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10-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL

The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem and Winston-Salem Writers present a virtual 10-Minute Play Festival, composed of seven short plays written by local playwrights. Plays will be premiered online September 28th - October 4th, one per night at 7pm, on The Little Theatre's Facebook Page and YouTube channel

The 10-Minute Play Festival is free to view, but we welcome donations in lieu of purchasing tickets.

PUNCTUATED ROMANCE

by David Ratcliffe, directed by Gregg Vogelsmeier

Two young men and two young women push and pull through the awkward secrets in romance by focusing on punctuation in text messages. Throughout this comic representation of man vs woman, Rob begins to figure out how important punctuation is and how it can make the difference in relationships …and staying in them. 

Rated PG-13 for adult language, mild adult themes

Starring Devlin Burke, Cole Breeden, Ashley Magoffin, Bethany Schultz

Monday, September 28, 2020 | 7pm

FIRST DAY ON THE JOB

by Becky McLaughlin, directed by Mike Burke

Three doctors find themselves in a co-ed locker room inside their hospital after a long shift. A newcomer, Austin shows a timid energy being so new to the hospital. A supportive female doctor, Bree, comforts him until a prominent doctor, Mike, enters in a quiet state. He lets go and shows his vulnerability to the two by proceeding to acknowledge a crisis in his life.

Rated PG-13 for mild adult language

Starring Jessica Dow, Rob Taylor, Glenn Otterbacher

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 | 7pm

BROKEN ARROW

by Bradley Stephenson, directed by Sheri Masters

Two young women find themselves living in a strange era of human history. The time and place resembles the Spartan civilization, worshipping the societal norm of military and war. The girls must find their place as warrior women in their society as individuals and as sisters...or in some other secret role.

Rated PG-13 for suggestive adult themes

Starring Claire Wayne, Rachel Horowitz

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | 7pm

U UP?

by Ken Ashford, directed by Kate Carson-Groner

A young man and a young woman find themselves stuck in a battle between their own insecurities when it comes to dating. Plagued by a comedic back and forth of awkwardness, they both lean on their own avatars, another physical representation of themselves within their smartphones to carry on what seems to be an easy chat over text.

Rated PG-13 for mild adult themes

Starring Cane Walden, Christopher Cohen, Ashley Magoffin, Madeleine Witmer

Thursday, October 1, 2020 | 7pm

A HOLE IN THE FENCE

by Abigail Franke, directed by Chad Edwards

A young woman and her father find themselves at work fixing a broken fence on their cattle ranch. During the ensuing dialogue, family woes and issues come to light and a bond between father and daughter is at risk. Will they be able to mend both the fence and their family? 

Rated PG

Starring Olivia Kemp, Ken Ashford

Friday, October 2, 2020 | 7pm

THE AFFLICTION

by Tim Wiest, directed by Ashley Pearson

Have you ever wondered what it would look like if a medical affliction became a person? In this romping abstract comedy, we find a middle-aged man searching on his computer for answers to an unknown lump he has found. He finds his answer when a person jumps up and becomes none other than…the lump.  

Rated PG

Starring Ken Ashford, Kendall Mason, Cole Breeden

Saturday, October 3, 2020 | 7pm

THE NEXT STATION

by Cameron Kent, directed by Jae Campbell

Set in the London Underground, a woman frantically describes her overflowing love for a stranger she has been riding on the same subway with for a year. She takes it upon herself to name him and fall in love with everything she can see about him as a stranger, yet she has never uttered a word. As they both talk through their inner thoughts, comedic insecurities and feelings, we see a beautiful inner story begin to grow.

Rated PG

Starring Madeleine Witmer, Christopher Cohen, Jae Archer, Jessica Dow, Adrian Dion Quarles, Kimberly Wood

Sunday, October 4, 2020 | 7pm

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