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Rover Dramawerks presents 5th Annual 10-Minute Play Festival
July 25, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - August 10, 2019 @ 8:00 pm$12 – $15
For the fifth consecutive year, Rover Dramawerks is pleased to present a festival of 10-minute comedies. Selected from over 300 plays submitted blind from playwrights all over the world, nine short plays will be presented July 25 – August 10. Performances are Thursdays and Fridays at 8:00 p.m., and Saturdays at 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. at Rover Dramawerks, located in Ruisseau Village at 221 W. Parker Rd, Suite 580, at the northwest corner of Parker and 75.
The performance lineup and casts includes the following:
Date With Death by Steven Hayet, directed by Nicole Denson
Karen – Sam Gonzalez
David – Kelton Neals
Angela – Emory Lambert
Balls Alive! by Brian Wallace, directed by Kevin Westbrook
Jon – Geo Kennedy
Jason – Michael Breath, Jr.
Bobby – Steven Pedro
Twas the Day After Christmas by Steven Korbar, directed by Matt Stepan
Iris – Réjene Phillips
Mr. Klemsted – Frank Fehmel
Slow Burn by Brian Cox, directed by Mildred Austin
Slavka – Cathryn Harris
Alexis – Emory Lambert
Doug – Chad Jones
Really True Romance by Dave Carley, directed by Glynda Welch
Erin – Tracie Foster
Carlton: Kelton Neals
Mike: Michael Breath, Jr.
Sandbox by Scott Mullen, directed by Rick Tuman
Gabe – Steven Pedro
Claire – Emory Lambert
Betsy – Miracle Lewis
Rita – Sam Gonzalez
To Death Do Us Part: A Serial Killer’s Marital Quandary by Michael Johnson, directed by Harley Roche’
Dr. Philips – Kiana Varner
James – Kelton Neals
Diane – Peyton Meacham
Singles Night the Safe Way by J. Thalia Cunningham, directed by Sara Jones
Gary – Jason Davis
Pam – Tracie Foster
John – Jennings Humpries
Nola – Emory Lambert
Torrid Taxes by Laurie Spector, directed by Chad Jones
Desiree Hofflemeister – Sam Gonzalez
Chance Golblatt – Michael Breath, Jr.
All nine plays are considered the winners of Rover’s play contest and, in addition to their plays receiving a full production in the festival, playwrights receive $50 prize money. One play will also be voted “Best of the Fest” during the run by the audience, and the playwright will receive an additional $100 prize.
Tickets for Rover’s 10-Minute Play Festival are $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for students/seniors and may be ordered online at www.roverdramawerks.com.
Pictured left to right: Cathryn Harris, Chad Jones, and Emory Lambert in Slow Burn.
Photo by Carol M. Rice