3Graces Theater Co. presents Spring Shorts 2006, an evening of seven short plays by six hot playwrights for five days only!
In the world premiere of Shot Americans by Kayla Cagan, the sins of the father are swallowed in shots. Directed by Elizabeth Bunnell.
On a glorious spring day, an American business woman finds herself in the basement of St. Gervais Church in Paris where a pregnant teenage immigrant and nun try to help the woman come to terms with her faith - what if the only thing that separates ordinary people from the saints is not the gift itself, but the capacity to understand the call? Annunciation by Kelli Lynn Harrison was written specifically for 3Graces Theater Co., and this is the world premiere of the piece. Directed by Kathleen Bishop.
In Roller Coaster by Kayla Cagan, a brother and sister play dangerous games. Roller Coaster had a reading at the Gerswhin Theater, NYC in 2004 and was performed at the KGB Bar Red Room in 2005. Directed by Kelli Lynn Harrison.
In Remind Me Again by Sharyn Rothstein, Miranda is horrified when a stranger tries to kiss her on the street, but her anger soon turns to confusion when her female co-workers celebrate her attack. Directed by Kelli Lynn Harrison.
An ex-wife and a widow argue over a house...and a husband in HousePlay by Arlene Hutton. HousePlay, one of Ms. Hutton's first plays, written while she was a member artist at Alice's Fourth Floor, premiered in 1995 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in an evening of Hutton's one-acts performed by The Journey Company. Directed by Margot Avery.
After scattering the ashes of her mother as well as her sister's cat, and relaying the entire story to a perfect stranger, Branwyn discovers the tenderness that results from our most humiliating moments in I Think You Think I Love You by Kelly Younger. Directed by Kathleen Bishop.
Mollie is a Big Freakin' Movie Star, and she's granted you the privilege of an interview - so grab a pen and a sippy cup, and behold the great funhouse mirror of superstarletcelebritydom in True Dreams of Wichita by Katharine Clark Gray. Directed by Elizabeth Bunnell.