SHORT ATTENTION SPAN
SATURDAY, JULY 13
One-Act play festivals are a popular way for audiences to experience a lot of great storytelling in a short period of time. The 5 & Dime’s Short Attention Span Theatre Festival will showcase works that usually last under an hour directed by seasoned artists and some surprising newcomers. It’s the same great storytelling The 5 & Dime has become famous for... only in bite-sized pieces! Join us on July 13 as we bring you as many compelling stories that we can fit in one day!
10:00am - A Eulogy for Jack Cole written and directed by Riley Fox Hillyer
10:50am - Medea Redux by Neil Labute, Directed by Chloe Cuff
11:35am - Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph, Directed by Arianna Rodriguez
12:35pm - Sure Thing by David Ives, Directed by Abby Gomez
2:00pm - RAW TALKS with Robert Arleigh White & Charlotte Mabrey
3:20pm - A Sky Full of Airplanes/Pain, Original Storytelling by Redgie Gutshall
4:15pm - For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls by Christopher Durang, Directed by Jan Buksar
5:00pm - The Humanoid Chicken is a Metaphor written and directed by Noah Pantano
7:00pm - Apartments by Noah Bennett, Directed by Jason Collins
9:00pm - Al Letson's The Centre Cannot Hold
All-Access Passes are $40, and provide entry to any or all one act plays, with the exception of THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD.
**All-Access Pass buyers will receive an Access Code in their confirmation email for the purchase of $10 tickets to the July 13 8:30pm Special Performance of THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD, written and performed by Al Letson. Additional performance dates available. Click HERE for more information.**
Walk-up tickets for each individual one act will be available, first come, first served, for $10 each beginning 1/2 hour before curtain.