The one-act play is to the full-length as the short story is to the novel- the etude to the symphony...It’s a jab as opposed to a knockout punch - a sprint compared to a marathon.
Frank Gilroy, playwright
Consider MOTHERS for this Mother's Day. It features two plays: Cusi Cram's West of Stupid and Sheri Wilner's Relative Strangers. Cusi's plays feature's Tony Award winner J. Smith-Cameron and Alfredo Narciso in a play about an adult son and his mother on vacation in Rome. Sheri's short comedy features Tony Award winner Debra Monk, Merritt Wever whom you might know from TV's "Nurse Jackie" and the very funny lady, Julie Halston.
Coming soon will be three new plays that suit Gay Pride month: There You Are by Lesley Ayvazian featuring Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis and Maria Tucci; Small Things by Cary Pepper feauturing Bobby Steggert and Jack Wetherall ("Queer As Folk") and Marco Pennette's If We're Using a Surrogate, How Come I'm the One with Morning Sickness? featuring Oscar winner James Lecesne.
Catch a sneak preview of Naveen Bahar Choudhury's ten minute play, SKIN. Romance sparks at the college health clinic when an undergraduate uses Thoreau, Bengali song, and the bubble wrap game to win over another student.
Nitya Vidyasagar Vandit Bhatt