Hypothetically Speaking is a festival of original plays. Works include:
Tuesday, June 24 @ 7pm & Saturday, June 28 @ 8pm
Cattaragus Crick by Isidore Elias
In a town where everyone knows everything about everybody, a newcomer befriends the most unlikely of locals and changes her life and those around her forever.
Monday, June 23 @ 7pm & Sunday, June 29 @ 3pm
Fear by Lynne Elson
A short one-act based upon true stories, written by the playwright in close collaboration with her cast of company members.
Ghost in the Desert by Mike Costa
Set around a Turkish historical site, the play is about a team of archeologists, the local inhabitants, and the spiritual wolrd that lays claim to the special place.
Thursday, June 26 @ 7pm & Sunday, June 29 @ 7pm
Laundromat Blues by Victoria Sullivan
Set during the days just prior to war with Iraq, the play centers around three stressed-out New Yorkers who take out their fears and frustrations on one another as they just try to get through the ordinary chore of doing the laundry.
24 NY Hours by C.J. Gelfand
Set in a NY bakery, the play details the plot twists and turns around a theft gone wrong.
Saturday, June 28 @ 3pm
516 by Katharine Clark Gray
In this staged reading, a term-paper writer for hire, her client-turned-lover, and a back-stabbing professor tell a very original machiavellian tale of love, revenge, and modern education.