New York City
This is an evening of two one-act comedies that deal with the artist’s neuroses in contemporary society. The Actor’s Nightmare describes every actor’s worst fear. In this comical scenario, a man stumbles onto the stage and is mistaken as the understudy in not one, but three different plays. Writer’s Block, a hit in last year’s New Works Festival, takes a darkly humorous look at the creative process of a writer who will do anything to produce the work of a lifetime.
All performances will be on Stage II.