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one-act

[ˈwʌnˈækt] ADJde un solo acto
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com)-- The Riant Theatre has announced the 20 semi-finalists in the 28th Strawberry One-Act Festival competition, who will be presenting performances on Sunday, August 16 from 3:00pm - 11:00pm at the Tato Laviera Theatre, 240 East 123rd Street.
AFTER completing a successful mini tour with two new one-act plays by Alan Stockdill, hailed as the John Godber of Calderdale, theatre company Talking Stock Productions has announced that it raised PS2,500 for charity and scooped two awards.
A one-act play being staged at St Paul's Cathedral this week should have you rolling in the aisles says ALIX NORMAN
Twelve amateur stage groups will do battle at the event, presenting one-act plays.
Walterville Grange will stage its way off-Broadway production of "Nobody Famous," a one-act play with not so famous local actors.
Meanwhile, the third annual Write Now one-act play festival opens at Liverpool Actors Studio this Friday.
LIVERPOOL'S festival of one-act plays is back for a second year and is calling for submissions.
He treats the plays in groups, beginning with his introduction focused on the early one-act plays.
One of the strangest puzzles of dance history is: Why the one-act ballet?
Of the four one-act plays that make up the Kirk Douglas Theatre's ``Solomania
The one-man, one-act play follows Fales from his early childhood memories of singing in church, to marrying a woman whose closeted gay father died of AIDS complications, to fathering two children, to finally selling sex for money in some of New York's finest penthouses.
Strongly recommended for aspiring actors of all ages and both genders, On Stage: Short Plays For Acting Students is a compilation of twenty-three short, one-act plays organized into three major categories (monologs, duologs, and comedy sketches) which are especially suited for solo and small cast performances.