Program C

 

Thursday, September 14 @ 8pm
Saturday, September 16 @ 4pm
Sunday, September 17 @ 2pm
Friday, September 22 @ 8pm
Saturday, September 23 @ 8pm

 

Destiny is a Careless Waiter
by Julie Zaffarano

Broomall, PA
Produced by R-ACT Theatre Productions

Sean invites Emily to dinner to propose marriage. He brings his grandmother’s engagement ring to the restaurant and instructs the server to place the ring in Emily’s dessert. Justin invites Bria to the same restaurant at the same time, planning to break up with her. When the engagement ring intended for Emily ends up in Bria’s dessert, the chaos begins.

Julie Zaffarano is an emerging playwright in the Philadelphia area. Her play, The PlayMakers, was named the Winner in the 2016 What If? Productions Annual Playwrights Festival and is scheduled to be produced in Charleston, June 2017. Other recent readings: A Work in Progress Theatre, Baltimore; “Readings at the Drake” PlayPenn series (Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia); Philadelphia Dramatists Center Playwrights Showcase; Cloverdale Playhouse “Page to Stage Contest. She has also received an Honorable Mention from the Ohio State University New Play Fest, and has been recognized as a Finalist for the Villanova University 2016 Sue Winge Playwriting Competition, 2016 Finalist for the Strange Sun Theatre Greenhouse, and Semi-Finalist for Actors Theatre of Charlotte Nuvoices. Her newest work, Kentucky Lemonade, was selected for a reading as part of the PDC Readings Series. Julie holds two Masters Degrees: MA in Classical Studies and an MS in Organization Science from Villanova University.

 

 

Romeo and Juliet:  Epilogue
by William Sikorski

Birchwood Village, MN
Produced by Actors Civic Theater

The subsequent criminal investigation of the multiple homicide at Juliet’s tomb. Detectives Davis and Stanley interrogate Friar Lawrence at the Verona 41st Precinct Police Station.

William H. Sikorski lives in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, where he works as a laboratory manager for 3M. In his (limited) spare time he writes (very) short plays. He has had several 10-minute, 1-minute and even a 1-second play produced.


The Wrong Brannigan
by Lezlie Revelle

Olathe, KS
Produced by McKeesport Little Theater

Mistaken identity and bad timing wreak havoc on a family full of secrets!

Lezlie Revelle is a playwright, author and singer-songwriter from the Midwest. Lezlie has been writing plays for over a decade and just completed her seventh year as artist-in-residence for the Olathe Northwest High School Repertory Theatre class in Olathe, KS. Lezlie’s plays have been produced and won awards across the United States, including New York, Kansas City, and San Diego.