Events


TRANSGRESS
A reading with The Bechdel Group
Monday, September 25th 2017

43 East 7th Street, New York City


PROGRESS 
An artist collaboration between photographer, Christopher Turner and playwright Alan Olejniczak, this collection is meant to question our impact on the environment, as well as the emotional implications of modern consumerism. Their intention is to convey stories, reveal truths. This series is born post-election as a response to the current political and social climate. For more information

AMP: Art Market Provincetown
432 Commercial Street, 
Provincetown MA 02657
June 23rd through July 13th, 2017
by appointment only
(646) 298-9258


PianoFight's ShortLived 2017 
Round 1 Line-Up
The nation's largest audience-judged theater competition  

UNFORGIVEN by Alan Olejniczak a ten-minute drama
PianoFight
144 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
June 15th, 16th, 17th at 7:00

NEW VOICES: Four New Works of Music and Theatre
TAC: Temescal Arts Center
511 48th Street, Oakland, CA 
April 20th at 8:30
$17.50 to $20




TRANSGRESS
William Inge Festival: Play Lab
Friday, April 22nd at 1:30 pm 

The First United Methodist Church, Gault Hall 
200 South Penn Ave., Independence, Kansas
Open for festival ticket holders


MISSION ARTISTS UNITED Spring Open Studios
1890 Bryant Street, Studio 409, San Francisco, CA

Previews on Friday, March 30th.  6 to 9pm Open Studio on April 1st and April 2nd from 12 to 6pm 

Christopher Turner will be showing his new series titled PROGRESS in collaboration with playwright Alan Olejniczak, as well as his nighttime landscapes and daytime abstracts. 


LETHE 
Drink from the stream of consciousness, the river of oblivion




Presented by 
Performed at a Salon Concert with Jennifer Beattie 

This March Residency is all about words, woodwinds & stretching the seams of classical music with artists:
Jennifer Beattie, mezzo-soprano 
Adam Tendler, pianist, composer, author
Zack Pulse, oboe & english horn
Jennifer Woodrum, Clarinet

The Sea Ranch, California
March, 11th  2017 at 3:00pm
Open to the public, but space is extremely limited

This piece was developed and first presented with
The San Francisco Olympians Festival in October 2016