HURT and other possibilities
3 ONE ACT PLAYS ABOUT BAD DECISIONS
AND BAD RELATIONS
GET READY FOR PHILLY THEATRE WEEK!
AUTOMATIC ARTS IS BRINGING A NEW SHOW TO THE FESTIVITIES.
See 3 new one act plays written and directed by Josh McIlvain—HURT, The Lodge, and Great Uncle. What does a hunting lodge, a trucking company and a weird uncle have in common? Come find out! Plus BUZZ, a new film poem, makes its debut screening!
February 6 at 7pm
February 7 at 7pm
February 8 at 6pm and 8pm
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The McPherson Mansion
on the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts Campus
6454 Greene Street (Mt Airy)
Philadelphia, PA 19119
3 one acts written and directed by Josh McIlvain
A 35-year-old woman is stuck in a car with her father driving to his hunting lodge while he tries to pry information from her about her mother’s personal life. Performed by Megan Thibodeaux.
After tipping over his semi on the highway trying to take a side trip to Cosco, a truck driver tries to keep his job by appealing to his boss’s religious sensibilities. Performed by Peter Kochanek, John Rosenberg, Megan Thibodeaux.
A child is an outcast to her family, except when her great uncle stops by the family compound. Performed by Effie Kammer.
BUZZ A film-poem, featuring the poetry of John M. McIlvain with an musical original score. A live reading, in which the audience does the reading, as words appear in the darkness in the rhythm they are meant to be read. Video editing, technical concept, and direction by Josh McIlvain.
Lighting designer: JJ Jury