The curtain rises again at The National Arts Club for the annual One-Act Play Festival. This year, the Committee has chosen original short one-acts that concern the most fundamental human interaction—relationships. Whether they’re short lived or life-long, intimate or platonic, relationships between people are what we all desire. These works by seasoned playwrights David Masello, Rob Ackerman and Kate Ginna, and Steve Otfinoski are resonant takes on how people long to interact – a phenomenon particularly poignant after our period of enforced isolation. It’s time to see people together, on stage and in the audience. 

Come see me in a staged reading in @davidmasello’s fantastic play “Fjords” at @nationalartsclub Tomorrow, April 18th at 8 PM, as part of their Third Annual One-Act Play Festival. RSVP ASAP, as tickets quantities are limited and it usually sells out (it’s free!). One-night only. Link to tix in my bio.

The lineup:

A VOICE INSIDE by Rob Ackerman and Kate Ginna — Directed by Jeremy Webb — performed by Dan Domingues, Ann Harada, Charlette Speigner, and Harry Althaus

FIRST SNOWFALL by Steve Otfinoski — Directed by Jeremy Webb — performed by Derek Clark and Bridget Koestner

FJORDS by David Masello — Directed by Gene Santarelli — performed by David Leeper and David Kubicka