5th annual 24 HOUR THEATRE FESTIVAL
Admission is by suggested donation of $10.
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The Playwrights’ Lab of the Provincetown Theater invites the community to attend the fifth annual 24 Hour THEATRE FESTIVAL on Saturday, January 31 at 8 pm to be held at the theater, 238 Bradford Street. Seven playwrights, seven directors, twenty-eight actors and tech support will gather on Friday, January 30 to begin the process of producing brand new short plays over the course of twenty-four hours. Playwrights will be given three common props which must be used in their plays, and directors and actors will be drawn at random. Scripts are due at 7 am on Saturday, and rehearsals take place up until curtain at 8 pm. Lively theater is the result! Playwrights are members of the Playwrights’ Lab and this year will include the following: Ellen Anthony, Bob Cohen, Maureen Condon, Steve Desroches, Linda Fitzell, Dian Hamilton, and Jody O’Neil. For more information please contact the co-producers: Paul Pilcher, 508/349-5114, email@example.com or Candace Perry, 508/349-1922, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Men” or “Stalking Random Pastels” by Lee Roscoe is postponed to Wednesday, February 4th. Stay safe and warm!
“The Men” or “Stalking Random Pastels” by Lee Roscoe will lead off the Winter Reading Series Jan. 28 at 7:30 PM.
” “The Men” or “Stalking Random Pastels” is influenced by Ballanchine’s ballets- the abstract symbolism, lyricism and juxatposition with males and females. I see the audience surrounding empty large picture frames through which the action takes place, within a silver and snowy forest. It is a chase, a reversal of the Bacchantes, a dream.” – Lee Roscoe