Greenfield Center School Presents: One Act Plays

Greenfield Center School Presents: One Act Plays

Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 6:30 pm
6:30 PM. Tickets by donation at the door.

For the past 25 years, Center School 8th graders have written one-act plays and then spent two months directing their classmates’ performance of their work. This year’s class has produced 16 short plays.

There are comic pieces involving gay yodelers, a befuddled ninety-year-old policemen, escaped convicts, and garlic. There is a play in which Vermont tries to secede from the union. There is a musical about love among Parisian paperboys that features dancing French bakers. There are serious plays that try to sort out the issues of love and of how to best help a friend. And of course there’s an assassin who falls in love with the person they are supposed to kill.

Don’t you think that it would be sad for you to miss the 25 year old asking him mother to cut the crusts from his sandwich and the 40 year old matron who crumbles while trying to dab.

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