IT is privileged and proud to produce as our The Play’s the Thing new play series — four evenings of 10-minute and short plays. Please see below the plays themselves and their playwrights, as well as the dates.
Joy Pace, Artistic Director and Director of the 29 readings, divided the evenings into special themes.
SATURDAY MAY 26 (Celebrations & Solidarity: Making a Difference)
THE BIRTHDAY BOY A ten-minute seriocomedy by Roy Proctor
FALL& RISE A New Play by Joe Gulla
NOT THIS WHITE WOMAN by Adrienne Dawes
ZOMBIE RAINBOW UNICORN POO PILLOW EMOJI PARTY A ten-minute play By Jeanette D. Farr
Gel Us By Paige Zubel
The Exercise A ten minute play By Grace Epstein
CATCHING THE BUS by Carl L. Williams
PAY IT BACKWARD By Donna Hoke
SUNDAY MAY 27 (Optics & Opportunities: Making a Difference)
In Full Bloom By Paige Zubel
A MURMUR OF DUST by John Stell
LOVELY YOUNG CHILDREN A short play by John J. Kelly
PERFORMANCE REVIEW A ten-minute play by Nedra Pezold Roberts
WHILE THE AUTO WAITS by ROY PROCTOR based on the short story of the same title by O. HENRY
O Holy Night On Black Diamond Trestle By Donna Stuccio
One Bright Morning A Ten Minute Play By Ronaldo McDoyle
SATURDAY JUNE 2 (Perspective & Power: Making a Difference)
The April Meeting of the Friends of the Gibsonton Regional Library by Dean Farell Bruggeman
KINGS OF THE WORLD by Kate Danley
GOD FOR A DAY a one-‐act play by Katherine Dubois
The Star Covered Beach A Five Minute Play By Ronaldo McDoyle
The Existential Crisis in Car 54 By Donna Stuccio
Picture Window by Carolyn Woosley
Sunday June 3 (Strangers & Selflessness: Making a difference)
CAPTURED MOMENT by Judd Lear Silverman
ASHES by John Meiners, Jr.
FORYOUR EXAMINATION: Testimonials from the Homeless By David Blakely & Anna Hudson
NOT MY RIDE A 10-minute play by Steffi Rubin
DESTINY By Michael Edan
SURVIVAL STRATEGY By Donna Hoke
Never Too Late by John Meiners, Jr.
SOUP KITCHEN SUNDAY by Melinda Gros
See you at the shows, 7:00pm on the Saturday nights and 2:00pm for the Sunday performances, all in the IT Studio, #339, Central School A&H Bldg., Lake Charles. Tickets are $10/$8 seniors 65+/$5 students.