By Terese Kattner, Christian Neuhaus, Nolan Veldey, Doug Reed, Rheannon Lyons, Isaac Walker
Directed by Deanna Reed
Actor's Factory turns literature on its head with "Novel Ideas",
featuring short plays about great stories.
Don Quixote's great-great grandson finds an old trunk of his and gets
inspired, but things don't go as expected in "Don Q Learns to Keep it
Real" by local playwright Terese Kattner.
Christian Neuhaus of "You've Ruined A Perfectly Good Mystery!" fame is
at it again in "Groovy Mystery Theater Episode 4: Danger Has Red Hair";
a funky 70's cop show based on the original Sherlock Holmes.
"Based on a True Story" by Actor's Factory alum Nolan Veldey, is a look
at how modern technology and a lack of interest in the facts leads us to
morph stories to fit our individual needs.
Doug Reed of Broom Street acclaim tells the story of "Pride and
Prejudice" from the mens' point of view in "Mask and Masculinity".
In addition, you'll see two monolgues by Actor's Factory alumni "The
Woes of Mrs. Weasley" by Isaac Walker and "The Free Book Speaks" by
One weekend only!
Produced by Actor's Factory at Stoughton Opera House, 381 East Main Street, Stoughton
Performances: March 11-13, 2011
Performance Times: Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30. Sunday matinee at 2:30. No reservations necessary.
Call for reservations or more information.