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Final Day for One-Act Play Festival

Final day for our One-Act Festival TODAY, Sunday, July 2nd with shows at 3pm and 7pm, at our new location. We call our new space Lil’ Brick Theater and if you haven’t been there yet, you are in for a treat. It’s on 119 ½ N. Douty in Hanford.

We will show: THE LETTER is by Hanford writer Kenny Sides. Kenny’s original interest was in film but acting and writing became a new interest. The piece is short with a delightful ending. He performs it himself.

We will show: TORNADO TRAIN by Linda Amayo-Hasson who was a past participant of the Indigenous Voices Playwright Workshop. Sarah McCullough from NAS-Lemoore, and Salma Alatorre, from Hanford High West, recreate their roles. The piece is about an Indigenous girl from the Kickapoo Tribe who was taken up in a tornado and thrown to a woman needing redemption. Question is, will she take it.

We will show LADY LIKE by Elaine Burruss who is from Porterville and has been part of our HMTC acting classes for nearly a year. She wrote and will perform her short piece LADY LIKE in a monologue, stand-up comedy fashion.

We will show T (FOR TORTURE) which is performed by Gabriel Omar and Jason Boado, both of Lemoore. This piece was first performed in Chicago. Explore the question whether it is the mind, or the body that is being tortured. A unique play that will have you wondering if you entered a Dali painting or walked into a theater.

See the plays, see our space, see us, and support us. You won’t regret it.

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