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Twenty-four plays, seventeen playwrights, and six nights in June

Program One: Friday June 19 and Saturday June 27 at 8pm
 
BREAK A LEG by Gary Seger; directed by Sally Stockton
A TRIANGULAR EFFECT by Jeanne Becijos; directed by Brendon Slater
BARBED WIRE MINUTE by Krista Knight; directed by Sara Angell-Isom
SORE TO THE TOUCH by Michael Thomas Tower; directed by Josh Hyatt
INTERMISSION
A BRAND NEW IMAGE by Jack Dyville; directed by John H. Cochran
TWISTING THE CAT by Alan Kilpatrick; directed by Carla Nell
LOVE UNREQUITED: MORNING (AMERICAN MASTERS) by Kevin Six; directed by Catherine Miller
LOVELY by Craig Abernethy; directed by Miriam Cuperman
 
Program One has closed.
Read Robert Hitchcox's review
 
 

Program Two: Saturday, June 20 at 8pm and Sunday, June 28 at 7pm
 
SWELL by Craig Abernethy; directed by Mark Stephan
AMUSE BOUCHE by Michael Clark; directed by Christopher Burger
HIS LAST FIGHT by Jacqueline Goldfinger; directed by Brendon Slater
FEEDING TIME AT THE HUMAN HOUSE by David Wiener; directed by Jonathan Sturch
INTERMISSION
THE AVERAGE JOE by Jack Dyville; directed by David Sein
LOVE UNREQUITED: AFTERNOON (ASIAN GALLERY) by Kevin Six; directed by Jay Mower
TEED OFF by Kathleen McLaughlin; directed by Dennis Hollenbeck
CELL SHOCK by Steve Koppman; directed by Jennifer Tyrer
 
Program Two has closed.
Read visiting critic Trudy S. Gordon's review.
 
BEST OF FEST winner FEEDING TIME AT THE HUMAN HOUSE had an encore performance September 19, 2009 at the Swedenborg Hall Arts Festival.
 

Program Three: Sunday, June 21 at 7pm and Friday, June 26 at 8pm
 
DON'T PLAY GAMES WITH ME by Matt Thompson; directed by Hannah Ryan
THE EARNEST IMPORTANCE OF BEING by Gary Seger; directed by Josh Hyatt
TEACHER TEACHER by Paola Hornbuckle; directed by David Paye
THE FLING THING by Peter Mitsopoulos; directed by Miriam Cuperman
INTERMISSION
CUE TO EXIT by Michael Thomas Tower; directed by Michael Thomas Tower
LOVE UNREQUITED: EVENING (EUROPEAN GALLERY) by Kevin Six; directed by Christopher Renda
FINE CAN BE FINE by Lizzie Silverman; directed by Kevin Six
HE'S NOT HIM by Craig Abernethy; directed by Walter Cameron
 
Program Three has closed.
Read reviews by Robert Hitchcox, Pat Launer, and Charlene Baldridge

SEE last year's Program on our old website

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