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MonsterThe Stranger to Kindness

benefiting Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
produced by Goode Productions

Written by David Stallings (Winner Planet Activist Award 2010)

Directed by Heather Cohn

 

Years of routine bind Lena and Nance, two lonely senior women from the Upper West Side. When Nance no longer answers her door, Lena takes on herself to call the police and her friend’s family. What arrives is a strange dose of animosity and generousness from unlikely places.

Genre: Drama, One-Act, Women’s Issues

Planet Connections Theatre Festivity offers its congratulations to the cast and crew for the following nominations. For more information, please visit our award nominations page at http://planetconnections.org/planet-connections-nominees-2011/:

Outstanding Overall Production of an Evening of One-Acts/Paired Productions, Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Actress in a One-Act Production, Congeniality Award, Outstanding Overall Production of a Short Play, One-Act, or Monologue, Outstanding Playwriting Short Form, Outstanding Scenic Design, Outstanding Actor in a One-Act Production,

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50 mins

minimal set; online rewrites; recycle programs; used costumes

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Rope of Sands

benefiting Coalition for Hispanic Families in Queens

Produced by Curious Frog Theatre Company

Written by Toni Seger

Directed by Reneé Rodriguez

Three family members confront a cycle of a non-communication in the hopes of recovering from tragedy.

Genre: Drama, One-Act, African-American Issues

Planet Connections Theatre Festivity offers its congratulations to the cast and crew for the following nominations. For more information, please visit our award nominations page at http://planetconnections.org/planet-connections-nominees-2011/:

Outstanding Overall Production of an Entire Evening of One-Acts/Paired Performances, Outstanding Playwriting Short Form, Outstanding Actress in a One-Act Production

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45 mins


public transportation; sourcing materials; repurposed/recycled design elements; sharing/borrowing materials; recycling design elements from previous production; minimal design elements; no new items; practical lighting; adopt green habits; energy efficient lighting; reusable bottles; recycle paper, bottles, etc; sharing scripts; laptops/phones instead of scripts; printing double-sided; online communication; soy-based inks; one-sheet playbill


at The Robert Moss Theatre
440 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
Located at 440 Lafayette St. between Astor Place and 4th St. and across the street from The Public Theater.
Conveniently located near the N, R, W, and 6 trains.

Friday, June 3rd @ 6pm
Saturday, June 4th @ 11:30am
Tuesday, June 14th @ 6:30pm
Wednesday, June 15th @ 8:45pm
Saturday, June 18th @ 4:00pm
Thursday, June 23rd @ 4:00pm
 



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