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One Acts 2000
a Couple of One Acts
CATEGORY :
by Mark Zohn/Dan Walsh

COMPANY : Koalaty Presentations, Inc. [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The Company Acting Studio
ID# 90

SHOWING : September 07, 2000 - September 24, 2000

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Two original one-act plays.
Taking Stands by Mark Zohn
The First Scene of What's Sure To Be A Really Kick Ass Play by Dan Walsh


CAST & CREW LIST
Author - The First Scene Dan Walsh
Author - Taking Stands Mark Zohn
Director - Taking Stands Teresa Carvalho
Director - The First Scene Andrea Hutcheson
Cast George Canady
Cast Craig Glassco
Cast Cheryl Hill
Cast Kannon Keene
Cast Ambre Lake
Cast Spencer G. Stephens
Cast John Tillapaugh
Cast Brian Turner
Cast Jeffery Zwartjes
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REVIEWS
The Experts Say...

Creative Loafing
by Curt Holman
September 16, 2000
Curt sez this this duo of new plays is rough, but showcases promising writers and performers.

On Taking Stands : "After awhile though, the banter sounds forced on the part of the playwright, with his intriguing premise calling for an approach in which more is said in silence."

On The First Scene of What's Sure to Be A Kick Ass Play : "Walsh's insights into the writing process prove unexpectedly thoughtful, given the play's sight gags and ethnic stereotypes worthy of Mad Magazine."


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