TUSCALOOSA, AL – Theatre Tuscaloosa will present its SecondStage production, Lost in Conversation: A Festival of One Acts, Monday, March 26-Friday, March 30 at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center (620 Greensboro Avenue).
In celebration of World Theatre Day on March 27, Theatre Tuscaloosa is presenting A Festival of One Acts. Bringing together a myriad of directors and actors, four one acts will be performed ranging from quirky comedies to dramatic satire, showcasing the range and effects that theatre can encompass.
Horseshoe Bend by Mark Plaiss will be directed by Charles Prosser. In a backyard on the river bluff above a horseshoe bend in the Ohio River, three friends are sitting in lawn chairs on a hot summer afternoon, drinking beer, and engaging in small talk.
Tennessee Williams’ Something Unspoken will be directed by Jennifer Guffin, who was last seen in SecondStage’s The Other Place. Miss Grace Lancaster struggles to converse with her longtime living companion who is preoccupied with her spot in the elections of the Confederate Daughters.
Managing director Adam Miller will direct executive producer Tina Turley’s play Time Together about a long-married couple’s morning conversations.
Arthur Miller’s The Last Yankee, directed by Kiera Gillock, takes place in the waiting room of a mental hospital as two strangers engage in small talk while waiting to visit their ill wives.
The cast includes Carol DeVelice, Scott Frazier, Daniel Maguire, Louise Manos, and Bryan Zuege.
A Festival of One Acts will be presented March 26-30, 2018. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 26; Tuesday, March 27; Thursday, March 29; Friday, March 30; and 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28.
General admission tickets are $8, and seating is first come, first-served.
More details are available at www.theatretusc.com or at 205.391.2277.