provoking; she confronts the world
redShow times/ Mainstage:
Thurs June 7 - 7pm
Fri. June 8 - 8 pm
Sat. June 9 - 6 pm
Thurs. June 14 - 7 pm
Sat. June 16 - 8 pm
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Watch 6 ten-minute plays in one show. The redShow includes the following plays (no intermission and quick set changes between plays):
Performance Review by Nedra Roberts (1stPrize Winner)
The Inheritance by Mackenzie Jahnke
Hitch by James McLindon
The Red Light by David L. Williams
Brynlee and the Bull by Sean Nill
Dorothy Parker is in The Bath by Lauren Ishak
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Performance Review by Nedra Pezold Roberts
Charlene’s day starts off with the work evaluation from hell, then gets worse.
Director: Lisa Saban
the inheritance by Mackenzie jahnke
Two sisters set off into the sweltering desert in search of a hidden treasure supposedly bequeathed to them by their recently deceased mother. However, what they find may be more than they bargained for.
Director: Zachary Moull
HITCH by james mclindon
A man is about to kick out a young hitchhiker he has picked up and until a startling truth is revealed.
Director: Armon Ghaeinizadeh
The red light by DAVID L. WILLIAMS
In a country under constant surveillance, Eva and Charly have entered an illegal relationship, and today they must decide whether to escape as planned or give up their dreams forever.
Director: Donovan Jackson
Brynlee and the bull by SEAN PATRICK NIll
Wall Street will never be the same with a new feminine face. Playful.
Director: Bruce Williamson
dorothy parker is in the bath by laurel ollstein
Dorothy Parker contemplates suicide while taking a bath during a party at her own house - When a young man walks in to the bathroom to take a piss - but ends up saving her. Or does he?
Director: Lauren Ishak