X*ACT's First Event of The 2019 - 2020 Season | Two Short Plays
From August 30-September 8th X*ACT presents "Two Short Plays" with opening night on August 30th, at 6:30pm | show begins at 7:30pm.
As the mystery deepens, so does the confusion. Will the audience discover the truth of the Peanut Murderer? Will Spring regain her memory? Will the hero win the girl? Will the villain stop twirling his mustache? Only time alone will tell and you need to be there to find out!
Directed by Melodee Bass and Co-Directed by Kirk Bass the duo presents the first play of our season with The Potman Spoke Sooth, a comedy farce by David Fulk. In this Agatha Christie spoof, murder turns into a farcical game of illusion meets reality, featuring the notorious peanut murderer. For the second, one act play, No Mother to Guide Her: Or, More to be Pitied than Censured, centers on an old fashioned melodrama (comedy) by Anthony Forsythe. When young Spring Overton is lost and has amnesia, she is found by black hearted rogue Talbot Twillingham then saved by her hero, Casper Vanderburgh.
Friday, August 30th GALA Night $20 6:30pm / 7:30pm showtime
Saturday, August 31st – 7:30pm
Friday, September 6th – 7:30pm
Saturday, September 7th – 7:30pm
Sunday, September 8th – 3pm
All shows – Doors open 1 hour in advance for Will Call.
Please come out and attend a show to support the volunteers who work endlessly to bring you quality theatre entertainment. X*ACT is unique and we need your support to keep performance and visual art alive and thriving in our community.