"Spring into Action"
Volunteerism is the Focus of Northport Play’s Next
“Virtual” Gathering of Original Long Island Theater
as it presents “Spring into Action” streaming
March 26, 2021 through National Volunteer Week April 18-25.
Register to see it HERE
You must sign in to Eventbrite to register for and to view this event.
We have heard back from many people that they have been frustrated by the registration process for viewing Spring into Action. We are very sorry. This is the first time we are using Eventbrite and had no idea checking in would be so difficult.
Therefore we are asking you to try again,
using the guidelines below so that you can have a
positive experience viewing our play festival.
1. Log in to Eventbrite if you have an account, or create one if you do not. To set up your password select FORGOT MY PASSWORD
and an email will be sent to you to do so.
2. When you are logged in and on the Spring into Action page, press VIEW EVENT DETAILS on the right side of the page.
3. Press the REGISTER bar.
4. Confirm 1 ticket and press the REGISTER bar.
5. Fill in ALL of the items on the form and press the REGISTER bar.
6. Press CHECK OUT.
7. You will be sent a confirmation email which will bring you
to the event page with the YouTube link and the program.
You can visit as often as you like until April 25th at 10:30pm.
We at Northport Plays sincerely hope that you will understand our dilemma, enjoy our program, and respond to our mission of giving your time and talents to help others.
Northport Plays Presented:
"Food For Thought: Theater Gives Back"
Four Plays About Benevolence
Thanks those of you who donated to LI Cares
and hope that everyone enjoyed the plays.
You can still support the food insecure on Long Island
by giving directly to
The 11th Annual Northport One-Act Play Festival
was a great success. Thanks to all who watched it.
Highlights of the Festival plays HERE.
"Luminous" by Bruce Menin,
Directed by Jo Ann Katz
with Alfio DiFranco and Barbara Walsh.
Nature or Nurture?
Two fireflies find love on a late summer night.
"One Small Step" Written and
Directed by Tammy Green,
Assistant Director Eric Holgerson,
with Laurie Atlas and Carl DiModugno.
A couple moves past their fears to take
one small step toward a better life.
"Someday My Love" Written and
Directed by Peter Scarpinato
with Louisa Bikowski, Michelle Maimbourg
and Dayne Rasmussen.
A woman finds herself in a real-life version
of her favorite romantic film.
"Drawing the Line" by Seth Freeman,
Directed by Linda Randolph,
with Tom Ciorciari and Joshua Diolosa.
Sometimes the unkindest cut isn’t made with a knife.
"Double Exposure" by Mervyn Douglas Kaufman,
Directed by Maria Filippone,
with Lee Kurfist and Lisa Meckes.
Face to face, a long-married couple confront dark secrets
that haunted and threatened their marriage for years.
"Waiting for the Sun" by Michael Casano,
Directed by John Passadino,
with Ken Young, Gina Scarda and Rachel Max.
A marriage counselor’s latest patients
open up an unexpected door to her past.
The event concluded with a
discussion with the playwrights.
Many thanks to the playwrights who submitted plays
that were not selected for the Festival:
Les Abramovitz, Louis Allaco, Paul Bowman, Delvyn Case,
Fred Dennehy, Christine Emmert, Ed Eriksson, Ann Fox,
Diane Haring, Joe Leary, Ken Levine, Larry Maltin,
Lois Morton, Lawrence Rinkel, Jack Rushton,
Gloria Schramm, Chuck Smith, Michael Solomowitz.
Highlights of previous Festivals at History tab.
Click here for Johnny Passadino's
documentary about our Festival.
See the Reader's Theater tab for meeting schedules
and member interviews.
___________________________________________________________________In normal times
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