The Double (XX) Fest: Plays Written and Directed by Women at Stone Soup Theatre
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More than any other show, Peter Pan is one musical that's truly "highflying." Like its titular hero, Pan never gets old: In the century since J.M. Barrie dreamed up Peter and his fairy sidekick, Tinker Bell, his story has only increased its magical ability to astonish generations of children. Join the Darling kids as they fly off with Peter to Neverland. There, alongside the Lost Boys, they will encounter numerous adventures, including a battle against the dreaded Captain Hook and his pirate crew. Lyric Light Opera presents a new production of this Tony-winning Broadway adaptation, complete with pixie dust. Learn More
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Twelve short plays in THREE HOURS, ranging from "cleverly crafted" to "what were they thinking." Some excellent performances by very talent actors, especially Kiki Abba, McKenna Turner, and Daniel Reaume. More about style than substance.
*Week One, April 7-10, 2011: Shorties 15 minutes and under
*_Vera’s Red Hat_ by Lyn Coffin, directed by Miryam Gordon
The Usual by Babs Lindsay, directed by Judy Jacobs
Natural Selection by Cheryl Slean, directed by Z. Sharon Glantz
The Synopsis by Diane Sampson, directed by Samantha Sherman
How You Play the Game by Diane Sampson, directed by Lenore Bensinger
Porn for Women by Kristen M. Scatton, directed by Kristina Hauptfeuhrer
Strike by Aoise Stratford, directed by Katherine Karaus
woman:revised by Trish Cole, directed by Margie Slovan
Jinxed by K. Alexa Mavromatis, directed by Katherine Karaus
Bastard by K. Alexa Mavromatis, directed by Norene Sterling
Eve-Volution by Cynthia Rogan, directed by Suzannah Rogan
Annabel Eden by Amy Morley, directed by Kristina Hauptfeuhrer
Week Two, April 14-17, 2011: Slightly longer works*
The Belle of Staten Island by Penny Jackson, directed by Renee Cyr
What Happens in Verona by Lea Galanter, directed by Katie Woodzick
Operation Sweet Dream by Suzanne Bailie, directed by Samantha Sherman
The Wedding Ring by Rebecca Sue Haber, directed by Lenore Bensinger
Hypochondria by Deborah DeGeorge Harbin, directed by Simone Barron
Landis and the Bear by Catherine Berg, directed by Margie Slovan
Week Three, April 21-24, 2011: Best of the FEST*
A selection of the above best from both stages, to be determined by audience and critical vote each of the first two weekends!