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July One Act Play Weekend

Featuring Special Guest Performances by Theatre On The Edge!

To Die For:

Written by Lindsay Grisebach. Directed by Lindsay Grisebach and Colleen Matthews.

A woman is taken by an angel of death, and needs to prove herself to the angel that she is a good enough person to continue living her life.

Family 2.0:

Written by Walter Wykes. Directed by Adam Bromley.

This play is an absurdist take on the typical family life. A man walks into a women’s house and pronounces to be her NEW HUSBAND!! Comedy ensues in this flipped version of the family life that may see people turn into dogs and the love between strangers blossom but as the man sees the cracks in this new life, he begins to question… “Have I made the right decision?”.

The Last Duel in Newfoundland:

Written and Directed by Stacy Duke and Christopher Kreider.

In small town Newfoundland in 1873, two best friends discover they have fallen in love with the same woman. There's only one way to solve this dilemma, and it doesn't involve drawing names out of a hat. This is an absurd comedy about friendship, love, and a pair of blundering fools set on a collision course.

You’re A Wonderful Wife:

Written by Tammany Hanna. Directed by Susan St. John.

Alice, a very devoted housewife in the 1950s is unsatisfied with simply loving and serving her husband, Tony. Day after day it seems like the same old tireless routine. One day in the midst of her frustration, she utters words that cause her to meet an unlikely stranger and changes her entire life instantly. Will Alice find a balance of serving her husband and fulfilling her unmentioned desires?

Auditions: May 6, 7, 8 2013

Performances: July 11, 12, 13; 18, 19, 20 2013



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