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John Chatterton Presents
Where Eagles Dare One-page Play Festival
Saturday, March 21, 2009 through Sunday, March 22, 2009

Zero to Sixty in One Page

Length: 1 hr 30 mins
Intermission: Yes
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.

Good things come in small packages. Approximately 40 playwrights squeeze them into VERY small packages.

Saturday, March 21, 8 pm:
Adam Samtur, "Free For All": When two shoppers arrive at the last "Tickle Me Elmo" in the store, nobody wins. Except Capitalism. Directed by Adam Samtur; with Matthew Cohn, Jacey Heldrich, and Caroline Patterson.
Don Carter, "Audience": Oh my God! Can anything REALLY HAPPEN in this little time?
Duncan Pflaster, "Men in Towels": Three men in a steam room debate its merits. Directed by Duncan Pflaster; with Paul Bellantoni, J. Stephen Brantley, and Doug Rossi.
Duncan Pflaster, "Say Something Shocking: The Spit-Take Play": Directed by Duncan Pflaster; with Paul Bellantoni and Kelly Nichols.
Gabrielle Fox, "Seat Taken": A man's quest for quiet in a New York City Starbucks. Directed by Gabrielle Fox; with Margie Ferris and Sean Hopkins.
Geoffrey Scheer, "The Ritual": A quick glance into the lives of those who dare to work in one of the theater world's most perilous occupations. Directed by Geoffrey Scheer; with Brooke Wilson and Peter Macklin.
Jan Fingland, "Opposite Ends": Just a woman's observation on the subway. Directed by Jan Fingland; with Mary Wilson.
John Schoneboom, "The Beginning, Middle, and End of Rico": The complete rise and fall of a Depression-era gangster. Directed by John Schoneboom; with Paul Mazza and John Schoneboom.
Lyn Coffin, "The Tomcat": “Crime and Punishment” meets “Cats.” Directed by Mike Smith Rivera. With Kelly Anne Burns, Lyn Coffin, and Mike Smith Rivera.
Lyn Coffin, "The Museum of the Future": The far-sighted swim in irony-infested waters. Directed by Bruce Colbert; with Bruce Colbert and Guito Wingfield.
Molly Thomas, "Enter Lola": Existential crises beware! Directed by Kel Haney; with Erin Roberts.
Molly Thomas, "Flood": One woman, one raft, no water.... Directed by Tlaloc Rivas; with Molly Thomas.
Tim Browne, "The Decimator": A coming out story like no other. Directed by Timothy Charles Browne; with Will Montolio and Eric C. Webb.

Sunday, March 22, 7 pm:
Ashley Audette, "Pretty Yellow Dresses": Sunshine doesn't always shine in rays of gold. Directed by Ashley Audette; with Jacqueline Clydesdale, Marissa Rosano and James Rosano.
David Dudley, "Culebra": Find out what happens when a convict who's killed one of his own gets thrown to the snakes. Directed by Cedric Hill.
David Ian Lee, "Grace": No prayer goes unanswered. Directed by David Ian Lee; with James Edward Becton, Jason Green, Micah Chartrand, and Angela Funk.
David Ian Lee, "Sweet Surrender": Restraint, meet Desire.... Directed by David Ian Lee; with Micah Chartrand and Angela Funk.
Erica Livingston, "Was, Should Be, and Is: A Progression for Love": In honor of the love of a parent.... Directed by Erica Livingston. With Erica Livingston.
Jake Lipman, "Arrivals": Two old friends. An ex. A bottle of wine. What could possibly go wrong? Directed by Merete Muenter; with Jake Lipman, Bronwen Prosser, and Brian W. Seibert.
Janis Butler Holm, "Abduction, Again": A woman reflects on getting carried away. Directed by Stephen Wisker; with Jessica Charys Tanner.
Janis Butler Holm, "If Paris Hilton Wrote Poetry": A celebutante turns bardic. Directed by Stephen Wisker; with Lindsay Tanner.
Lisa Bernier, "Pancakes": Two men, one skill, one food. Directed by Arnold Rodriguez; with Jamie Maloney, Alex Decaneas, Arnold Rodriguez, and Anne Carlton.
Lyn Coffin, "The Box": Liebestraum by the Waters of Babylon. Directed by Bruce Colbert; with Maite Bonilla.
Lyn Coffin, "The Seabird": Avian Satori. Directed by Lyn Coffin; with Mike Smith Rivera &Kelly Anne Barnes.
Matheus Andrade, "Why Stress?"
Michael L. Cooper, "The Great Space Mountain": Claustrophobia. Stuck Elevator. Happiest Place On Earth. Directed by Rachel Klein; with Cavan Hallman. With Jillaine Gill as the Voice of "Doug"; sound design by Sean Gill.
Mike Schwartz, "The Man Who Didn't Want to Be There": Have you ever wanted to get away from it all? Kathleen Kerns & Michael Schwartz
Scott Barnhardt, "Architect Guy": Two gays, two coffees and a tale of dating "Mr. Right." Directed by Amy Fitts.
Simcha Borenstein, "Ooops!": The worst fears of our judicial system. Directed by Simcha Borenstein; with Carlo Fiorletta and Simcha Borenstein.
Spencer R. Soloway, "Bad Date": In a world not unlike our own, a blind date goes horribly awry. Directed by Nathaniel Root; with Mark Spatt.
Steve Capra, "An Address at the Cairo Museum": The Boy King. Directed by Steve Capra; with Candice Fortin.
Terra Vetter, "To Have Not to Hold": What happens when it's more than just "cold feet"? Directed by Molly Marinik; with Julie Feltman and Brad Engle
Tracy Shar and Haynes Thigpen, "690 AM": A radio station takes a toll on an otherwise happy couple. Directed by Daniel Talbott; with Tracy Shar and Haynes Thigpen.
 


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