A New Direction in Theatre

30 by Ninety Theatre


Saturday February 3, 2018 at 3:00 PM

We will present our second annual Night of One Acts on March 17 and 18, 2018. The one act plays being presented are the finalists in our One Act Play Writing Competition. These works will be produced FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME!

Casting various male and female roles ranging in ages from 20's to 70's. 

You will read cold from one or more of the scripts. 

Please email 30byNinetyAuditions@gmail.com to sign up for the audition. Include ONE ACT in the subject line.

RIDICULOUS by Ryan Williams (Covington, LA)
Directed by Deborah Marcelle
Nearing the end of Hollywood's golden age, movie starlet Rosetta Carlin decides she wants to free herself from the studio machine once and for all. However, her controlling agent refuses to let her out of her contract, so Rosetta must fight back in order to get the freedom she desires.

DRY SPELL by Gretchen Suarez-Pena (Bartow, FL)
Directed by Andrea Elu
Sara and David's marriage hangs in the balance as a drought and heat wave ravages their hometown. Will the floodgates ever open? 

HANDJOB by Nino Bonura, Jr. (Covington, LA)
Directed by Jason J. Leader
Gary Willis, after an accident left his hand broken beyond repair, gets a replacement. When the hand starts to come alive and act with a mind of it’s own, Gary’s and Handrew’s disagreements land them in a heap of trouble.

NORMAL SCHNORMAL by Ian Patrick Williams (Studio City, CA)
Directed by Andrea Elu
An elderly hypochondriac visits her doctor expecting to hear the worst. Although he constantly reassures her everything is normal, she refuses to believe it. Eventually she schools the overly busy doctor about the necessity of spending more time with patients, not to mention family and friends.

WIZARD OF PROZ by Gary Blackwood (Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia)
Directed by Courtney Calato
Shipwrecked on a distant island, Dorothea encounters two characters from The Tempest, Ariel and Caliban (who are oddly reminiscent of the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion). They take her to their master, the wizard Prospero, who promises to help her return home again—but only if she retrieves his magic wand from the wicked witch, Sycorax.