Moonlighting at the Grange

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Moonlighting at the Grange

Time: January 29, 2012 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Bellview Grange
Street: 1050 Tolman Creek Road
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.ashlandcontemporar…
Phone: 541-482-7742
Event Type: play, readings
Organized By: Ruth Wire/ACT
Latest Activity: Jan 19, 2012

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An evening of short play readings by Southern Oregon playwrights will be held on
Friday, January 27, 2012 at 8PM, Saturday, January 28 at 8PM, and Sunday, January 29, at 2 PM at the Ashland Bellview Grange, 1050 Tolman Creek Road,
Ashland. Tickets at the door.  For reservations call 541-646-2971.  For more information: $10.
“Hansel and Gretel on Level 5” by Dori Appel. A young couple careens toward a comical crisis while searching for their lost rental car in a multi-level parking garage.
“Fluffy” by Archie Koenig supposes what would happen if your pet could lodge her feeling about things in general, and especially you.
“God’s Therapist” by Peter Quince is a short section from a full length comedy in progress: Reverend Christiansen, a former patient, shows up in a panic and Abby Cohen, wanting to close her therapy practice, has one final, very odd therapy session.
“Game of Love,” by Diane Nichols. Ruth has recently added a large dash of spice to her lackluster love life, much to the chagrin of her exhausted husband who now must continuously don costumes and characters.
“What Say You,” by Kathleen Tomko is a playful experiment starring Benjamin Franklin.
“Sharp Intellect,” by Greg Younger examines the Western concept of ownership: if objects could talk, what would they say?
“The Raincoat,” by Ruth Wire. This play won the 1980 Bultman Award and sheds light on the experience of a child caught between warring divorced parents. 

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