One-act plays by Steve Martin and Jessica Goldberg will be presented by Happy Medium Theatre on a double bill entitled Family (de)Values, at the Factory Theatre, July 29-August 7. Mikey DiLoreto will direct both plays.

Martin's The Wasp is a dark comedy about a family in the 1950s struggling to achieve the stereotypical perfection and harmony of the time, and failing. The cast will feature Audrey Lynn Sylvia (Mom), Marc Harpin (Dad), Rachel Kurnos (Sis), Preston Graveline (Son), Kiki Samko (Lead Female Voice), and Rory Kulz (Premier/Choirmaster/Roger), along with an ensemble of voices: Barbara DiGirolamo, Louise Hamill, Lizette M. Morris, and Coriana Hunt Swartz.

Goldberg's Refuge is set in a rundown house somewhere in America, and tells the story of a young woman, forced to care for her younger brother and sister after her parents have abandoned the family and fled to Florida for a vacation from which they will never return. The cast will include Krista D'Agostino (Amy), Nick Miller (Sam), Terry Torres (Nat), and Erika Geller (Becca).

For more information, visit www.happymediumtheatre.com.