Prince William Little Theatre Presents Original Works Festival July 27 to 29 Online

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Provided by Prince William Little Theatre

Prince William Little Theatre will present 11 original theatrical works with their first ever Original Works Festival. It will stream online from July 27 to 29. These works range from drama to comedy, and while most are short vignettes, others are one-acts. Each of these shows are free of charge and performances will be streamed via Facebook and YouTube.

Premiering July 27, 2021, 7:00 p.m.

“A Good Day” by Nicole Lust; One Act Play – Directed by Rebecca Baston
“Rosa & Leo” A Webcam Play; by Adam Szudrich – Directed by Chrissy Mastrangelo
“Beautiful Burden – I am Black” by Jacqueline Youm – Performed by Jacqueline Youm
“Lost in Place” A Play in One Act by Craig Houk – Directed by Ward Kay
“Ruth” A 10-Minute Play; by Thomas Piccin = Directed by Jacqueline Youm

Premiering July 28, 2021, 7:00 p.m.

“Superstition and Espionage” A Joke in Two Acts by B. L Hardgrove – Directed by Chrissy Mastrangelo

Premiering July 29, 2021, 7:00 p.m.

“Aunt Eleanor” by Marilyn Bennett – One Act Play – Directed by Anna Burrell
“Oh Susanna” A Play in One Act; by Jasmine Michelle – Directed by Ward Kay
“Cupid Strikes” by Shayne Gardner – One Act Play – Directed by Melanie McGuin
“The Offering” by Andrea Fine Carey – One Act Play – Directed by Terri Ritchey
“Strong” A Spoken Word; by Tyierra Henderson – Directed by Melanie McGuin

PERFORMERS

Carolyn Cameron
Shelby Cody
Stacy Crickmer
Bayley Crisp
Jared Dent
Elle Emerson
Maria Getahun
AnuRa Harrison
Sarah Hoy
Danette Illig
Lindsey June
Paul Lee
Kim B. Miller
Lori Muhlstein
Tina Mullins
Corisa Myers
Larissa Norris
Tammy Peters
Don Richardson
Matthew Scarborough
Melissa Scott
Tiffanie Settles
Tiffany Strange
Bob Thompson
Jacqueline Youm

About Prince William Little Theatre

Prince William Little Theatre (PWLT) is a community theater organization based in Manassas, Prince William County. Providing quality local community theater since 1984, we are a volunteer non-profit organization partly funded by grants from the Prince William County Park Authority, the City of Manassas, and private contributions. We provide quality community theater productions (musicals, plays, drama, comedy, and one-act performances) several times a year as well as fundraisers. Beginning in 2010, PWLT began performing at the Gregory Family Theater in the Hylton Performing Arts Center at the George Mason University Campus in Manassas. For more information about PWLT, please visit PWLT.org.

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