David Ives' All In The Timing
Directed by: Earle and Betty Howe
A group of one-act plays exploring the comic (and cosmic) forces at work in the lives of ordinary (and extraordinary) people.
A man and a woman meet for the first time in a cafe, where they have an awkward meeting continually reset each time they say the wrong thing, until, finally, they romantically connect.
Bill. . . . .John Sanchez
Betty. . . . Alley Banks
'Words, Words, Words'
Three chimpanzees, named after famous authors and expected to write Hamlet, for the most part waste time engaging in pointless banter, while occasionally inspired to make grandiose literary allusions.
Swift. . . . Rich Wotkun
Kafka. . .. .Kali Rasala
Milton. . . .Caitlyn Desjardins
At a restaurant, a man is informed by a friend that his frustratingly unlucky day is the result of his ensnarement in an anomalous pocket of reality, called a "Philadelphia," in which he will only be fulfilled by asking for the opposites of what he wants. By the end, the man begins to feel content at last, only for his friend to be pulled also into the Philadelphia, while the waitress groans of her own entanglement in a "Cleveland."
Waitress. . .Kali Rasala
Ann . . . . .Alley Banks
Mark. . . .. Rich Wotkun
'The Universal Language'
A man welcomes a naïve woman into his fraudulent language-learning course, in which he only speaks the invented language Unamunda; however, he confesses to the deception as he begins to fall in love with her.
Don. . . .. .John Sanchez
Dawn. . . . .Caitlyn Desjardins
Young Woman .Kali Rasala
Performances to be held at Beatniks On Conkey, 418 Conkey Street, Hammond, IN
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418 Conkey Street
Hammond, IN 46324
|Minimum Age: 7|
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