PURCHASE TICKETS FOR ACTING UP!
The Orange Players presents "Acting Up! 2018", an evening of unpublished, original one act plays.
Join us for an evening of laugher, tears and thought provoking stage work as you watch 10, ten minute original one act plays brought to life on our stage.
Tickets may be purchased online by clicking here or reservations can be made by calling the Orange Players Box Office at (475) 227-7547.
Seating will be cabaret style. Audience members are encouraged to BYO light adult beverages and food.
“Acting Up” is an opportunity for playwrights to receive feedback and encouragement from audience members on unpublished works. It also welcomes novice and experienced directors and actors to grow and challenge their skills in a supportive, learning environment.
Adult Language and Content. Brief Violence.
THE PLAYWRIGHTS AND PLAYS
Scott Stephen Kegler, “An Unbearable Play”; Susan Goodell, “For A Moment, Rehatched”; David Ortoleva, “Unity Over Dissent (Identity Politics)”; Elaine Brousseau, “The Gift”; Keith Whalen, “Youth For Dark”; Elaine Alexander, “Face Time”; Jayne Hannah, “Why My Father Talks With God”; Mike Messier, “Who’s Your Daddy?”; Steven Bruce Myerson, “It’s A Good Thing”; Martha Douglas-Osmundson, “Personal Effects”
Sharon Murphy Boski, Jeanette Harris, Noah Golden, Sara Messore, Maggi Heilweil, Keith Fiermonte, Fior Rodriguez, Amy Simard-Bukowski, Kelley Knight, Jacqueline Koral
Nazzarene Belbusti, Patricia Eilish Bell, Jeff Bukowski, Blair Cavanagh, Melissa Chambers, Charles Criscuolo, Ryan Devaney, Keith Fiermonte, Nicholas T. Gachi, Colette Jolie Gardner, Ian Q. Grant, Tom Homa, Brenda Jacobson, Stephanie Larson, Colleen Leary, Vicki Lewis, John Mehm, Tom Ndiaye, Victoria Taiwo, Hugh Tucker, Tedra Schneider, Peter Walsh
THE PRODUCTION TEAM
Co-Producers: Cyndi Consoli and Pat Miller
Stage Manager: Liz Scott
ABOUT ACTING UP!
Acting Up! is an evening of 10 minute unpublished one acts by local and out-of-state playwrights. It is an opportunity for our playwrights to see the final product of their work produced on stage. It is also an opportunity for new directors to take risks in a safe environment while offering experienced directors an opportunity to try their hands at genres they may not normally come across in standard community theatre productions. This is our third year doing this type of production, and we have had huge success!
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JOIN US AT OUR NEXT GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Thursday, October 11 at 7:30 PM
High Plains Community Center (in the cafeteria)
525 Orange Center Road
Orange, CT 06477
We welcome guest speaker Jordan Werme, founder of "Table to Stage" podcasts.
A veteran of community theater, Jordan will be speaking on his newest venture,
his podcast series which he developed to interview and showcase theater, arts,
and culture throughout the state of CT - including a recent interview with the Orange Players!
Light refreshments will be provided.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
We hope to see you there!