Ann Arbor Civic Theatre presents Make ‘Em Laugh Again, staged readings of three short, original comedies on Friday, June 25, 2021, at 7pm at A2CT’s open-air deck at 322 West Ann Street. The free performance will be presented live and in-person, weather and circumstances permitting. All current Covid-19 protocols will be observed, and the production will be pre-taped and available for streaming in case of rain. Pre-registration for the event is required, and no walk-ins will be allowed. Space is limited. To register, visit the A2CT website at www.a2ct.org.
In Candy Hearts, by P.J. Sallans, a dating simulator video game promises to tell a man why he keeps getting dumped, but only if he manages to pass all three of his virtual dates. PJ Sallans is an active member of many theater groups in southeast Michigan. She has had her work performed by various theater companies, most notably PTD Productions, Eastern Michigan University, and the Ridgedale Players.
Closure, by Krystle Dellihue, follows two sisters as they visit their father's gravesite for the first time. Krystle Dellihue is an actor from Detroit Michigan. She started writing about four years ago to strengthen her voice within the theatre community.
Playwright Brian Cox’s Sense-ational, explores finding love in the digital age when a young couple tries to replace human touch with the next best thing. Brian Cox is a playwright and editor in Southeast Michigan. His play, Clutter, had its world premiere at Theatre Nova and won a Wilde Award for best new play in 2017.