La Salle Theater Presents The Fall One Act Festival

La Salle Theater Presents The Fall One Act Festival

The shows will run Friday, October 20th and Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 in the auditorium. Admission is free.

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All members of the La Salle Community are invited to attend the 2017 Fall One Act Festival. The show will run on Friday, October 20th and Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 in the auditorium. Admission is free.

This year's festival features six one act plays:

Artistic Inspiration—A play about two struggling playwrights who dream of making it big. They write three plays which come to life on the stage.

How to Kiss a Girl—Ken is going out on his first date with his friend Stephanie and he needs all the help he can get, so like any millennial , he asks his phone.

The True Meaning of Halloween—On Halloween night, a couple opens their door to a find true monster: a teenager without a costume who demands candy anyway. While Alicia thinks they should just give Jordan a Butterfinger and call it a night, to Jonas, it's about the integrity of trick-or-treating.

My Most Embarrassing Moment—Embarrassing situations happen to us every day. This play offers invaluable advice on how to deal with some of life's worst cases of embarrassment.

It's all Greek to Me—Desperate times call for desperate measures, a Greek bachelorette has to try a new method of finding a date. This play was written by senior Matt Harkins.

13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview—Two college admission assistants are under pressure to fill one more seat in the freshman class. The problem is only the waitlisted applicants are left to interview.

Full Cast

David Cianci '20 Nathan Esser '20

Lauren Esser GMA '18 Quinn Giongo '18

Matthew Harkins '18 Luke Kawczynski '21

Taj Jacobs '21 Justin Leary '20

Matthew McHugh '19 Justin Morgan '20

Bryan Nolan '19 Michael O'Neill '21

Kyle Ross '20 Declan Young '20


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