WSRT 2023 Virtual One Acts Play Festival

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WSRT 2023 Virtual One Acts Play Festival

Virtual One Acts Play Festival featuring 7 short plays by playwrights from our current and past seasons!

By Walking Shadow Readers Theatre

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Date and time

May 26 · 4pm - June 9 · 7pm PDT



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About this event

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Walking Shadow Readers Theatre is an all virtual theatre company devoted to providing developmental readings for new plays and playwrights. As a close out to our third season, we're happy to present our third annual One Acts Play Festival!

The festival goes live May 26th, 2023 and will feature 7 short plays from playwrights we've worked with during our current 2022-2023 season and past seasons!

The festival is hosted on our website, The festival will go live at 8pm EST on the 26th, and ticket holders will have access to the festival recording until June 9th!

This year's festival lineup includes:

Closing Doors by John Minigan

When fourth-grade teacher Sandra is called on the carpet by old friend and Assistant Principal Valerie for breaking protocol in an active shooter drill, they must decide how they can protect both their students and their friendship.

My (Diagnosed) Self by Dave Osmundsen

Rachel, a newly self-diagnosed autistic woman, comes out to her gay best friend Timmy.

Nine December by William Cameron

Jack, devastated by the news of John Lennon’s murder the night before, approaches Richard, his older brother and boss, about taking a few days off from work so he can go to New York City and join the crowd of mourners outside the Dakota. While Richard denies Jack’s request, he also challenges his brother to reconsider some of the life choices he has made in recent years.

One Fish, Two Fish by Amy Dellagiarino

Joel and Natasha may not have much in common, but one thing’s for certain: they both don’t want to be at this baby shower.

The Check-Up by Scott Mullen

A young man isn't happy to have a Zoom exam with a female doctor, but things get worse when others join the session.

The Principal's Office by Cris Eli Blak

A father decides to take matters into his own hands after the bullying of his daughter, a bright high school student, goes too far and lands her in the hospital. He decides to confront the school's principal to try and get answers as to why nothing was done to put a stop to it before it got to such a dangerous point.

Things Stalin Never Said by Maximillian Gill

What to do when you feel your store of empathy has been depleted? Visit an empathicist and undergo some truly bizarre therapeutic techniques.

All tickets start at $10 and include access to the festival video through June 9th.

Only one ticket is needed per household.

We do ask that if you are watching in a larger group that you consider purchasing a ticket at a higher price point to support Walking Shadow Readers Theatre.

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