Date/Time: 14 May @ 14:30 (Matinees); 9-14 May @ 19:30 (Evenings);
Venue: THE TEACHERS CLUB (MAIN) Category: Short Plays
Four short LGBTQ+ plays coming from Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Natalie has one job after her brother’s death – give away his beloved possessions according to his will. But Natalie has better ideas. Will her brother be able to stop her from the afterlife Written by Doug Asher-Best | Directed by Margaret Van Sant | Starring: Tommy Walsh, Joe MacDougall and Ellen Rubenstein
Look What You Made Me Do Grace and Brenda have everything going for them – great jobs, a beautiful apartment in Manhattan, and enough red-hot passion to make the snow melt. But can their marriage survive a pandemic?
Written and Directed by Lynda Sturner | Starring: Tia Scalcione and Vanessa Rose
The Black Eye
When an aging gay man asks a street-wise kid if he needs a lift home, is he prepared to go where the dangerous young man is about to take him?
Written and Directed by Jim Dalglish | Starring: Joe MacDougall and Tommy Walsh
Everyone who loves Isabelle knows exactly how she should deal with life after Pulse – her mother, her father, her friend, and her nurse. Everyone except for Isabelle herself. Written and Directed by Margaret Van Sant | Starring: Vanessa Rose, Tommy Walsh, Tia Scalcione, and Joe MacDougall
About Provincetown Dramatic Arts:
Celebrating the rich theatrical history of Cape Cod, Provincetown Dramatic Arts presents original and classic plays, with a focus on the stories of female artists and community-based play development.
Costume Design: Carol Sherry. Dramaturge Jim Dalglish
TOTAL DURATION: 70 minutes (no interval)