The Actor’s Nightmare
is a short comic play by Christopher Durang. It involves an accountant named George Spelvin, who is mistaken for an actor’s understudy and forced to perform in a play for which he doesn’t know any of the lines.
by Christopher Durang
with permission of Dramatists Play Service, Inc. New York, N.Y
Directed by Bev Steeves
tells the story of two women drawn to Elvis’ mansion “Graceland” three days before it opens to the public… Strangers to start, friends in the end, Bev and Rootie find common ground in spite of their age differences and upbringing. Lots of laughs and maybe even a tear punctuate this short play. If you like Elvis, this is a must see.
by Ellen Byron
with permission of Dramatists Play Service, Inc. New York, N.Y.
Directed by Janet Walmsley
Why Do We Laugh?
is a play in which all eight characters – two people at four different times in their lives – are on stage at the same time, taking us on a brief walk through time and our memories. The play is about love (and hate) and the way people change each other.
by Stephen Gregg
special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois
Directed by Debra Bob