Lesbian Shorts: An Evening Of Short Lesbian Plays

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Lesbian Shorts: An Evening Of Short Lesbian Plays

A Fine Romance by Carol Polcovar
Girl meets girl on the internet. There is that spark but will sexual politics keep them apart?

The Mole by Barbara Kahn, Directed by Steph Van Vlack.
Best friends are forever, but lovers come and go. Guess who’s coming to dinner – again… and again… not again.

The Best Actress Whoever Lived by Carolyn Gage
The year is 1930, A young, closeted reporter arrives at the dressing room of stage and film star Nance O’Neil.
O’Neil is playing Irene Dunne’s mother in the film Cimarron. The reporter is aware of the rumors about Nance’s lesbian affairs, and Nance is aware that the reporter is closeted. As the two women spar over issues of authenticity and reputation, Nance makes the intriguing proposal to give the reporter the story of “the greatest
actress who ever lived” in exchange for the opportunity to interview the reporter about her life. Nance begins to tell the story of her affair with Lizzie Borden.

Working Things Out by Carol Polcovar
Opposites attract then drive each other crazy. Join Sue and Nan as they maneuver, manipulate and try to work things out.

A Relationship’s Beginning In Act 10 by Marjorie Conn
a non-chronological, episodic short play of two women, Miriam and Catherine, who are falling in love with each other. Each act is a snippet of those delicious and poignant early days of getting to know each other.

Show Details

Running Time: 1hr 15min (0 intermissions)
Dates: Opening Night: October 29, 2011 Final Performance: October 30, 2011