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Annual Student Directed One Act Festival


 Student Directed Festival of short plays

Friday, May 11 at 7pm
Saturday, May 12 at 4pm and 7pm
BHS Little Theater

Join us for our annual Student Directed Festival of short plays. Featuring 10-minute plays directed by PAC Members, the One Acts are a mix of comedy, drama and everything in between. 

TICKET INFO:
ADULTS $12 / STUDENTS $5

WHERE TO GET TICKETS:
Tickets are now on sale online and will be available soon at Champions Sporting Goods in Belmont Center.
Students tickets will be on sale outside the BHS Cafeteria and in the Library during select mods the week of the show.

The Plays

WORDS, WORDS, WORDS By David Ives
Directed by Dillon Sheehan & Wonyoung Jang
Three chimpanzees in a cage are forced to live out the philosophical theory that given an infinite amount of time at a typewriter, a monkey would eventually produce Hamlet.

UNSINKABLE By Michael McKeever
Directed by Anelise Allen & Olivia Pierce
Harland and Claire Wynder-Doyle are enjoying their vacationing on the Titanic when they are rudely interrupted by their nanny with some unfortunate news.

TRUDY, CAROLYN, MARTHA AND REGINA TRAVEL TO OUTER SPACE AND HAVE A PRETTY TERRIBLE TIME THERE By James Kennedy
Directed by Amelia Ickes & Miriam Cubstead
Four women travel on a mission to space, and realize their mission isn’t exactly what they thought.

FUNERAL PARLOR By Christopher Durang
Directed by Becca Schwartz and Evan Wagner
A widow receives an unfamiliar and eccentric guest at her husband’s funeral. Antics ensue.

BOWL OF SOUP By Eric Lane
Directed by Nick Borelli and Raffi Manjikian
Eddie attempts to cheer up his brother by preparing him a delectable bowl of soup.

DOG LOVERS By S.W. Senek
Directed by Ben Crocker
Two proud dog owners face the struggles of the dating world when their beloved pets take the forefront in their budding relationship. 

ALL THE RAGE By Joshua James
Directed By Shira Vilvovsky
What starts off as a generic, cliche flirtation at a bar, descends into something that neither Marcus or Lisa prepared for. 

​LOVE AND LIGHT By Jerome Parisse
Directed By James Boyle and Sebastian Newell
Tania enlists a psychic to help her find the missing money her deceased husband left behind, but finds that she's not the only one looking for answers.

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