The One Act Play Festival’s mission is to bring together a group of diverse and creative artists to produce a weekend of exhilarating theatre to share with our community. From the seasoned actor to the curious newcomer; first time directors and students of theatre to those retired from the craft; people with a flair for fashion to someone with a curiosity about how a light board functions - this is your call!
The 2019 One Act Play Festival features Kansas playwrights.
Anger ManagementbyJames Marlow. Directed by Hal Keller.
A funny play about a middle-aged man returning a gift he bought for his wife and the trials he goes through. Author James Marlow is a Fort Riley veteran.
Match by Lezlie Revell Zucker. Directed by Bettina Boller.
A storyteller begins telling the classic tale of a poor, orphaned young girl. However, the girl leaves the story and refuses to go back despite the storyteller's best efforts. Author Lezlie Revell Zucker lives in Kansas City.
The Inconveniences of Flying by Eric Speers & Zach Wood. Directed by Jubilee Kinney.
An up-and-coming writer from Kansas returns home after being in Los Angeles to find out his best friend is in a relationship with his ex-girlfriend. Secrets are exposed and decisions must be made. Authors Eric Speers and Zach Wood live in Manhattan, Kansas.
Beautiful byJacqueline Wright. Directed by Alisa Wolfe.
A bittersweet play about a young woman saying goodbye to her dying grandmother. Author Jacqueline Wright grew up in Grandview Plaza, Kansas.
The Wrong Branigan by Lezlie Revell Zucker. Directed by Brent Sigman.
A case of mistaken identity, twists and turns, and lots of hilarity ensue when a professor comes home early and receives a visitor.
Performance times: Friday & Saturday - 7:30pm
Tickets: Adult - $12; Military, Student or Child - $6