Talent Has No Boundaries: An Evening of 5 One-Act Plays
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When wallflower Charlie Baker goes on a getaway to a fishing lodge in Georgia, all he wants is peace and quiet. He can't avoid the other guests, though, so a helpful friend "saves" him by claiming he is a foreigner who cannot speak or understand English. Comedy ensues as everyone unwittingly reveals their secrets and scandals to Charlie, thinking he can't understand. What started as a serene getaway becomes a hive of drama and intrigue in this exceedingly clever and outrageously funny farce. Learn More
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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy unveiled the official theme for October’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month: “Talent Has No Boundaries: Workforce Diversity Includes Workers With Disabilities.” The theme serves to inform the public that workers with disabilities represent a diverse and vibrant talent pool for hire.
- Blind Date by Henry Holden
- Love can conquer all, IF you allow it!
- Plenty Papaya by Dale Griffith Stamos
- So what’s a little adversity when you have a life to live!
- _T__he Hitman_ by Henry Holden
- Seeing things a different way may be a good thing!
- The Rejection by Henry Holden
- Regrets will hurt the ones you love
- Blindman’s Bluff by Steven Korbar
- The internet, the cloak of anonymity and the price one pays!
The festival features the talented Teal Sherer, John Siciliano, and Toby Forrest — very talented local actors who do not let anything get in their way in pursuing their careers — among many others. It also features three one-acts written by Henry Holden, another talented actor/playwright, who has written some poignant and eye-opening plays. Nothing can stop his enthusiasm and drive to succeed and enjoy life! Dale Griffith Stamos and Steven Korbar both round out the other local, talented playwrights who have contributed their work to this wonderful festival.