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2024 ONE ACT FEST

Coming September 13th-15th!

Book'd by Rachel Keown
directed by Rachel Keown
A number of empty wine bottles scatter among three women lounging in Adirondack chairs on the top porch of a North Carolina B & B. The time is 1:40. Gravity is an issue.
featuring: Carol Shirley Browne, Camy Sylvestre & Laura Heikkinen

Dream Meaning by Rebecca Kane
directed by Devene Godau
Charlotte has barged into Minnie's room looking for a book that will unlock the menaing of her dream. What she finds reveals the hidden secret the two sisters share.
featuring: Aurelia Hessell & Rachel Keown


-Esque & -Ish by B.C. Stands
directed by Sheryl Faber-Vachon
After putting out a call for new work, A and B discover that two of the plays submitted to their theatre company were written not just with but by artificial intelligence.
featuring: Byron Keys & Ted Goldberg

I, Phone by Tom Moran
directed by Matt Ripper
Melanie believes she knows where she's going in her life and in her car. But her Phone has other ideas.
featuring: Jenna Kellie Pittman, Montie Browne, Shaun Pittman & Barbara Mathers


Ladies of the Night by Laurie Allen
directed by Barbie Weisserman
Two elderly women, best friends since high school, decide to run away from the nursing home where they are living.

featuring: Maggie Gilkes & Maureen Mansfield

Right Field of Dreams by Stephen Kaplan
directed by Barbara Mathers
It's the bottom of the last inning. There are two outs, the bases are loaded and 10 year old Tim is playing right field. Despite enouragment from his coach, he'd rather be anywhere but there. It may take a visit from a Famous Female Baseball Player to get him to make the winning play.
featuring: Christopher Drude, Jennifer Chinn & Denise Kallas


Top Shelf Tolstoy by Maximillian Gill
directed by Jaimee Giammanco
When Erica visits the local library, she discovers it's easier to get a drink than a library card. A top shelf comedy about how one library survives modern times.
featuring: AnnMarie Payne, Shaun Pittman & Alexandra LaCombe

Writer's Vice (or The Muse's Gift) by Erin Osgood
directed by Barbie Weisserman
Desperately trying to overcome writer's block, Sal conjures his Muse as inspiration. Muse has her own motivations. Can inspiration come in the unlikeliest of places?
featuring: Bob Hotchkiss, Brooke Allen & Tracy Winsor



Friday, September 13th 8pm
Saturday, September 14th 2pm
Saturday, September 14th 8pm
Sunday, September 15th 2pm


To purchase tickets online, please visit our online box office.
To reserve tickets and pay at the door, call 313.532.4010 or email rcptickets@gmail.com.

The Rosedale Community Players is a proud member in good standing of CTAM (Community Theatre Association of Michigan) and AACT (American Association of Community Theatre). For more information about CTAM or AACT, click on their logos.