One Act Festival / The Original

TRADITION 
by James Bane
Directed by Tess Vidal
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A PERFECT WORLD 
by Lynde Houck
Directed by Danielle Powell
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CLEAN SLATE 
by Bob Turton
Directed by Zoe Hall
TRADITION 
What does it mean to be a man? Tradition is the journey of James Edward Bane III as he seeks to answer this question. From enlisting in the Marines, to his time during the war in Iraq and his re-entry to civilian life, we follow James as he encounters his doubts, fears and family secrets. Will he follow in the footsteps of his father, his grandfather, or his friends? Can he become his own man, more than just the tradition that has propelled him?

A PERFECT WORLD 
A couple retreats to a fictional world occupied by games of their own imagination. We see them at various ages and stages of their journey, and as the fantasy world becomes a routine, the two struggle to break free and accept the perfect world of their life.

CLEAN SLATE 
A woman wakes up to a solitary existence offering her the promise of absolute freedom of choice. However, her chosen absolute freedom turns out to be more restrictive than her previous everyday life. Will she embrace minimalistic bliss? Or protest against a personal hell of repetition?

March 16th – April 20th 

CAST of TRADITION
Andrea Monte Waren – Grandad
Quonta Beasley – Brad
Guebri VanOver – James
Kaili Hollister – Daddio
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CAST of A PERFECT WORLD 
Lee Margaret Hanson – Lisa
Jeremie Loncka – Jim
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CAST of CLEAN SLATE 
Mary Eileen O’Donnell – Miriam
Tom Szymanski – Dr. Richardson
Runtime – 2 hours 20 minutes, with a 10-minute intermission

Pay-What-You-Can

To make our work accesible to everyone in the community, every Thursday night is Pay-What-You-Can night. Just show up before 7:30 to get on the list.