Serious Moonlight Productions is hosting the second annual provincial One Act Play Festival which comes to Prince George Friday, Oct. 17 and Saturday, Oct. 18. Theatre goers can enjoy 10 plays performed by 10 companies from all over B.C. in two venues at College of New Caledonia (CNC).
A festival pass allows people to see all 10 plays for $72 plus GST over the two days. Individual tickets are $8 each and only available at the door. Passes are available at Books and Company, Studio 2880 or Meow Records.
Plays and participating companies include:
American Intelligence by David Quast, Mark Wheeler and Bas Rynsewyn, Serious Moonlight Productions, Prince George
Late Entry by David Tristam, adapted by John Stuart and Colleen Byberg, Blind Mice Theatre Company, New Westminster.
Hot Flashes Revelations of the Dangerous Age by Don Appel and Carolyn Myers, Fine Whine Productions, Maple Ridge.
Something’s in the Basement by Don Nigro, Williams Lake Studio Theatre, Williams Lake
Street Talk by Nancy Painter Leaping Thespians Theatre Company, Burnaby
Rupert By Rebecca Strom 591 Productions, Prince George/Vancouver
The Death of Me by Norm Foster Moment in Time Productions, Dawson Creek
Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett Revelstoke Theatre Company, Revelstoke, B.C.
Panels by Dawn Amber Kennedy Limited Edition Theatre Co-op Vernon
The Tragical Comedy (or The Comical Tragedy) of Anthony Puncinello, His Wife, Associates and Miscellaneous Spiritual Entities by Todd Sullivan.
In addition to the performances, ACToberfest will also feature a three-hour critique session with adjudicator Barbara Wheeldon of Delta on Sunday morning, Oct. 19. The critique session will be followed by an awards luncheon.
Tickets for Sunday are $25 (including GST) for awards luncheon and coffee critique. For more information and sponsorship opportunities, contact Serious Moonlight Productions at 250-961-0615.