CONNECTED brings together a number of visionary directors and different casts of talented actors presenting five one act plays by playwright/actor Ed Giron.
Combining new and already produced works, CONNECTED will bring together comedic, dramatic and serio-comedic works with a common thread of characters that audiences will discover are perfectly imperfect.
Slippery Slope is the story of two friends whose cars are mired in mud on an obscure road on a rain drenched afternoon. A comedy that tests a long standing friendship, Slippery Slope also takes some much unexpected turns in the road.
The One and the Other pits two surviving soldiers, each on different sides, against the elements, each other, and their duties to their countries.
Reservations examines a couple's relationship over what seems an eternity in a sometimes funny, sometimes poignant look at compromise, need, and companionship.
The Fastest Way to a Woman's Heart is a comedy about a first date with some written rules. A soon to be cardiologist and a soon to be CPA think they see eye to eye about the kind of relationship theirs could grow into, until the confusion of traditional and non traditional roles leads to making dinner, fixing the plumbingand an electrocution.
Noel.Coward! isn't about Noel Coward, but it is about a fellow named Noel, who happens to be a coward, and whose witty repartee is reminiscent of Mr. Coward. But that is where the similarity ends in this poignant memory play about love, love lost, and love regained.
Tickets to CONNECTED are $ 17 General Admission and $ 13 for seniors (55 and over) and students with valid id.
Tickets are available for purchase online, at Curious Cup Bookstore (5285 Carpinteria Avenue) and at the theater box office one hour prior to curtain.
Performances are Friday March 28th and Saturday March 29th at 8pm: Sunday March 30 at 2pm; and Friday April 4th and Saturday April 5th at 8pm; and Sunday April 6 at 2pm.
Plaza Playhouse Theater (View)
4916 Carpinteria Avenue
Carpinteria, CA 93013
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|