One Act Play Festival
Playwrights: Cusi Cram, Laura Shaine Cunnigham, Donna deMatteo, Catherine Filloux, Alexandra Gersten, Adam Kraar, Quincy Long, Julie McKee, Jocelyn Meinhardt, Edward Napier, Lisa-Maria Radano, Theresa Rebeck, Daniel Reitz, Susan Sandler, Joe Sutton, David Wiener, Tug Yourgrau
Directors: Amy Wright, Will Frears, Susan Einhorn, Christopher McCann, Nina Steiger, Nela Wagman, Jules Ochoa, Kent Paul, Christian Parker, Susan Einhorn, Linsay Firman, Julie Boyd, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Amy Saltz, Linsay Firman, Susan Einhorn
Cast: Jen Albano, Brad Bellamy, Kenjuan Bentley, Larry Block, Brie Bryant, Marylouise Burke, Johann Carlo, Molly Carden, Anna Cody, Alex Cooper, John Daggett, Matthew Dawson, Stephan DeRosa, Doc Dougherty, John FitzGibbon, Lanny Flaherty, Fiona Gallagher, Kate Gersten, Maribel Gonzalez, Kathryn Grody, Sean Gullette, Edward A. Hajj, Katherine Hiler, Annabel LaLonde, Aarah Lord, Laura Marks, Bruce McCarty, Alexandra Napier, Rebeca Nelson, Matte Osian, Walter Pagan, Susan Pellegrino, Keith Powell, Dana Reeve, Dave Rosenberg, Caesar Samayoa, Stephen Singer, Michael Smith, Nick Toren, Marisa Vural
Scene: Michael Schweikardt Lighting: Chris Dallos Sound: Sten Severson Costume “Evening A”: Mary Margaret O’Neill Costume “Evening B”: Amela Baksic Production Manager: David Apichell Production Stage Manager “Evening A”: Sarah Keener Production Manager “Evening B”: Conor J. Loughran Director of the Playwrights Union: Pamela Berlin
The Subway Plays were performed June 10th – 29th
The D Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore by Laura Shaine Cunningham – On a night train two men, Tom and Stanley greet two women who have just arrived in New York.
A Moment Defined by Cusi Cram: A woman and her boyfriend on a train to Brooklyn argue over their feelings toward each other.
Gerald And Josie…A Love Story by Donna de Matteo: On a subway platform Gerald and Josie, a husband and wife fight against a robber.
THE G Word by Catherine Filloux: In a subway car a U.N General and Lemkin, a younger woman make a surprising connection.
Actresshead by Alexandra Gersten: Dolly, a 20 year old women and Hari, a middle aged man on a train talk about her acting career.
Brecht And The West Coast Offense by Quincy Long: Two train workers and a woman waiting have an insightful conversation.
Colorful Past by Jocelyn Meinhardt: Natasha and Jake, two college students waiting on a trail platform talk about their childhoods.
Red Signal by Lisa Maria Radano: A mother, her young daughter, and a stranger get stuck in a train tunnel after a technical malfunction.
You Belong To Me by Daniel Reitz: Susan and Robby, two former lovers reconcile after they run into each other on a train.
The French by Joe Sutton: A french couple and an American man, Horace bond on a stalled train car.
No Exit by Theresa Rebeck: Three women, Julia, Stephanie, and Holly have several feuds as they’re in a stopped train on their way to a baby shower.