Laurie Allen’s “Stealing a Kiss” is the perfect Robert Zukerman and Peggy Pharr Wilson take on the human character in a very human situation. They grab the stage, and the new and the familiar open the show.
My comedy play, NOTHING GOOD HAPPENS AFTER MIDNIGHT will be performed online this weekend by Ridgefield High School Visual & Performance Arts Department Theater!
This weekend only!! Friday, February 5 at 8:00pm and Saturday, February 6 at 7:00pm.
Sumter Players, Inc. presents an online-only event: QUARAN-TEENS
A Series of dramatic teen perspectives on the pandemic
Directed by Seth Zarandona and Jennifer Knighton
November 21, 2020, 8PM
Watch Online: www.sumterplayers.org/quaranteens
rts Live Theatre presents Quaran-Teens. Favorite teen scene writer Laurie Allen has created this powerful collection of original monologues that exploree a variety of teen responses to the pandemic and the safer-at-home restrictions that come with it. From restoring old friendships and keeping traditions alive to missing baseball, graduation, prom, and so much more, each monologue offers a unique, true-to-life point of view of this real-world crisis.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2020 AT 7 PM CDT – 7:20 PM CDT
Nothing Good Happens After Midnight on Facebook
Bell Tower Theater
It is April 2020, and bride-to-be Savannah learns the hard way that being quarantined alone in her apartment does not mix well with pre-wedding jitters. With her fiancé, Billy, quarantined with his parents, she relies on video conference calls with Billy and her parents for support. But one fateful night a pair of scissors and a poor — very poor — attempt at hair dressing
The Black Swamp Players will be back for an encore performance of “Nothing Good Happens after Midnight,” the timely and humorous play by Texas playwright, Laurie Allen. We’re really excited to be getting the director’s and writer’s perspective as well through a couple conversations from both Deb Shaffer and Laurie Allen, respectively. Please join us at 9pm eastern for one heck of a Hump Day Revue!