Eight plays slated for reading in CashiersWritten by Admin
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Playfest, an evening of staged play readings, will begin at 7:30 p.m. on July 28 at the Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library’s meeting room. Eight entries have been selected from the numerous submissions received from all over the United States.
The plays will be performed with staging, lights and sound, but with scripts in hand. The selected plays are: “One Day at the Christmas Party: What’s in a Name” by Henry Kimmel of Atlanta; “Funeral Arrangements” by David Fleisher of Lake Worth, Florida; “The Rental” by Mark Harvey Levine of Pasadena, California; “Mind Games” by Brian Reeves, of Palm Beach, Florida; “Play It By Ear” by Bonnie Benson of Bethesda, Maryland; “Found Object” by Dennis Porter of Amherst, Massachusetts; “The Gospel According to Bowser” by Dan Borengasser of Springdale, Arizona; and “Just Another Tomorrow” by Western North Carolina playwright Tom Bennett.