You, your friends, and your families have the ability for $5 to send well-wisher messages to cast and crew members of the One Act Plays. These one-line messages will be listed on the last several pages of the printed program that is passed out to everyone the night of the shows. You may enter up to 5 messages per form. If you want to submit another form, just send in another $5 for each form you submit.
Forms must be completed by Friday, October 7.
Payment (cash or check) must be submitted by Tuesday, October 11 (at the Drama Club meeting). Please make sure that the envelope has the name of the person who filled out the form on it so that we can match the payment with the forms when organizing things for the formatting of the program. Your messages will not be included in the program if payment is not submitted. Thanks!
by Jonathan Rand
Dating can be hard, especially when your date happens to be a raging kleptomaniac or your
grandmother’s bridge partner, or a mime. Check Please follows a series of blind dinner dates that
couldn’t get any worse – until they do. Could there possibly be a light at the end of the tunnel?
by Brian Hampton
This simple to stage one act by award-winning playwright Brian Hampton packs a powerful punch as
it brings Gossip to life and gives its infectious spread a visible presence onstage. A group of high
school theatre students befriends a charming, yet sinister new student named Gossip. She
immediately makes herself right at home as she secretly manipulates and twists the truth to get
what she wants. But as her new friends begin to figure it all out, they turn on her as ruthlessly as
she went after them, leading to a surprisingly twisted ending.
by Tracy Wells
A couple of oddly intrusive passengers. A perplexing older couple. New parents. A loud family with a
bratty kid. This is the company Dana keeps while she waits in a crowded airport for her next flight to
… well … to wherever she’s going. But not all is as it seems while Dana, a self-proclaimed “bad girl,”
tries to pass the time during this never-ending layover. At the end, it is revealed that Dana died on
her previous flight and the terminal represents her journey to cross over.