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Virtual Arts New Play Festival Features
11 Contemporary Playwrights


Scott Johnson & Jason Harris

Writers & Cast of
Sandwiches, Suicide and Hulu

Quarantine is taking its toll on Gregory. He talks daily with best friend Paul on zoom, musing
about life as it was, television, and an end to it all.

Premiering Sunday, March 6 at 10:00pm EST/ 7:00pm PST

Scott and Jason join us from the Las Vegas area.

Scott Johnson has performed in numerous places up and down the strip, and was a cast member of Tony and Tina’s Wedding Las Vegas from 2001 to 2017. In addition to his stage work, Johnson has appeared in music videos, television commercials, short films, industrial training videos, and the independent film Pop Star Puppy. After almost twenty years of writing and performing professionally for the theater, Johnson has recently stepped away from the stage to fully pursue a career in writing comics. His autobiographical story The Call was published in the Eisner Award nominated Where We Live from Image Comics, an anthology book benefitting the victims of the Route 91 shooting on 10/1. His second published work Finding My Voice can be found in The Good Fight, a Kickstarter backed comics anthology. Johnson has a number of future comics projects in various stages of development.

Jason Harris recently came off a successful run as the writer / producer / show runner (and performer) for Bleacher Report’s Your Fantasy Fire Drill, a weekly fantasy football show that took place at the Caesars Palace sports book and was the first show to air out of the B / R and Caesars Entertainment deal. He also co-created and produced the first ever cooking competition show to air on ABC, Time Machine Chefs. He has appeared in and written / directed films that have played festivals all over the world including the Sundance Film Festival, AFI and Austin Film Festival. Most importantly, Harris is a father and his daughter Scarlett is the love of his life.


Meet the cast of Team Building

From left to right: Jamahl Garrison-Lowe, Cait Cortelyou & Michael Bernstein

Also appearing but not pictured: Morgan McGuire

Team Building, Written by Philip J. Kaplan and Directed by Greg Emetaz, will
be featured on Friday, March 7th at 7:00pm EST/ 4pm PST.

A Zoom meeting so bad you might not survive, as a team tries to get to know a new and disturbing member.


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