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One Act Festival: Season One

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April 2013


Sterling Studio Theatre [Sterling/Dundas]

Joslyn Kilborn REVIEWER : 'I only caught the second week of Sterling Studio Theatre’s One Act Festival, and it made me wish I’d been there for the first, and was going to be there for the third. Each week features a new double bill of one-act wonders. The festival began last week with two local playwright contest winners. This week’s show moves on to one-acts with a bit more history behind them – Lewis John Carlino’s Snowangel and Anton Chekhov’s The Bear.This double bill is a balanced one, mingling heavy subject matter with lighthearted fun making. Up next in this festival are Diane Flacks’ By a Thread and Tennessee Williams’ Interior: Panic. If you miss the rest of this week’s run, I can only imagine next week’s picks will equally delight.'

Interior: Panic by Tennessee Williams' precursor and short play, written before "A Streetcar Named Desire," featured a stage designed by Sophie Ann Rooney split between emptiness and chaos which paired with Diane Flack's 'By a Thread', directed by Angela Besharah was a gorgeous canvas. By a Thread was later remounted into the STC Tapa Season.

The Bear by Anton Chekhov paired with John Carlino's Snow Angel
Playwright contest winners ran the first week to sold out houses!

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