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Student Directed One Acts
Five one act plays directed by students. All plays are performed each evening of the show. It’s a blend of the comic and the serious, always an evening of amazing creativity and talent!
Business Lunch at the Russian Tea Room
by Christopher Durang, directed by Elizabeth Reynolds
A struggling playwright learns bizarre new ideas from a top Hollywood producer.
by Rupert Brooke, directed by Oz Amram
A poor farming family is visited by a mysterious rich stranger passing through the woods.
by David Ives, directed by Elana Loeb
The story of a passionate love triangle between a man, his girlfriend, and his washing machine.
by David Ives, directed by Eve Kelly
This adorable and quirky One Act is not all gibberish – it is about the power of language and how it alone can keep you from ever being “lornly”.
by Holworthy Hall and Robert Middlemass, directed by Jeremy Neff.
Is James Dyke his real name? Does he have a family? He may be a murderer, but then why does the Warden feel that when he sends Dyke to the execution room, he will be doing something every bit as criminal as what James Dyke did?