West Coast Players
is pleased to announce the plays selected for our
6th Annual One Act Plays Festival.
A Shot at the Big Time, by Judd Lear Silverman, Brooklyn, NY. Directed by Judy Landis
Compact, by Allan Provost, Miami, FL. Directed by Richard Stefanik
Death Who's Coming to Dinner, by Joe Starzyk, Troy, NY. Directed by Jon Thomas
Debbie and Me, by Marsha Lee Sheiness, New York, NY. Directed by Stephan Bielawski
Elvis is Dead, by James Hutchison, Alberta, Canada. Directed by John Parsonson
Fate, by Mike Cote, Clearwater, FL. Directed by Leo Salerno
How Violet Met Watson, by Susan Goodell, Weston, CT. Directed by Vivienne Brown
It's My Wonderful Life, by Cynthia Arsenault, Haverhill, MA. Directed by Giovanni Ginnetti.
Such a Small Word, by Maureen Paraventi, Redford Township, MI. Directed by Mike Cote.
The House of Broken Dreams, by Dick Budin, Clearwater, FL. Directed by Susan Karsnick.
The Lilac Ticket, by C.J. Ehrlich, Chappaqua, NY. Directed by Judy Landis.Following each evening’s performances, audience members will vote for favorite plays. At the end of the production the votes will be tallied and the top 3 vote-getting playwrights will share in the distribution of the entry fees collected from the play submissions.
Performances are Friday July 3 - Sunday July 12
Groups 10+: $17
All seating is reserved.
Perhaps more than any other current controversy, same-sex marriage has been discussed and debated in state legislatures, classrooms, courtrooms and across dining room tables throughout the country. Standing On Ceremony brings the issue down to the human level with laughter and just a few tears. The play not only addresses gay marriage but also celebrates all individuals who commit to a life-long journey together. A heartwarming gem.
Directed by Donna Donnelly
June 5 - 21, 2015
Directions to the theatre can be found here.