April 7-30, 2017
Towne Street Theatre Presents
9th Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival
The theme is, “It’s 1:24 a.m. Anything can happen.”
Friday and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 4pm
There will be one Friday Preview.
Samantha Clay, Whitney Blake Dean, Kristel Elling, Daniel Floren, Tiffany Green, Tiffany Heard, Starina Johnson, Mark V. Jones, David Meyers, Mack Miles, Peter Pasco, Shannon Pedroza, Sarah Preston, Nancy Renee, Alecia Winter Scott, Kaelson Sevigny, Ian Stanley, Jenn Swirtz, Teresa Taylor, Veronica Thompson, Joahn Webb and Charlotte Evelyn Williams
Nancy Cheryll Davis, Nancy Renee, Mark V. Jones, Raf Mauro, Veronica Thompson and Starina Johnson
Nancy Cheryll Davis, Nancy Renee, Nathaniel Bellamy, Mark V. Jones, Veronica Thompson, Jackie Marriott and Jael Saran.
Paper Planes (Michael Pisaturo) Chandler is perched on the edge of a skyscraper, looking up at the New York City skyline. Stella, who is convinced she can stop him from jumping, strikes up a conversation, soon discovering that the two have more in common than she had thought possible.
The Unders (Kay Phillips) An underwear drawer on Saturday night. A bra and panties try to guess who will be chosen for the night out.
Killing Bambi (Lori Siekmann) Beth and Tom bicker as they drive home from a friend’s party out in the middle of nowhere on unfamiliar country roads. Oh, and Tom’s in an upper body cast. What could go wrong?
What Do I Say? (Sonia Jackson) A mature woman returns to the dating world and wonders how to tell possible lovers about the change in her body.
A Perfect Match (Starina Johnson) Sisters collide over bone marrow and responsibility.
1:24 a.m. (Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich) What goes bump in the night? Mothers in the middle of the night worrying about global warming, Internet Predators, and a child’s fear of bowling parties.
Broken Glass & Thigh High Boots (Kenneth Cosby) Nina and Trace decided to spice up their relationship by trying something new but will this step into uncharted territory bring them closer or break them apart for good.
You’re Funny (Bob Rodriguez) After their youngest daughter’s farewell party the long dormant ghosts of frustrated dreams and interrupted opportunities rise to the surface, forcing Joahn and Bob to face the challenging realities of life ahead—just the two of them.
Egg Timer (Cristina Luzárraga) While looking at baby pictures on Facebook, a woman is haunted by her eggs which want her to procreate pronto.