The Exquisite Hour    and      NEXT

(Two One-act Plays)

2014

*THE EXQUISITE HOUR

Written by Stewart Lemoine

Directed by Elizabeth Ross       

Cast

Patrick Baranowski ...... Zachary Teale     Jennifer Inglis ................ Helen Darimont

*NEXT

Written by Terrance McNally
Directed by Bob McCue           

 

Cast
Peter Schalk.................Marion Cheever     

Melodie Hull................. Sergeant Thech
 

 

Production Crew for both One Acts

Kirsty Quinn ..... Producer                           Sandy Kay .... Costume Design & Wigs      Kirsten Taylor ... Poster Design                   Kirsten Taylor ........ Logo Design

Lorraine Harvey ...... Stage Manager          Chris Tulloch.......... Props

Nathon Taron .......... Sound Design           Nathan Taron ......... Lighting Design

Bob McCue .............. Set Design for NEXT

Elizabeth Ross ......... Set Design for the Exquisite Hour

Terry Miller, Stan Williamson ...... Set Construction

Terry Miller, Elizabeth Ross........... Set Painting

Romi Bodin & Kristy Quinn .......... Photography

Harriet Pollock & Kristy Quinn .... Front of House Manager

Harriet Pollock &  Kristy Quinn ........ Concessions Manager

Amigos Printing ............................ Printer

Lorna Kent ..................................... Prompter for The Exquisite Hour

Joanne Everett, Chris Tulloch, Ian Bodman................ Sta ge Crew

Synopses:

*The Exquisite Hour

A poignant drama

On a summer evening, a seemingly well-adjusted bachelor finds his life forever altered when an alluring stranger materializes in his backyard to ask the question, “Are you satisfied with what you know?” It's a romantic conversation piece, set in the age of the encyclopedia.

*NEXT

A comedy-drama.

Set in an Army Induction Center, an overweight, over-age and over-wrought draftee has reluctantly reported for his physical. Confronted by an Amazon-like female sergeant, he tries every evasion he can think of to disqualify himself, but is ultimately shattered by the realization that nothing will stave off the inevitable. His final monologue, a harrowing exposure of bitterness and confusion, reveals the dilemma of a man to whom the meaning and purpose of his country have become unclear.

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