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Woody Allen, Woody Allen—An evening of two short plays
By Woody Allen

May 2nd – 18th, 2014 (Show Times)
Performances at The Arts Barn. For reservations, call 301-258-6394.

Central Park West is the story of a successful  psychiatrist who’s husband has just announced he is leaving her for another woman. The N.Y. Times says, "Mr. Allen sends his characters into riotous, near-lethal combat. Central Park West is a joy."
With: Gemma Davimes, Meredith Fogle, Lisa Holland, Joesph Mariano and John Reece

Honeymoon Motel takes place in the tacky “Bridal Suite&rdquo of a roadside ;motel where ;everyone gathers after a wedding ceremony has gone slightly off kilter. From the N.Y. Times: Honeymoon Motel finds Mr. Allen returning to his shtickier comedy roots. He is at his loosest — and sometimes lowest — but also his most firecracker funny."
With: John Allnutt, Scott D'vileskis, David Gross, Kryss Lacovaro, Susan Paisner, Marsha Rehns, Mark Shullenbarger, Dan Silverman, Ed Silverstein and Jena Stone

NOTE: These plays contain adult themes and adult language.

 

One Act Festival - 2014

July 18th - 27th 2014 (Show Times)
The Thirteenth Annual One Act Festival is a Special Production. Performances at The Arts Barn. For reservations, call 301-258-6394.


NOTE: This production is not part of our regular season, discounts and season subscriptions cannot be honored.

Previously this season....

God's Favorite
By Neil Simon.

November 8th - 24th, 2013 (Show Times)
Performances at The Arts Barn. For reservations, call 301-258-6394.

Successful businessman Joe Benjamin lives in a Long Island mansion with his demanding wife, a prodigal son, and a pair of kookie twins. A visitation by "A Messenger from God" (and compulsive film buff) sets in motion a wild test of Joe's faith in "the Boss." Neil Simon spins a contemporary morality tale about this modern "Job" like no other in this hilarious comedy.

Blame It On Beckett
By John Morogiello.

January 10th-26th, 2014 (Show Times)
Performances at The Arts Barn. For reservations, call 301-258-6394.

The Sunday, January 12th performance will have a Q&A session after the show with the cast, director and author John Morogiello.

Heidi Bishop is a wide-eyed dramaturgy intern, eager to better American drama. Instead she encounters an endless stream of bad scripts, desperate playwrights, and snarky office turf battles. When Heidi's efforts run into unintended consequences, she is forced to confront idealism with reality to save her career, reputation, and relationships. NOTE: This play contains mature language and themes.
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