Have you ever made a decision at a split “moment” which changed the course of your life?
A "Moment" in Life -- An Evening of One-Acts features six stories of split decisions that changed someone's life forever. Ranging from hilarity to tragedy, J.E.T. Studios' production of these tender tales of twists of fate include Carrie Goldstein's darkly comic Last Exit Before Toll, wherein a driver with no change leaves her baby at a tollbooth as collateral; and Sandra J. Albert's How Many to Tango, in which a couple who have only flirted by phone finally meet in person. On the other end of the emotional spectrum, Frederick Stroppel's A Chance Meetingwonders if having an affair is worth it to spice up one's marriage, and Victoria Norman's The Pledge offers a heart-wrenching examination of a broken pledge and its consequences. "For Anne" examines a moment that shows a lifetime of love, and "Visiting Oliver" Would you give up your baby….a split moment to decide….was it the right choice?
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Last exit before toll- by Carrie Goldstein
Would you leave you infant at a toll as collateral and expect you husband to drive by after work and pick him up?
A chance Meeting by Frederick Stroppel
Would you have an affair to spice up your marriage….a moment to decide?
How many to Tango-by Sandra J. Albert
Will you sleep with him-or not? A moment to decide….
For Anne by Peter Gruen
A moment that shows a lifetime of Love….
Visiting Oliver-by Bill Nave
Would you give up your baby….a split moment to decide….was it the right choice?
The Pledge by Victoria Norman
A broken pledge and it's consequences in a split moment.
Judith E. Taranto and Bob Mccollum
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