Aery Theatre’s 20/20 One-Act Plays Begin

Festival starts on Sept. 11 at Depot Theatre

The Ninth Annual Aery Theatre Company 20/20 One-Act Festival and Competition will kick off the weekend of Sept. 11, with a lineup of 13 original plays by area playwrights. Two plays from Friday, three plays from Saturday and two plays from Sunday will be selected by a combination of audience and judges’ voting to move on to the semifinals on Friday, Sept. 18, and Saturday, Sept. 19, from which four plays will be chosen to perform in the finals on Sunday, Sept. 20.

Tickets are available on the Philipstown Depot Theatre website through Brown Paper Tickets. Order early, as tickets go quickly.

The first round lineup begins with Head Case by Peter Andrews, Bear Trap by Peter Zillo, The Rub by Albi Gorn and Small Talk by Evelyn Mertens on Friday, Sept. 11, 8 p.m.

On Saturday, Sept. 12, at 8 p.m. will be No Privacy by Diana Hird, Is Nothing Sacred by Evelyn Mertens, Welcome to Norway by Robin Anne Joseph, The Truth About Ernst by Christopher Lukas and Once More the Butler by Bruce Pearl.

On Sunday, Sept. 13, at 4 p.m. will be Doctor, Doctor by Ward James Riley, Pieces of Panic by Stephen Hersh, Ping Pong by Melissa Jane Martin and Dad’s Day by Pat O’Connor.


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