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Fall One-Act Festival


 

Faculty Advisor: Jeffrey Bracco

Fess Parker Studio Theatre

Oct. 22 & 23, 2016

Saturday & Sunday 2pm

Theatre arts majors direct diverse collection of one-act plays. For mature audiences.

Directed by Kirsten Brondial

IN THE BEGINNING

By Neil LaBute

Passion to create change can often blind us. We believe that we are fighting for a cause that is bigger than us, but what's the right way to ask for help? In The Beginning by Neil LaBute explores that relationship between a parent and child and invites you to look into the face of reality when we are struck by tough love.

 

Directed by Bryce Webster

THE MOON PLEASE

By Diana Son

In one day, one hour, the world changed. Where we were, who we were with, is branded in our minds.  But what if you had made a different choice that day? What if you were somewhere else entirely, with someone else? What if just one little change had altered your future in a big way? One tiny decision, on different word, can change everything.  The Moon Please explores how that one, inconsequential change can dramatically affect the life of a young family, for better or for worse.

 

Directed by Darrell Hubbard

LESS SAID, THE BETTER

By Jason Milligan

Look around at your fellow audience members. Some of them might even be looking at you. Did they read this too? Or are they just lost in thought? Jason Milligan wrote a series of plays in Here, There, and Everywhere, meant for an audience without tickets; a show for those who are looking for the extra in the ordinary. Imagine if you saw this scene playing out the next time you waited for a train. Imagine if you didn’t. Which story would you want to tell?