Fall One-Acts Cabaret
Directed by Angel Genereaux, James Park, Stacey Paus, and Angèle Poirier
October 26 & 27, 2018
Friday & Saturday ~ 7:30 p.m.
Cash bar and food services open at 6:30 p.m.
Costume Contest (with prizes) both nights
Admission ~ Early Bird ~ $12; After the Wednesday of performance week ~ $15
Transaction fees and service charges may apply.
Tickets can be purchased at the Regina Performing Arts Centre box office, by calling 306-779-2277, or online.
10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
A comedy by Don Zolidis
Directed by James Park
Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.
Four teenagers demonstrate, with the help of two narrators, ten survival strategies in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
Duration: 35 minutes
You Do Love Me, Don't You? - A Dark Comedy Cum Scary Psycho Thriller in One Act
Written by Claire Linda Demmer
Directed by Angel Genereux
Produced by special arrangement with Off The Wall Plays
Peta-Ann brings the love of her life, Leon, home to meet her family for the first time. Her parents, Robert and Glenda, are naturally skeptical about a boy Peta swears is "the one" when she has only known Leon for a few short weeks. Leon is everything a girl would dream of in a guy - polite, attentive and extremely loving towards Peta. So loving, in fact, that he doesn't want anything to get in the way of their happiness.
Duration: 35 minutes
The Diaries of Adam and Eve
Directed by Angèle Poirier
At the beginning of time, in the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve surely had no means of writing or keeping diaries. Centuries later, though, Mark Twain imagined and captured the would-be thoughts of the very first man and woman who ever lived. This adaptation of Twain's works will give you cause to reflect on timeless themes such as friendship, gender roles, and the definition of true beauty.
Duration: 40 minutes
A comedy by Michael R. Kramer
Directed by Stacey Paus
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Kevin and Jill meet during auditions for a community theatre play. Kevin immediately expresses his dismay about the director's decision to have the actors read a kiss scene, with real kissing required. What starts as a debate between two strangers about the wisdom of the director's demands evolves into a funny and fragile connection as two lonely individuals confront their insecurities about romance, sex, and, of course, kissing.
Duration: 30 minutes