by Mathew Lombardo
June 23.24.25,30 & July 1
" Pure theatrical magic! Scathingly funny! Deliciously inapropriate"
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
This play is based on the actual 1965 recording session. Tallulah Bankhead, who arrives somewhat intoxicated, had to record one line from her last film. A five-minute session should not have taken eight hours. But to the audience's delight, it does.
by Lucy Kirkwood
August 25,26,27 & September 1,2
"Sly, gripping, darkly funny . . . This is sci-fi knitted out with real
people, real dilemmas, real scope. It's really good." THE TIMES
"A far-reaching, unsettling play about legacy, survival and responsibility."
Two retired nuclear scientists are living in an isolated cottage by the sea. There has been an accident at the nuclear power station. The world around them is crumbling. Their younger co-workers are trying to stop the worst scenario. Then an old friend arrives with a frightining request.
by William Luce
"A dazzler! A portrait of riviting complexity and paradox that finds the balletic elegance in a drunkin stagger, the poetry in a blue joke and the churning guts in a rarefied verse." THE NEW YORK TIMES
It is 1942, a few months before his death. John Barrymore has rented a stage to prepare for a comeback performance of Richard III. Barrymore jokes with the audience, spars with his prompter, reminisces about his siblings, Lionel and Ethel and remembers the better times in his life.
HOLIDAY WORKS IN PROGRESS 2
consisting of two half hour, new one act plays
from Shoreline Playwrights Group
Drama Works Theatre Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit, resident performing arts company. We are dedicated to the production of fun, entertaining, stimulating, thought provoking, inspiring and relevant theatre.