June 11, 2014
DOMINO THEATRE ANNOUNCES
THE RETURN OF ITS
ONE ACT FESTIVAL — JULY 4 AND JULY 5, 2014 — START TIME 7:30
"COME PLAY BY THE LAKE VI"
We kept the name — just changed the location to 52 Church St. This is a competition with Bill Morrow, Greg Burliuk and Bill Glover as our noted judges. Audience participation also helps choose a winner, who goes on at Domino's expense to a professionally adjudicated One Act Festival to compete for theatre awards.
Friday July 4
First up — the students of Regiopolis High School reprise their Sears festival show This is a Play by award winning Canadian author Daniel MacIvor. This is a wacky, light-hearted look into the thoughts of actors as they perform.
Next Anthony D.P. Mann, local filmmaker and actor presents Death Knocks, by Woody Allen, a parody of Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal in Woody's trademark comedic style.
Our final Friday play is by Will Britton actor, director and "proud member and supporter of Kingston's thriving theatre community" who has written That Moment — a candid search for the instant when you know for certain that he/she is "the one".
Saturday July 5
Saturday evening starts with local playwright and actor Sara Beck and her play Lake Effects, a script she wrote with help from Gwen White about family secrets, a run-down cottage and one very angry raccoon.
Our final performance is written by Ken Weston, author, playwright and director. His play The Dog Days of Winter is about a reclusive middle aged couple and their dog, who open their home to unexpected visitors on a stormy Christmas Eve.
Tickets in advance at the Grand Theatre Box Office 613-530-2050. High school students (and children) $10.00 — All others $20.00. Available at the door the evening of the performance.
Inquiries and info Bob Brooks email@example.com, 613-544-3928.
SEE IT LIVE ... at the Domino!