Ten-minute play fest resumes
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Actors at Playhouse Theater are gearing up for their Ten Minute Play Festival.
Actors at Playhouse Theater are gearing up for their Ten Minute Play Festival.
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WEST CHESTERFIELD, NH- The Actors Playhouse Theatre begins its new season on June 8, with its 10th Ten-Minute Play Festival, featuring seven winners of the theater’s yearlong regional competition. This year’s plays once again promise a wide range from comedy to drama guaranteeing a little something for everyone.

The plays reveal unusual scenarios and raise quirky questions. A man and a woman with seemingly disparate interests meet at an auction and soon discover they might be in the same boat. A playwright pitches his play about the Holocaust, but what will his soul cost? Two adults meet under a lamppost while waiting for a bus, and each must face their own vulnerability. What happens when you mess with old people? Try taking their orders for breakfast and find out! A stand-up comedienne visits an AIDS quilt and heals an old wound. Two middle school students attempt to solve political polarization in America.

For more information visit www.ATPlayhouse.org. Tickets can be reserved at (877) 666-1855.
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