2nd Annual Short Play Festival at the CENTER

CENTERstage Productions presents

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May 6-8, 2016

CENTERstage Productions is hosting Warrior Productions (warriorproductions.biz) and the 2nd Annual Short Play Festival, running May 6-8, 2016 with 8 exciting original plays by local writers.

This year marks the 2nd Annual Short Play Festival at The CENTER, a program that premiered in 2015 featuring the original works of 16 Hudson Valley writers.  Now in its second year, the Short Play Festival continues to offer an affordable opportunity for the community to be part of the exciting growth of the local arts movement.

This year’s selection features the following 8 plays focusing on contemporary human and social issues. Please visit our website, www.centerforperformingarts.org, for synopsis of shows.

FRIDAY MAY 6th at 8pm & SATURDAY MAY 7th at 3pm

SKIRT JOB by Fernando Valdivia
Directed by Wally Carbone

THE BIG REVEAL by Richard Landers
Directed by Dennis Skiba

THE TRUTH ABOUT LANDING
by Elaine Fernandez
Directed by Lou Trapani

CATERPILLARS THAT TURN INTO BIRDS
by Samantha Enright
Directed by Tracy Carney

SATURDAY MAY 7 at 8pm & SUNDAY MAY 8 at 3pm

A CHANGE IN CLIMATE by Nadeen Currie
Directed by Johnny Dell

THE WAVE by Richard Gotti
Directed by Andy Weintraub

ALL IN A DAY’S WORK by Marianna Boncek
Directed by Patrick McGriff

VOICES by Marcia Slatkin
Directed by Rebecca Singer

For more information about the 2nd Annual Short Play Festival please call The CENTER at 845-876-3080 or email: warrior.productions.biz@gmail.com.

Performances for The 2nd Annual Short Play Festival are 8pm Fri & Sat and 3pm Sat & Sun.  Tickets for shows are $10.  For the full play festival schedule and to purchase tickets, visit www.centerforperformingarts.org or call the box office at (845) 876-3080.  Box office hours are 12 pm – 5 pm Tuesdays through Fridays and 1pm – 5pm on Saturdays.

The CENTER, a non-profit arts and education organization, is located at 661 Route 308, three miles east of the village center in Rhinebeck.