Back on stage!
One-Act Play Festival
Postponed last year because of Covid, Theatre Odyssey is pleased to return to the Bradenton Kiwanis Theater in the Manatee Performing Arts Center for the live, in-person performances of its third One-Act Play Festival. Tickets are already on sale for the production, October 14-17.
Me Talking 2 Me by Shoshannah Boray
An inventor contacts her younger self to warn her about what not to do.
That Kiss by DC Cathro
Monica hasn’t seen Kelly since college, so she’s taken aback when Kelly shows up on her doorstep in a wedding dress to profess her love.
Census by Susan Miller
When Jacob, a Census taker, makes a home visit to Gloria and attempts to get answers to standard questions, he discovers that the objective facts he’s seeking are not always so, as Gloria peels the layers and confronts him with a different reality. That she is Black and he is white complicates their encounter in unexpected and mysterious ways.
Window Washer by Marlene Shyer
A retired Junior High principal hires a young man she’s met at a car wash to come to her apartment to wash windows. As he begins the job, he begins to suspect that she has a secret agenda. Why did she choose him instead of one of his co-workers? Why is she planning to give him the wrapped gift she has prepared for him?