Pittsburgh New Works Festival Concludes 9/30
The fourth and final week of the Pittsburgh New Works Festival runs September 27-30 at the Father Ryan Arts Center in McKees Rocks.
The bill of world premiere one-acts begins with Forgotten Names by Pittsburgh playwright David Katzin. Produced by Rage of the Stage, the play looks at two women who get re-acquainted at their high school reunion.
Another Pittsburgh playwright is featured when McKeesport Little Theatre presents Helping Out by James Michael Shoberg. The comedy tells the tale of a man who concocts an unusual plan when he invites his parents to dinner to meet his new girlfriend.
Finally, Cup-A-Jo Productions presents Revolution by Mark Cornell. A group of historic re-enactors get a surprise they didn’t bargain for at a rural church in 15th century England.
Performances for the Pittsburgh New Works Festival are Thursday and Friday at 8pm, Saturdays at 5pm and 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.
Reservations can be made at www.pittsburghnewworks.org.