The Hudson River Repertory Company presents Cosmic Wonders, Comic Blunders, an evening of one-act comedies directed by Laurie Eliscu.
The one-act plays include:
The Body Shop by Bob Ost, a comedy about reincarnation.
How I Learned the Facts of Life by Terri Campion tells the story of a Catholic girl who grapples with "Rosemary's Baby."
Wanda's Visit by Christopher Durang, takes a humorous look at an old high school girlfriend who bombards a marriage in trouble.
She With a Capital Ess by Jay D. Hanagan is one man's comic conversation with God.
Song by Drew Denbaum, is a comedy in which a man fights a ridiculous hospital bill.
Lainie and Patty by Marv Siegel, takes a comic look at couple preparing for a worst-case Internet date.
Human Resources by Mike Folie, takes a satiric look at a cowboy who is hired to bring malls to the West and make peace with the Indians.
Me, Myself, and I by Sari Bodi, involves medical mistakes in cloning humans.
The Passion by John O'Hern (actor/writer of the recent successful NY run of A Rooster in the Henhouse.), takes a behind the scenes look at the filming of a religious epic.
There is an additional performance on Monday, July 12th at 8pm.