The Ridgefield Theater Barn will present An Evening of One Acts 2019 Friday and Saturday evenings, March 8th through March 30th at 8pm, and Sundays March 17th and 24th at 2pm. The evening will feature eight original, unpublished short plays, which celebrate life, relationships, and the choices people make, through an assortment of perspectives.
Bringing together an incredible ensemble of actors from throughout Fairfield and Westchester counties, the evening features Kristin Aug, Chris Cenatiempo, Maya Daley, Lori Franzese, Elayne Gordon, Larry Greeley, Tim Huber, Valerie Huegel, Dashel Knuff, Cathy Malloy, Kristi McKeever, Taffy Miller, Christine Mitchell-Robinson, CJ Morsey, Matt Pagliaro, Eli Rose, Craig David Rosen, Stephen Ross, Chhanda Som, Kylie Wolff, and Emily Volpintesta
An Evening of One Acts is a popular annual event on the Theater Barn calendar and they are thrilled with this year’s selections, which include: Kissing Will, written by Ginny Reynolds and directed by David Fritsch, Miss Match/Mismatch, written by Paulette Layton and directed by Nancy Ponturo, Bless Me Father, written by Pat Lennon and directed by Brian DeToma, Question Mark, written by Bob Zaslow and directed by Alexis Vournazos, Love at Worst Sight, written by Ed Friedman and directed by Erik Tonner, Secret Dreamers, written by Ed Friedman and directed by Nick Kaye, Waiting for Hugot, written by CJ Ehrlich and directed by Shawn Tyler Allen, and How We Met, written by Ellie Martino and directed by David Fritsch.
Due to adult themes and language, the production is recommended for mature audiences.
The Ridgefield Theater Barn is located at 37 Halpin Lane; cabaret seating, bring food & beverage, doors open one hour prior to curtain. Tickets are $35 for adults and $28 for students, seniors, and veterans, and available at ridgefieldtheaterbarn.org.