Rosendale Theatre will host short play festival this weekend
The Rosendale Theatre will host a short play festival with performances at 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
The festival will include 10 original plays written by Ulster County playwrights. Selections were culled from 25 submissions. All of the directors are also local.
The works to be staged are Jacqueline Ahl’s “Go On,” Catherine M. Brown’s ‘Weekender”; Laurence Carr’s “ Ophelia Cordella,” Richard Carrazzini’s “The Ten Minute Date,” Robert Clem’s “Uncle Tony,” Laura Shaine Cunningham’s “Flop Cop,” David Little’s “Let’s Just Sit Down!” Janet Neipris’s “Protest,” D. Tucker Smith’s “Lady in the Movie” andand Edward Versailles’s “Signey’s Choice.”
The plays will be directed by Theatre Collective members Susan Einhorn, Ann Citron and Trish Hawkins.
Cast members include several veteran professionals of stage, screen and television: Simone Bart, Claudia Brown, Ann Citron, Sophia Raab Downs, Jason Downs, Trish Hawkins, David Little, Doug Motel, Dana Patton, Rachel Ritacco, Eugene Ruoff, Lori Wilner and Carrie Wykoff.
Proceeds from the festival will benefit the theater.
Admission is $15. For information, call (845) 658-8989.
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