Enjoy an evening of affordable live theater during the next two weeks as the Ventura College Student One Act Play Festival opens Thursday February 2, 2012 and features four short one-act plays, “The Wedding Story,” “The Fourth Wall,” “Smokes Scenes,” and “Drugs are Bad.”
In “The Wedding Story,” a brave narrator attempts to tell the “perfect” wedding story while being interrupted repeatedly by the bride and groom revealing the “real” story.
“The Fourth Wall” explores what a play might look like if the actors’ mistakes were actually part of the script.
“Smoke Scenes” brings together two clever actors who decide to conceptualize smoke 50 different ways in 10 minutes.
“Drugs Are Bad” shows how two parents deftly influence their son’s behavior.
All four plays will be presented at each performance. Costumes are designed by students, and Isabelle Perez is stage manager. The Festival showcases the writing, performance, and production skills of numerous Ventura College Theatre students.
A free preview performance will be presented on Thursday evening, February 2, at 8 p.m., followed by performances on February 3-4 at 8 p.m., February 9, 10, 11 at 8 p.m., and a Sunday matinee on February 12 at 3 p.m. All performances will be held in the Wright Library, 57 Day Road, Ventura. Tickets: $7 General Admission, $5 Students/Staff/Seniors. Tickets available at the door onl
For more information, contact Judy Garey, Ventura College Theatre Arts Department, email email@example.com or telephone (805) 654-6400 (ext. 3236).
My students can get in free to performances and write about it for extra credit or to make-up an absence.