The Rockland County Times considered Stony Point’s first play festival "Call to Activism" to be "too controversial and provocative for their newspaper." Now come see “Can America Make it?” a diverse program of six thought-provoking short plays that will take place at the Stony Point Conference Center November 1, 2013 at 8pm.
"This inspiring 60-minute array of engaging and powerful plays can be presented as a stand-alone program of Contemporary Theatre or as the centerpiece for an evening of feedback and discussion on injustice and some of the solutions that individuals can enact" says Angelo Parra, author of the Off-Broadway hit, “The Devil's Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith” and author of “Playwriting for Dummies.”
Plays include society’s most wanted:
Bailout: What do you get when you put four politicians in a room?
Costly: Gun control anyone?
Ecumenical: Religion VS. Secularism, can it be possible?
Balancing Act: A political Romp
What Should I do? No really, what should I do?
Seldom Is Heard: A veteran, his wife and the National Restoration Association
Can America Make It? will benefit the Community of Living Traditions, a multifaith residency program based at SPC that practices hospitality, engages faith and cultivates nonviolence and justice.
Reception to follow!
$15.00 advance tickets. $16.00 at the door the night of the performance. Please RSVP here.
Check out our first play festival Call to Activism on YouTube.