UCA Theatre to present festival of one-act plays

UCA Theatre will present a Festival of One Act Plays this Tuesday through Thursday, December 2 through 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Bridges/Larson Theatre of the Snow Fine Arts Center.

The Festival has become one of the most popular events at UCA Theatre and involves over fifty cast and crew members. Three to four different one-act plays will be presented each evening. Each play has been chosen, cast, and directed by the 2009 Directing Class, under the supervision of assistant professor of Theatre, Kevin T. Browne.

Admission is free to everyone. Tickets are not required. Doors open at 7 p.m. each evening. Some material may not be suitable for children.

On Dec. 2, the theatre will present: White Russian, by Joseph Goodrich; The Most Massive Woman Wins, by Madeleine George; and Dutchman, by Leroi Jones.

On Dec. 3, the theatre will present: Blind Date, by Horton Foote; Kissing Christine, by John Patrick Shanley; The Second Beam, by Joan Ackermann; and The Red Dress, by Jacob Schmidt.

On Dec. 4, the theatre will present: The Actors Nightmare, by Christopher Durang; An American Century, by Murphy Guyer; and You Belong to Me, by Sinovia Mayfield.

Information is also available on UCA Theatre’s website at uca.edu/theatre or by calling 501-450-5092.