A production of just one play written by either Steve Martin, Woody Allen or Sam Shepard is a production worth seeing -- but all three at once is a rare opportunity not to be missed. So it goes at A Contemporary Theatre's An Evening of One Acts
, featuring magic, wonder and even a little science fiction in Martin's Patter for a Floating Lady
, Allen's Riverside Drive
and Shepard's The Unseen Hand
finds a lovesick magician pursuing romance with his aloof assistant, while Riverside
portrays a confrontation between a screenwriter and the paranoid vagrant who believes he stole his idea. Finally, The Unseen Hand
brings the sci-fi via a strange Western hodgepodge of loners, outlaw and aliens.
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