When folks learn that I have attended all three ten-minute collections, the inevitable question is “Which should I attend?” or “Which is the best?” The answer to the first question is easy—all of them! The quality of all three evenings is high. Further, your own interests and theatrical preference can easily dictate a choice of […]
Archives for June 11, 2014
Revenge: 10 minutes plays at Source Festival
While revenge can be a dish best served cold, other than Erik Gernand’s sensitive What Remains of Youth, it is a dish best served as humor at the Source Theatre Festival. If you enjoy comedy, the three works that follow intermission may be your best choice for entertainment among the short play collections. – Steven […]
Quests: 10 Minute Plays at Source Festival
If you are seeking an interesting evening of theatre, the Quests series of 10-minute plays is a fine selection. Of the three collections of short plays, it features the most diversity in theatrical genres and styles. There’s not a weak piece in the collection. – Steven McKnight LOCAL PILGRIMAGE By Philip Kaplan Directed by […]
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