26 February 2010

Holy-moly! Three of my plays performed the same weekend?

Hi everyone ...

Still busy with the rewrites of my new play The Darkest Room in the House, but I thought you should be aware of this. The ASL-interpreted performance of my three plays (the comedies Jackhammer and Unhappily Ever After are also performed) is on Saturday March 13th only. The ASL-interpreted performance of Mahmoud Hakima's Two Bowls of Cereal and Some Bacon is on Saturday March 20th only.

NOW HEAR THIS! Second Annual One-Act Festival
by Raymond Luczak, Stanley Toledo, Mahmoud Hakima.
Performed by: Bridge Productions.

Location: Lowry Lab Theater, 350 St. Peter Street, St. Paul, Minnesota (inside Lowry Bldg.).

Darkest Room in the House, Jackhammer, Unhappily Ever After by Raymond Luczak:
ASL: Saturday, March 13, 8:00 PM.
Interpreters: Mary Catherine, CI/CT, & Gretchen Toay, NIC; Krystal Riordan & Renee Kerrigan.

Two Bowls of Cereal and Some Bacon by Mahmoud Hakima:
ASL: Saturday, March 20, 8:00 PM.
Interpreter: Heather Ortiz, CI/CT.

Tix: Reduced to $8 for ASL patrons; (regular $10-18). phone: 651-501-9273; email: plays@bridgeproductions.info
Website: www.bridgeproductions.info

Description: Festival featuring five new and developing works by three emerging playwrights. Scripts available upon request prior to performances. Three staged readings of Raymond Luczak's plays: The Darkest Room in the House: An intimate family drama about a long lost father. What is faith's nature and how do we hold on? Adult language and situations. Jackhammer: Two competing office workers blackmail and bribe their way to the top in this David Mamet parody. Unhappily Ever After: A Cinderella spin on gay marriage! A full production of Mahmoud Hakima’s Two Bowls of Cereal and Some Bacon: The product of a fractured and violent household, boy Mahmoud finds innocent joy in the attentions of a lovely, older Mystery Girl in his gifted and talented class. A moving and original one-man show.

There's also a workshop reading of Stanley Toledo’s Better Than a Good Beginning and other works from Disabilityland: A place everyone wants to go. A place where no one wants to go. Visit Disabilityland, the dark side of “the happiest place on earth.”

Run: one to two hours (varies according to show; see website); March 12-21, 2010.

Hope to see y'all there!


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