Spring One Acts Now!
HENRY FORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE THEATRE PRESENTS ITS SPRING ONE-ACT FESTIVAL 2010 FROM JUNE 17 THROUGH 27. JUNE 17-20 FEATURES TWO COMEDIES, A SPOT OF LUNCH BY NEIL GRANT AND PVT. WARS BY JAMES MCLURE. JUNE 24-27 FEATURES THREE DRAMAS: EX-MISS COPPER QUEEN ON A SET OF PILLS BY MEGAN TERRY, THE INFORMER BY BERTOLT BRECHT AND RECKLESSNESS BY EUGENE O’NEILL.
PERFORMANCES ARE THURSDAYS THROUGH SATURDAYS AT 8PM, AND SUNDAYS AT 2PM. PERFORMANCES WILL BE HELD AT THE DEARBORN CENTENNIAL LIBRARY, 16301 MICHIGAN AVE. ALL SEATS ARE $7. CALL 313.845.9817 OR EMAIL email@example.com FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS. SOME ADULT CONTENT, PARENTAL CAUTION ADVISED.
A SPOT OF LUNCH BY NEIL GRANT is a comedy about Harry, an aspiring young lad, who is meeting an up and coming young actress for lunch. Unfortunately, she brings her two friends and he hasn’t the money to pay. Directed by Miekyle Turner.
PVT. WARS BY JAMES MCLURE is a comedy about three Viet Nam vets who are recuperating in the psych ward of a VA hospital, trying to cope with their PTSD, and each other. Directed by Scott Wilding.
EX-MISS COPPER QUEEN ON A SET OF PILLS BY MEGAN TERRY follows three women who live on the streets of New York, and how their isolation drives them to extremes. Directed by Monique Tokar.
THE INFORMER BY BERTOLT BRECHT, is set in a 1930’s Germany home, when the Hitler Youth movement trained young people to report the private conversations of parents, resulting in jail, or worse. Directed by Angie Lai.
RECKLESSNESS BY EUGENE O’NEILL is the story of a trophy wife who takes her husband’s chauffeur as a lover, and her husband’s revenge. Directed by Lila Ghaddar.