WCT

East/West PlayFest – July 14 and 15 @ 8:00 PM


FREE to all!
No reservations required!
Friday, July 14 and Saturday, July 15
at 8:00 PM


Mark your calendars to attend this special Westport Community Theatre / Eastbound Theatre event – “East/West PlayFest,” six original one-act plays (chosen from over 500 plays submitted) brought together into an entertaining summer evening of theatre!

This one-act original play festival is a joint project between Westport Community Theatre and Eastbound Theatre; 2017 marks the eighth year Westport Commmuity Theatre has co-produced. Last year’s summer festival was acclaimed by WCT audiences for the originality of the plays and the great performances by actors both familiar – and new – to the WCT stage. It’s the perfect summer night out!

FREE to the public, East/West PlayFest will be performed at Westport Community Theatre on Friday and Saturday nights, July 14 and 15 at 8:00 PM and next month at Eastbound Theatre in Milford, August 4 – 6. Audience members will have an opportunity to vote for their favorites, and the winning playwright will receive an award. Which play will win…? It’s up to you! Join us this Friday or Saturday night, July 14 and 15, at 8:00 pm and cast your ballot for the outstanding play!

The cast includes WCT favorites Linda Gilmore and Joe Maker, recently seen in “The 39 Steps,” Marc Hartog and Jessie Gilbert from “Moon Over the Brewery,” Dena Lagonigro and Betzabeth Castro from last season’s “Godspell,” and Kate Telfer from “Witness for the Prosecution.” WCT also welcomes East/West alumni TJ Chila, Patrick Cornelio, and Jennifer Ju, and along with Seehee Lee , Alexis Mercado, CJ Nolan, Enrique Rivera, Katie Scott, David Baron, Kate D’Alessandro, Kevin Fantarella, and Kevin Sissounthone.

All Out of Second Chances
by Scotto Moore of Seattle, WA
directed by Rachel Babcock
A woman recounts a surprising family history… featuring Linda Gilmore of Norwalk and Milford residents Jennifer Ju, TJ Chila and David Baron.

But That’s Okay
by Jenny Mead of Charlottesville, VA
directed by Barry Hatrick
Chronicling a couple’s relationship in a ten minute timeframe… featuring Dena Lagonigro of Stratford and Joe Maker of Stamford.

Grilled
by L.H. Grant of Davis, CA
directed by Kevin Pelkey
A battle of wills that plays out over the counter of a luncheonette… featuring Betzabeth Castro of Bridgeport and Marc Hartog of Westport.

I Don’t Know…
by James McLindon of Northampton, MA
directed by Michael Shavel
A Drill Instructor’s morning run is set on edge by a group of politically correct cadets… featuring Joe Maker of Stamford, Enrique Rivera of Trumbull, Seehee Lee of Wallingford, Kate D’Alessandro of Derby and Kevin Sissounthone of Shelton.

A Lifetime Ago
by Drew Davis of Augusta, GA
directed by Tom Rushen
A mysterious package eunites a feuding family… featuring Jessie Gilbert of Cos Cob, Kate D’Alessandro of Derby, and Milford residents CJ Nolan and Patrick Cornelio.

Romance 101
by Brianna Keller of Glen Rock, NJ
Directed by Ann Baker
A quarreling book club is further disrupted by an unexpected new member… featuring Linda Gilmore of Norwalk, Kate Telfer of Greenwich, Alexis Mercado of Norwalk, Katie Scott of Milford and Kevin Fantarella of Orange.

 


 

WCT Educational Programs
for all ages –
See what’s new for 2017!

WCT Juniors

SEE WHAT’S NEW FOR 2017!

 For details go to WCT Juniors


Our 2017 – 2018 Season

A View from the Bridge
Diary of Anne Frank
Annapurna
Yankee Tavern
Shakespeare in Hollywood


Previous Shows…

The 39 Steps
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Westport Community Theatre is located at Westport Town Hall, 110 Myrtle Avenue in Westport. For directions to the theatre, go to the “Directions” tab above. You can make reservations by calling the Box Office at (203) 226-1983 or by selecting the “Reserve Tickets” tab above. Westport Community Theatre’s mission is to produce memorable evenings of quality theatrical productions at affordable prices; for 60+ years, non-profit Westport Community Theatre has strived to be a “community within a community,” defining all that the town of Westport, Connecticut is about.

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