Winter One Acts
February 2,3 & 4 at 7:30, p.m.
February 5 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Performances at the Luck Playhouse at St. Christopher's School
What happens when a random group of young people find themselves trapped in a game of Twister, in an unidentifiable holding space, proctored by two rather unpleasant and ageless sisters? Perhaps a good look in the mirror will help each of them come to a new understanding of what it means to be a better person in the world. Welcome to Purgatory!
Presence of Presents
When Marley arrives at the door, Dylan seems to be ready for him and the three visitors who arrive next, much to each other's vexation. Will a Magic 8 Ball decide the future? "Reply Hazy, Try Again"
People In The Wind
The prototype for Bus Stop, a 1956 hit Hollywood film starring Marilyn Monroe, People in the Wind explores eight varied and interesting characters in the roadside diner of a rural Kansas town. One of Inge's most powerful and poetic ensemble pieces revealing the pained yearning for love and self-fulfillment in all of us.
The Actor’s Nightmare
George Spelvin is an accountant who appears backstage not knowing how he got there. He soon discovers that he is set to perform for an actor who has been in a car accident. Before he knows it, George is on stage trying to fake his way through four vastly different plays. As things progress, he struggles not to lose his head. Will he succeed?
The Lives of Great Waitresses
Four waitresses, each with her own quirk, each with her own story, each with her own way of being the greatest.
Emotional Baggage is unique in that it has no dialogue. The characters each have a piece of baggage that they cannot get rid of and they display their emotions and struggles through movement. They each have learned to get through their lives with their Baggage until someone new comes along and changes everything.