The Directing II one-acts are finally here!
See below to read all about the exciting shorts Archilpelago Productions has been working so hard on.
Three Women and an Onion
- Written by Ryan M. Bultrowicz
- Directed by Lauren Aiello
- Erica – Gabriella Donaldson
- Sammie – Lydia Caswell
- Kelli – Lizzie Napier
An absurdist comedy that examines three young women who attempt to determine the motivations of the onion that keeps appearing on their kitchen table.
IKKE, IKKE, NYE, NYE, NYE
- Written by Lanford Wilson
- Directed by Elizabeth Drake
- Edith – Julia Feuerborn
- Graham – Lucas Geisinger
A telephone operator and a mailroom clerk, whose dad owns the company, conduct an awkward first date in which they both struggle with their carnal desires.
- Written by Robert G. Barone
- Directed by Isabelle Zurcher
- Martha – Krissa Hosta
- Sarah – Kodie Brown
- Ruth – Allie Miller
- Ellen – Eliana Cambra
- The Observer – Tori Campos
A group of young women live on the fringes of society and wrestle with the fact that they are unwanted. Together they contemplate their pasts and their futures as they dare to hope and to dream.
- Written by Ethan Coen
- Directed by Steven Horn
- Mr. Nelson – Dillon Savage
- Sebatacheck/McMartin/Polhemus – Alyssa Gaul
- The Receptionist – Ellie Yoshimura
A desperate man is forced to wade through the trials and tribulations of an uncaring, administrative afterlife.
The Pain in the Poetry
- Written by Glenn Altermann
- Directed by Sabrina Sander
- Sheridan – Charlie Foy
- Pamela – Keegan Adkins
A husband and wife deal with the knowledge of each other’s betrayals… Have they been cheating? Have they been thinking of leaving the other? Worse… they’ve been delving deep into their respective creative writing.
Come see these directors and their incredible casts Thursday and Friday, November 18th and 19th at 7:30pm and Saturday, November 20th at 1:30pm.
All performances will be held at the Credo Arts Center (931 S. Kickapoo Ave.) and are free to attend!
No reservations are needed, but masks will be required.