Southern Rep Theatre to Host 3x3: THE ONE ACTS, 6/16-17
In a continuation of its mission to promote the development, production, and continued life of new plays in New Orleans, Southern Rep is announcing a new slate of 3x3: THE ONE ACTS, featuring plays by local playwrights Pat Bourgeois, Madison Curry and Sean Patterson.
"We are so proud of our history of producing new and exciting work, and 3x3 is a wonderful part of that effort. Our goal with the program is to provide a platform that will showcase emerging New Orleans playwrights; to nurture their creativity, and allow them to pursue their creative ambitions. We are thrilled with the work that our talented playwrights have produced this quarter, and we can't wait to share their stories with New Orleans!" - Aimée Hayes, Producing Artistic Director
3x3: THE ONE ACTS will be performed June 16th and 17th at Mid City Theatre (3540 Toulouse Street) at 7:30 pm. The plays featured will include SIMPLY MISUNDERSTOOD by Pat Bourgeois, THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME by Madison Curry, and THE HIDDEN SOURCE by Sean Patterson.
By Pat Bourgeois
Directed by Fred Nuccio
Starring: Joe Seibert, Cammie West and Renee Maxwell
Summary: Lady T. and Jane Doe are not the least bit amused to discover that they're forced to share therapy sessions. Newly hired psychiatrist, Malcolm Craft had no idea his job would include playing referee.
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
By Madison Curry
Directed by Harold Gervais
Starring: Jen Pagan, Desiree Ledet, Veronica Russell, and more!
Summary: A haunted house. An impending storm. A dysfunctional family. See what happens when one sister returns home for the first time in five years.
THE HIDDEN SOURCE
By Sean Patterson
Directed by Amanda Zirkenbach
Starring: James Bartelle, Jessica Marasco, Rebecca Hollingsworth, and Mike Harkins
Summary: A tortured artist and his wife await the arrival of a couple of wealthy patrons to see the portrait they've commissioned, but the canvas is blank. Will L'Artiste get the flash of inspiration he so desperately and urgently needs, or has his creative well run dry? Does the answer lie in the enormous nude he painted of his wife years ago? And what is that strange smell in his studio?