The One Act Play Festival’s mission is to bring together a group of diverse and creative artists to produce a weekend of exhilarating theatre to share with our community. From the seasoned actor to the curious newcomer; first time directors and students of theatre to those retired from the craft; people with a flair for fashion to someone with a curiosity about how a light board functions - this is your call!
Featured Plays: Overtones by Alice Gerstenberg
Directed by Cody LaCrone
As cool and serene as Harriet and Margaret may appear, Hettie and Maggie are just as volatile, troubled and passionate.
A Woman of Character by Ward Just
Adapted for the Stage by David Smit
Directed by Sherri Minick
Choices - for ourselves, for others...
Choosing alongside an enemy - choosing with a friend
Sally's decision - right or wrong?
Paventi by Patrick Falcon
Directed by Donald J. Davis
What would you do if you were suddenly pulled on stage from the audience in the middle of a play? See the magical things that can happen when you suspend disbelief.
Flowers for Algernon by David Rogers
Based on the book by Daniel Keyes
Directed by Molli Maberry
Experimental surgery has been performed on Algernon, a mouse, increasing his intelligence fourfold. The operation is tried on Charlie, who rapidly changes from moron to genius. Algernon soon shows frightening symptoms of regression and the play becomes a race against time for Charlie.
Performance times: Friday & Saturday - 7:30pm
Tickets: Adult - $12; Military, Student or Child - $6