Gaspipe One Act Play Festival 2023

An evening of world-premiere short plays
by new authors!

Greenspace Center, 815 Market St, Lewisburg
$15 Adults / $8 Students

Friday, February 10, 2023, 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 11, 2023, 7:30 pm
Friday, February 17, 2023, 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 18, 2023, 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 19, 2023, 2:30 pm

Gaspipe Theatre Company and RiverStage partner once again for the 10th local festival of original one-act plays!  Written and submitted to us by new playwrights from across the Susquehanna Valley & the U.S., these short works of theatre are acted, directed and produced by local teams of artists!  Short plays will run approximately 10-15 minutes in length and will be presented as one continuous show on each of the above dates.

“Idemo” by Ramsey Uhter (Williamsport, PA) (slapstick comedy).  What can parents do when a boy’s birthday party becomes… a murder mystery?  Directed by Maggie Able. Featuring: Jude Wilkinson, Daelyn Castle, Ketaki Hutchinson, Maddie Smith, Teddy Casimir and Storm Pryor.

“Lost and Found” by Clara Graham (Lewisburg, PA) (comedy).  Two friends make a surprising discovery in the woods.  Directed by Clara Graham. Featuring: Ketaki Hutchinson and Maddie Smith.

“Staples of Life” by Ashli Starks (Milton, PA) (comedy).  A man devotes his life to a religious cult, but discovers it may not be what he expected.  Directed by Ashli Starks. Featuring: Michael Conard and Ross Wiley.

“Betty, the Staten Island Ferry Fairy” by John McDonnell Tierney (Shelburne Falls, MA) (comedy/drama).  A commuter meets a magical being on his daily trip to work.  Directed by Andrew Shaffer. Featuring: Fred Hooper and Maggie Able.

“Nick Goes to the Drag Show” by Anne Valentino (Rockville, MD) (comedy/drama).  A married couple decide to expand their horizons and learn something new.  Directed by Emily Bowen. Featuring: Steve Anderson, Lindsay Sauer, and Michael Conard.

“At the Haiku Convention” by James M. Spock (Hanover Township, PA) (comedy).  Two strangers connect over their love of 17-syllable poetry.  Directed by Andrew Shaffer. Featuring: Cathy Emery and Ralph Sayers.

“Letter to My Father” by Karen Elias (Lock Haven, PA) (drama).  A daughter grapples with the environmental impacts of her father’s career and legacy.  Directed by Derek Scott. Featuring: Elaine Pfeil and Doug Orbaker.

“Dry Ribbons” by Nickolette Jones (Bryn Mawr, PA) (drama).  A young woman helps her grandmother clean house, and secrets are revealed.  Directed by Emily Bowen. Featuring: Barbara Sundin and Storm Pryor.

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