A really good collection of short plays:
A Shaggy Dog Story by Leigh Kennicott
Celebrity Death Match by Rom Watson
The Box in the Park by Mona Deutsch Miller
Cohn Crosses Over by Joe Godfrey
The Memory Box by Dan Berkowitz
Who's Afraid Of ...? by Brian Raine
All shows involve a box in some fashion. Parts will make you laugh, parts will make you cry, parts will make you think of your own life and parts will make you forget about it. Six small plays that go together well because of the themes. Definitely worth seeing.
certified reviewerJune 22, 2017
A bit strange for my taste but well-conceived and well-performed....
a very successful evening of original theatre. ...
certified reviewerJune 23, 2017
Very entertaining and very funny! A nice smorgasbord of Short Plays. Excellent example of a specific gimmick or 'prop' (in this case) as used throughout the entire evening in all 6 plays. The last Play of the evening was hysterically funny in its playing and character deliniation. A fun romp throughout....
certified reviewerJune 26, 2017
I really enjoyed this series of short plays. I thought they were very well produced and directed, with a talented cast and great music! ...
Here are 6 plays that show how differently creative people come up with stories.The task was to write a 10 minute play with a box as focus and they range from poignant to acidic to camp, so there is something for everyone. By using four superbly versatile actors, there was a nice balance to each playlet that enabled the performer to strut their stuff. Holding it all together is guitarist Brian Katz. Director Dan Berkowitz demonstrates how seemingly simple plays can be brightened up with imaginative staging, ranging from naturalistic in one play to hi-style comedy in another. ...