Congratulations to Virtual Reality

Congratulations to the cast and crew of MP’s production of Virtual Reality by Alan Arkin for winning several awards at the Md One Act Festival Jan.14, 2017.
John Van Eck was recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Acting.
Director Bruce Hirsch received the Cliff Smith Award for Excellence in Directing.
The production won the award for Outstanding Production and will move on to the Eastern States Theater Festival – ESTAFestival 2017 – April 6-9, 2017, Wilmington, DE
Congratulations to Producer David Jones, Director Bruce Hirsch and the entire cast: John Van Eck and Stephanie Pounds and sound technician David Fenstermacher for a job well done!
A complete list of festival winners can be found here: http://www.mctfa.org/index.php?page=festival2017

Virtual Reality at the 2017 Maryland One Act Festival

Please join us at the Maryland One Act Festival.

Virtual Reality by Alan Arkin is Montgomery Playhouse’s entry in the 2017 Maryland One Act Festival.

This year’s festival will take place next Saturday, Jan. 14 at Todd Performing Arts Center on the campus of Chesapeake College, 1000 College Cir, Wye Mills, MD 21679

Tickets are $15.00 and can be purchased online through TicketLeap or at the door.

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Virtual Reality will be the first of four one-act plays presented.
The program begins at 7:00 PM.
Following the plays, there will be adjudication of all productions.
The winner will go on to the Eastern Regional Festival in April.

Please come out and support our production. The festival is always an interesting and fun evening of theater.

Virtual Reality by Alan Arkin
Directed by Bruce Hirsch
Produced by David Jones

With Stephanie Pounds and John Van Eck

Two people are waiting for equipment for an unspecified job. The one in charge insists on doing a dry run inventory of the contents of the expected crates. The purely hypothetical becomes increasingly wacky and sinister. Originally produced at the Manhattan Theater Club in New York City in April of 1998 under the direction of the author as part of a collection of short plays entitled Power Plays.

 

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