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Two Evenings of One-Act Plays

April 29, 2016, 7:30 PM

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Tickets:  $10 per person (General Admission)
Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash or check) and may be reserved by emailing reservations@acattheatre.orgReservations will be held until 10 minutes before showtime. For more information, call (207) 623-9387.

Airport Hell by Robert Brustein (Comedy)
Directed by Heidi Holst
Eurydice – Wendi Richards
Airport Attendant – Sarah Johnson
Think of your worst airport experience.  Then multiply it by 100 and add a few circles of Hell.  Eurydice might want to think twice about flying the friendly skies…

One Tennis Shoe by Shel Silverstein (Comedy)
Directed by Stephanie Irwin
Sylvia – Michelle Sweet
Harvey – Randolph M. Jones
Waiter – Andrew Smith
Harvey needs to broach a delicate subject with his wife Sylvia—he worries that she’s becoming a bag lady.  Technically, her Bloomingdale’s shopping bag doesn’t make her a bag lady, but the contents sure do make him wonder.

Winter Flowers by Lily Rusek (Drama)
Directed by Joe Klapatch
Delphie Jardinier – Marie Cormier
Rosie Jardinier – Jeralyn K. Shattuck
Elderly spinster sisters Delphie and Rosie, are all packed to leave the only home they have ever known and move into a nursing home.  However, there is a dilemma. Delphie is dying of stomach cancer.  And Rosie, due to birth complications, has the mental capacity of a seven-year-old child.  She doesn’t understand why they have to move and stubbornly refuses to do so.  Delphie, having taken care of Rosie for most of her life, must come up with a new plan.

Caught in the Act by Bruce Kane (Comedy)
Directed by Stephanie Irwin
Annie – Kelly Sandman
Don – Andrew Smith
Annie and Don are two characters stuck in a one-act play, trying to keep their identities and stories straight as the playwright revises, and revises again.

She’s Fabulous by Jack Neary (Comedy)
Directed by Doree Austin
Bethel – Ashley St. Pierre
Clarice – Juli Brooks
Two actresses attend the performance of Death of a Salesman, starring their friend and rival, Linda.  Will they be able to sit still, or will the claws come out?


April 29, 2016
7:30 PM


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