2019 One Act Weekend
A Special CWP Mainstage Production
Friday, June 28th, 2019 8 pm
Saturday, June 29th, 2019 8 pm
Sunday, June 30th, 2019 3 pm
Join us for our ever popular annual One Act Weekend, featuring an eclectic collection of original short plays never before seen in Florida. A wonderful theatre experience with comedy, drama, and something for everyone.
by Joe Gulla - Directed by Allan T. Anderson
Kyle and Redmond are a newly married couple who have just bought a beautiful new home in the Hollywood hills. The problem? They have very little money left. Redmond has the idea to rent the upstairs to some porn producers, sequestering the newlyweds in their basement for several months. Kyle finds it difficult to be laid back as his breakfast nook is being desecrated day in and day out. Antics ensue.
by Jonathan Cook - Directed by Britt Noland
A photographer arrives at a family home to take pictures of the deceased. In the process, family secrets are divulged.
And Twice on Sunday
by Brad Sytsma - Directed by Alaina Rahaim
When a novice special agent is given a top-secret mission, he will stop at nothing to achieve his objective and prove his ability as a spy. Awkward hilarity and physical comedy ensue as an increasingly desperate Agent attempts to complete his mission with the wrong target.
Date Night in Roissy
by Les Abromovitz - Directed by Shane Steele
A socially awkward business traveler meets a mysterious waitress at a small creperie in Roissy-en-France.
Is This Seat Taken?
by Brad Sytsma - Directed by Maverick Gagliano
Everyone has moments they wish they could redo, maybe more than just moments. When Charlie and Nat try to hit the reset button on their relationship, they find that it’s hard to forget the past. Will they be able to move beyond their history and start over, or will they forever be victims to circumstance?
by Nick Fokianos - Directed by Brooke Wendt
A family goes on vacation to Florida and has to deal with a cockroach, while also dealing with their interpersonal relationships. A comedy with a sweet ending.
It's All In the Eyes
by Marj O-Neill-Butler - Directed by Kaedin Cammareri
A businessman and an experienced gallery owner teach a young artist a valuable lesson on how to succeed in the art industry.
by Scott Cohen - Directed by Chris McDermott
What would you do if all of the sudden, you were being mugged? Would you refuse and politely ask the mugger to show you his gun? That’s just what Valerie does when approached by Mack. What follows is an hilarious look at an unconventional mugging with an unexpected result.
Presented with the support of the Arts Council of Hillsborough County and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners.