LEWISTON, Idaho – 6 Plays in 60 Minutes: An Evening of Ten-Minute Plays will be presented at Lewis-Clark State College’s Silverthorne Theater April 30-May 3. The plays are produced by LCSC’s Directing 480 Theatre class.
The plays include The Uncomfortable by Dylan Waite, directed by James Bayless; Supernova by Bianca Sams, directed by Randy Knight; Fight Dreams by Alison Weiss, directed by Jessica Martin; Stage Fright by Sarah Pappin, directed by LaDawna Rhodes: Looks Like Rain by Laci Corridor, directed by Clint Heimgartner; and Out of Reach by Maddie Dunkelberg, directed by Jin Choi.
- What happens when strangers waiting for a train interact with a person talking through a squirrel puppet that only repeats whatever it hears? Find out in Looks Like Rain.
- Stage Fright is a ghost story that brings two characters together in an eerie and insightful way.
- An impactful look at how cancer has affected the relationship between a mother and daughter is explored in Supernova.
- A young man finds himself coping with nerves on a first date in the unsettling atmosphere of a men’s public restroom in The Uncomfortable.
- Fight Dreams is a hilarious look at a break up between a girl and her imaginary boyfriend.
- Two graduating college students confront their relationship head on in Out of Reach.
All plays begin at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for non- LCSC students. LCSC students are admitted free with a student ID. All proceeds will be contributed to the Silverthorne Theater restoration project.
The plays are rated R for language.
For more information contact James Bayless [email protected] or call Nancy Lee-Painter at 208.792.2345.