June 11-13 and June 24-27
This year's footlight festival will consist of six one-act plays, four of which are original scripts:
-In The Hospital, by Mike Bajoreck, a local theater group puts on a play to save Pop’s hardware store.
-Trish Cole’s woman: revised depicts the thought process behind the writing of the dictionary. Cole also wrote Butterfly, which represented The Newtowne Players at the 2010 Maryland Community Theatre Festival.
-The Importance of Being Hairy, by George Johnson, is Internet dating at its best and most confusing.
-Church isn’t what it used to be in Cary Pepper’s House of the Holy Moment.
-Come see a soul for sale in The Bench by Larry Wenderski.
-Nearly everyone's had sit next to someone on a plane who you just didn’t want to deal with. Sit back and enjoy someone else's agony in Relative Strangers, by Sheri Wilner.
The Newtowne Players will perform these one-acts Thursday through Sunday, June 11-13 and June 24-27, 2010. Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances start at 8 p.m.; the Sunday shows begin at 3:30 p.m. Performances are held at Three Notch Theatre on 21744 South Coral Drive in Lexington Park, Md. All tickets are $10 general admission. Light refreshments and beverages are also available for purchase at the theatre. Note: Some material may not be suitable for children.
Reservations are recommended. Please make reservations for the show by calling 301-737-5447 or by going to our online Box Office