Sat. Nov. 15 2008 8PM
& Sun. Nov. 16 2008 3PM

@Penny Templeton Actors Studio
261 W. 35th Street, Suite 304, NY NY

Two performances of ten 10-minute plays - a different group of plays each time

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Directed by N. G. McClernan ~ Stage Manager: Debra Stunich

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performed by...

Jonathan Alexandratos has acted in a number of plays over the past six years such as Peter Weiss' The Investigation, Hart & Kaufman's You Can't Take It With You, and Conrad Bishop's Anniversary. He has also written plays ranging from short comedy to full-length drama. They continue to entertain drunken college students everywhere.

Lynsey Buckelew is originally from Alabama and recently moved to New York City to pursue her Master's in Vocal Performance from the Manhattan School of Music. She also enjoys musical theatre and some of her favorite roles have been Cinderella in Into the Woods and Marta in Company.

Ann Farthing is an award-winning actor, playwright, director and producer. Her plays have been produced in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston, and her short film WUNDERBAR! A New York City Cab Ride streams on Facebook and at She has taught scene-study, play analysis, directing, audition skills and improvisation.

Carl Conway Maguire is fresh out of Alabama, graduating from the University of Montevallo after playing lead roles in Company, The Seagull, Measure for Measure, and Fat Pig. He finished a summer contract with The Lost Colony as a principal in the historic drama, as well as Hysterium in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

Halley Mayo recently graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts from Hendrix College. Favorite roles include Philia in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Pennywise in Urinetown: The Musical, Margie in Landscape of the Body and Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest.

Michael Selkirk has worked as an actor on stage, on-camera and on-line in New York and Los Angeles for over 30 years. His more recent work includes a segment for The Onion, and starring in an NYFA film about a guy trying to hang himself.

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