Sportaculture: The All Stars
Sportaculture: The All Stars: Five Short Plays About Local Sports
Active Cultures presents Sportaculture: The All Stars
a festival of five short plays about local DC sports. In Michael John Carces's Catch
, the Nationals finally win the World Series, thereby setting everything right. James Hesla's Long Shot
finds a pair of lonely hearts meeting at a bowling alley while watching Chris Webber and the Washington Bullets. The Gridiron: Adventures from the Sideline
by Thembi Duncan follows a high stakes touch football game where a rookie has a few surprises for the coach. The sports musical Medley Relay
by Jessica Burgess and Mary Resing chronicles four teen swimmers in the PrinceMont League looking to vanquish their rivals and Mary Waters's America's Pastime
examines the day former Vice President Dick Cheney threw out the first pitch at a Nats game.
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The last date listed for Sportaculture: The All Stars was Monday November 21, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Round House Theatre produces literary adaptations and contemporary works for the stage, conducts community-based education programs, and provides a home to diverse artists and arts organizations. Their work is expansive: they make art to explore big ideas, broaden minds, move hearts, exercise imaginations, and--ultimately--to build community through the shared experience of live theatre.