64th SEASON

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THE FOO

The FOO consists of five 20-minute original plays by five different playwrights, with five different directors and five different casts. It is an eclectic grouping of plays submitted from all over the U.S., as well as a number of foreign countries.

NOVEMBER 6 TO 28

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS @ 8PM

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 @ 3 PM

THE FOO

NOV. 6 - 28

The FOO consists of five 20-minute original plays by five different playwrights, with five different directors and five different casts. It is an eclectic grouping of plays submitted from all over the U.S., as well as a number of foreign countries.

This years FOO includes:

"Don't Call Me Cupid​" - Written by Jonathan Cook, North Augusta, SC

Directed by Sam Martinez

"All of Usses" - Written by Tristan Young Mercado, Pflugerville, TX

Directed by Vicky McCormick

"The Stand-Off" - Written by Christian Jacob Ramon, Austin, TX

Directed by John Mitsakis

"Zeitgeist" - written by Dan Borengasser, Springdale, AR

Directed by Justin Holloway

"A Safe Love" - written by Lindsey Brown, Auckland, New Zealand ... 

Directed by Steve Carpentier

Mimi Holloway

Artistic Director

THE LITTLE HUT

Auditions: NOV 8 & 9

Three excessively sophisticated and elegant English people are shipwrecked on a desert island. Philip and Susan are married, and Henry is the family friend, who, it turns out, has been something more than that to Susan for the past few years. They never wanted to hurt Philip, and their chief concern has always been for his happiness. But Henry, seeing Philip monopolize Susan on the island, isn’t rather unhappy; he tells Philip about the old arrangement and after a great deal of discussion it’s decided that Philip and Henry will share Susan on the island, as they did in the past. This arrangement continues more or less happily until an island native arrives and shows considerable interest in Susan. From then on things become quite involved until a ship appears on the horizon to rescue them all.

Sam Martinez

Director

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