Reality Check Explores Truth Through 4 Short Plays
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A "Moment" in Life -- An Evening of One-Acts features six stories of split decisions that changed someone's life forever. Ranging from hilarity to tragedy, J.E.T. Studios' production of these tender tales of twists of fate include Carrie Goldstein's darkly comic Last Exit Before Toll, wherein a driver with no change leaves her baby at a tollbooth as collateral; and Sandra J. Albert's How Many to Tango, in which a couple who have only flirted by phone finally meet in person. On the other end of the emotional spectrum, Frederick Stroppel's A Chance Meeting wonders if having an affair is worth it to spice up one's marriage, and Victoria Norman's The Pledge offers a heart-wrenching examination of a broken pledge and its consequences. For Anne examines a moment that shows a lifetime of love, and Visiting Oliver takes a deeper look at the split-second decision to give up a baby. Learn More
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One acts must grab you in the first minute. The first 2 fell way short. The 3rd was very timely and well written and perfectly acted. The 4th was so funny I may have missed a line or two--it worked! I would like to see more & will keep my eyes...continued
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