Friday, August 10, 2012

AN EVENING OF ONE-ACT PLAYS @ B.P.F. & SPOTLIGHTERS THEATRE OPENS THIS WEEKEND

The Baltimore Playwrights Festival presents

THE THINGS WE DO. . .
A
n evening of one acts
Director: Lynn Morton
Stage manager: Thomas Peter

WHEN: August 10-26; Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM; Sundays at 2 PM
WHERE:
Spotlighters Theatre, 817 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: $15; Seniors (60+) / Students / Military $14
(Students - anyone under age 18, or with a college student ID)

Featuring:

  • Protest by Adam Meyer
  • Replay by Mark Scharf
  • A Good Brain is Hard to Find by Rebecca Wyrick

"Love is just a word until someone comes along and gives it meaning."
What would you do for the ones you love? A sharp comedic and dramatic examination of the one thing that keeps us wanting more and pushing us to limits we never knew existed.

In Protest, two people find that spark in an unexpected place. Replay lets us see the moments we regret. A Good Brain Is Hard To Find examines the relationship between monster and creator.

Talk Back with Cast, Director & Playwrights  Sunday, Aug 19, immediately following performance
Ten Spot Thursdays - ALL Tickets $10 - Aug 16 & 23 – 8 PM

Casts
Protest by Adam Meyer
Tyler - C-Mo Molloy
Lizzie - Siobhan Beckett

Replay by Mark Scharf
Josh - C-Mo Molloy
Leann - Rachael Lee Rash
(Amy Patrick 8/11)

A Good Brain is Hard to Find by Rebecca Wyrick
Inspector Ohls - Andrea Bush
Hannah West - Siobhan Beckett
Frederick Waldman - Jared Jiacinto
(Alexander Scally 8/16-8/26)
Henry - C-Mo Molloy
Council - Rachael Lee Rash
(Amy Patrick 8/11)

Production Crew
Director - Lynn Morton
Stage Manager - Thomas Peter
Set - Michelle Datz
Costumes - Samantha Allen
Lights - Chris Allen
Sound - Andrew Porter
Props - Siobhan Beckett, Lynn Morton, Cast and Crew
Special Effects Makeup - Siobhan Beckett