Plays are now being accepted for this season's readings.
Email them to NorthportPlays@gmail.com
For information about the Northport One-Act Play Festival
click on the 1-Act Play Festival tab.
Mon, Oct 16th, 7:30 PM
NORTHPORT READER'S THEATER
Northport One-Act Play Festival
SUBMISSIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED
FOR THE 2018 NORTHPORT ONE-ACT PLAY FESTIVAL UNTIL NOV 10TH.
Click here for Submission Form.
Don't Miss "Ever Random" by Patrick Sherrard
November 5th at 3pm
at The Playhouse at St Paul's
270 Main St, Northport
Proceeds to benefit St Paul's Steeple Fund
Tickets $15 at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3099845.
The 8th Annual
2017 Northport One-Act
Play Festival Was a Great Success
And so was
The Taste of The Fest
4 Plays Highlighted Below
See Highlights from the Festival
Performances April 28th at 7:30pm and April 29th at 3:00pm.
The Genie Written and Directed by Lou Allacco.
A homeless man meets an unorthodox genie and has a difficult time deciding on a wish,
with Michael McKenna, Peter Quinones and Vinnie Esposito.
High Cheekbones by Marilynn Barner Anselmi, Directed by Peter Scarpinato.
Dee was David when she graduated high school:
everyone is in for surprises at the reunion,
with Paulette Gebhard, Kerry Gallagher, Dayne Rasmussen and Dolores de Poto.
Letting Go by Gloria Schramm, Directed by Michael McKenna.
A divorce and remarriage threaten the parent-child bond
in this drama about letting go and holding on,
with Alex Edwards-Bourdrez and Rachael Doukas.
Trail Mix Written and Directed by Patrick Sherrard.
Uptight Daisy and rock star Denny meet on a first date
(a continuation of the Random Saga),
with Laura Sweeney and Michael Mingoia.
Lost in Space-The Musical Written and Directed by Charles Calabrese and Michael West.
An alien being observes an age old human conflict and tries to help out,
with Melissa Kempton, Joe Kassner, and Bobbie Ruth.
Dressed To Kill by Delvyn Case, Directed by Stanley Katz.
Would you kill for love? Would you kill for religion?
with Fred Amison and Jennifer Bonaparte.
Johnny and Pete in Paradise by Michael Lydon, Directed by Maria Filipone.
Two men trapped – or is it freed? – on a desert island,
with Saverio Tuzzolo and Rob Ripp.
Performances April 29th at 7:30pm and April 30th at 3:00pm.
Changing Times by Paul Trupia, Directed by Sanders Goldman.
Time changes all of us…or does it?
with Nancy Anderson and Bob Olenuk.
Marvin Jaminsky by Larry J Maltin, Directed by Jim Bradley, Asst. Director Larry J Maltin.
After his 80th birthday party, and the disturbing news of the accidental death of a bicyclist,
Marvin’s life of loneliness takes a turn for the better,
with Vicki Milach, Wynne Wilder, Jim Clavell and Larry J Maltin.
Smiley by Elena Naskova, Directed by John Passadino.
An unhappy couple finds a reason to smile at each other again,
with Olga Cohen, Gina Marie and Joe DiPietro.
A Thousand Words by Frank Shima, Directed by Linda Randolph.
Magic happens on stage as two paintings come to life,
with Robert Lee Oliver, Gina Scarda, Lilly Hayes, Ron Friedmann and Nancy Klimpel.
Voices by Marcia Slatkin, Directed by Jo Ann Katz.
A mother’s love can aid and endure in strange, unforeseen ways,
with Ralph Carideo, Ron Sabo, Annette Kirk and Ron Friedmann.
Quincy's Ghost by Geoffrey Craig, Directed by Stanley Katz.
Revenge sometimes equals justice,
with Fred Amison, Kamisha Dalmeda and Todd Bethea.
Characters Written and Directed by Michael Solomowitz.
The question of “What is a Play?” takes center stage
in this zany play-in-a-play-in-a-play farce,
with Jill Linden, Calvin Gladden, Peter Quinones and Steve Kaminsky.
Many thanks to the playwrights who submitted plays
that were not selected for the Festival:
Joan Antonicelli, Jeremy Black, Steven Bosch, Barry Ernst, Ann Fox,
Seth Freeman, William Johnson, Mervyn Douglas Kaufman,
Natalie Lifson, Tony Manzo, Craig Moeckly, Gloria G Murray,
John Passadino, Jim Polen, Tyler Powell, Ron Radice, Laura Sweeney,
Bruce Teifer, Alex Vartarian, Brian Wallace, Jonathon Ward.
Their plays were read at our monthly Reader's Theater Meetings.
Click here for Johnny Passadino's
documentary about our Festival.
See the Reader's Theater tab for member interviews.
All performance refreshments to benefit St Paul's United Methodist Church.
All Performances at The Playhouse at St Paul's
St Paul's United Methodist Church, 270 Main Street, Northport, NY
For information e-mail NorthportPlays@gmail.com or call (631) 223-8053
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