Boston Actors Theater's Summer Play Festival 2012
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The last date listed for Summer Play Festival 2012 was Saturday July 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Forever bound by a tragedy that none of them can forget, a group of strangers sits down together for an imagined meal that quickly evolves into a crime scene, a search for answers and, eventually, a requiem in Bully Dance. This drama from playwright David Valdes Greenwood weaves the survivors of a series of tragic shootings together with the raw memories of a troubled young man and his mother. The end result of this ambitious and powerful new play is a truly thought-provoking look at renewal and forgiveness. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Lesley Henderson
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I must say every play was very different, and well written, and thought provoking. Each actor/actress were excellent and it strikes me how much raw talent there is around nowadays, both with actors and playwrights. Well done, would highly recommend the Festival.
Recessed! Or When the Mortgage Goes Upside Down by Ellen Davis Sullivan
Directed by Mary ElizaBeth Peters
With their mortgage upside down, Mom and Dad search for jobs, not easy to do in a world where youth trumps experience. Their daughters cope in their own ways: fifteen-year-old Jenny goes in for world-class pouting, while thirteen-year-old Sam shows surprising survival skills.
DING! by Jan Velco Soolman
Directed by Danielle Leeber Lucas
Imagine if all of your worst dates happened on the same night. Finding Mr. Right goes very wrong in this comedic tale of one women's evening at a speed-dating event.
Just Deserts by R.D. Murphy
Directed by Caroline L. Price
When her pension fund turns into a super-melt, veteran Friendly's manager Winkie Linehart unleashes her hidden talent faster than you can say, "You want jimmies with that?"
Organic Seed by Patrick Gabridge
Directed by Amanda Coffin
Conflict erupts at the farmer's market between a young woman farmer and an older conventional farmer as they battle for customers. Beware the Brandywines!
w4m by MJ Halberstadt
Directed by Jack Crory
A lonely guy falls for an elusive costume designer who spends her time posing as the women being sought by the many Missed Connections ads in their local newspaper. He dives into her world in an attempt to rescue them both from their borderline dangerous hobby.