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On June 12, 2020 at 7:30 pm...
It’s All Right, Ma
By Kathleen Moylan & Kevin Moylan
Produced and Directed by Kevin Moylan
It’s All Right, Ma is a character driven play focusing on a mother and daughter’s
relationship over the course of twenty years as they argue about, reminisce, and
reconcile what life throws at them.
400 Years in the Making:
American Slavery on Trial (ASOT)
FREDERICK DOUGLASS vs. THE AULD FAMILY
By Cedric ced boogie Arno
Directed by Cedric ced boogie Arno
Produced by Ed Savage
ASOT is the result of 400 years of asking the question: Is Slavery against the American Constitution?
The plaintiff challenges the court to rule led by Carol Auld (daughter of Slavemaster). Her witness list Francis Scott Key, Governor George Wallace, Chief Justice Robert Taney, among others.
The defense table is championed by Frederick Douglass (former slave of Auld Family). His witness list includes Fannie Lou Hamer, James Baldwin, Thurgood Marshall among others who are fighting for constitutional recognition.
The Narrator's background montage navigates you through the performance.
400 Years in the Making is an evening of enjoyment.
On June 13, 2020 at 7:30 pm
By Ann Marie Shea
Produced and Directed by Eric Butler
Two sisters, cleaning out the old house after the death of their mother, find family secrets in the strangest places.
By Robert Mattson
Produced and Directed by Chuck Grigaitis
Sometimes the reality behind reality television is more entertaining than the shows themselves. Designer’s Disaster is a behind the scenes look at two couples and an interior designer as they redecorate a room in each other’s houses. Watch the behind the scenes negotiations, rule breaking phone calls, and aftermath after the cameras leave. A comedy about trusting your neighbors and how you can learn to regret it, then forget it.