula Vista on their final projects to design, engineer, and host a reading series in the South Bay, which will consist of three different nights throughout March, April and May.

The themes range from high school stories (struggles, relationships, trouble, etc), unexpected moments, and first times, and we hope for both readers and audience alike to be able to connect through their own unique stories. Submit to readingwithcv@gmail.com, with subject heading corresponding to chosen theme/prompt (1,460 Days, Wasn’t Expecting That!, or First Times).

1460 DAYS

Thursday, March 15
6:00 PM
2088 Otay Lakes Rd.,
Chula Vista, CA 91915

Tell us about your amazing and or terrible experiences in high school! (1460 days is the number of days you spent inside the walls of your high school).

Submission guidelines:
– 1200 – 1500 words
– Submit to readingwithcv@gmail.com, with subject heading “1,460 Days”
– Include name and contact info

FIRST TIMES

Do you remember your first love? First kiss? First party? First loss? First heartbreak? Share a memorable first with us and submit your story.

Project ReVision is partnering up with SSWA to create a reading series in the South County area.

Write a story between 6 to 8 minutes long talking about any of your first experiences. Submission deadline is March 16th 2018. You must send your story to readingwithcv@gmail.com. Must Include: Your name, The theme you wrote for, and your story.

Performances will take place on April 19th, 2018 at 5:30 to 8:00 pm.

We will be having the chosen people perform at Project Reo Coffee Shop, in 2335 Reo Dr. San Diego, CA 92139.

Life is full of firsts and we want to hear yours.

WASN’T EXPECTING THAT!

Wasn’t expecting that!: Did your SO buy you a puppy? Did your friend tell your deepest secret? Was it dad who ran over the cat? Every relationship has its ups and downs, but sometimes you’re thrown in for a loop! Tell us what happened. Tell us how it affected your relationship.

Requirements: Your story needs to meet a word count of 1200 to 1500 words.

Submittal Process: Please include your name and contact information.

Submit your stories by email at readingwithcv@gmail.com with the Subject Heading “Wasn’t Expecting that!”

We look forward to reading your stories!

Submission Date: April 1st
Event Day: May 9th
Where: Onstage Playhouse 291 3rd Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91910
Time: 7-9 p.m.


We hope you’ll join us for these shows!


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Mesa College VAMP: Borders

So Say We All is proud to partner with San Diego Mesa College to present their first VAMP showcase: Borders.

Please join us for a night of storytelling at Mesa College. The selected students spend nearly a month undergoing an intensive critique and coaching process. Their stories are brave and vulnerable portrayals of borders. Life is full of borders: emotional, political, geographic, sexual, cultural, family.

The students participating in this showcases were selected from a large field of student submissions, and then spent a month working intensively with faculty, So Say We All teaching artists, and their co-performers to bring their stories to the stage. They work so hard, and have such amazing stories to tell.

San Diego Mesa College VAMP: Borders
Spring 2016
April 21st at 7:00 PM
San Diego Mesa College, auditorium in room G102
FREE