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Hopkins, South Carolina
January 30, 2013
Auditorium
2615 Lower Richland Boulevard
Hopkins, SC 29061
Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

My high school student would like to produce this play for her Senior Directing Project...

SOURCE: email from Amy Pederson 12/3/12

 


Nagpur, India
February 9 & 16, 2013

Saturdays

In a hilarious collision of genres - a whodunnit meets situational comedy - a hotel detective is torn between duty and pleasure as he has to wrap up a murder investigation before his proverbial time is up. A Stagecraft Adda Production Directed by Anurag Kulkarni The cast: Vikash Khurana, Pranjala Chauhan, Shivam Sharma
I'm Anurag Kulkarni... I wish to stage your short play, Murder by Midnight at our college festival.

It's Hislop College, Nagpur... Its the college that allows us to rehearse in the college campus beyond the college timings... So its like we're doing 8 short plays in the college auditorium, in which one could be Murder by Midnight... It will be two shows... one only for college staff and students (Feb 9th) and another for guests, invitees, our family and friends (Feb 16th)

Ours is a group of theatre enthusiasts who've been doing plays under guidance of Vikash Khurana... We've lately started this concept of Stagecraft Adda, where we encourage people in the group to initiate, write / adapt and direct short plays... Everyone in the group is either a student or has his/her day job and thus this activity is not seen as commercial... however while reading short plays, I really liked Murder by Midnight, hence wished if we could do that.


Stagecraft Adda
8 short plays

Murder by Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective
Directed by Anurag Kulkarni


SOURCE: email 2/3/13 from Anurag Kulkarni

 


Wilmington, Delaware
February 22 & 23, 2013
The Ruby M. Stanley One-Act Festival

10 West Lea Blvd.
Wilmington, DE 19802
Friday & Saturday @ 8:00 p.m.

We want your vote! It’s our annual Festival of One-Act Plays, where your ballots send the winner to the Delaware State One Act Festival—and maybe beyond. See a wonderful variety of short plays—dramas, comedies, mysteries, and originals—and exercise your right to vote!

This year’s lineup of One Acts is:

SCENES FROM ALMOST MAINE
Written by: John Cariani
Directed by Eric Merlino and Helene DelNegro
Starring:
     Jeremiah Dillard
     Heather Ferrel
     Steve Haack
     Becky Spencer

 

THE NEW TESTAMENT                                 
Written by: Neil LaBute
Directed by: Joe Pukatsch
Starring:
     Kathleen Kimber
     Tricia LaRock
     Brian Turner

 

FIFTY SHADES OF MURDER
(two short plays about crime and…um, crime)
directed by: Rob Tietze
 
MURDER BY MIDNIGHT
Written by: Jeff Goode
Starring:
          Jeremiah Dillard
          Tricia La Rock Sullivan
          Steve Haack
 
CARMEN DICK:FEMINIST PRIVATE EYE
Written by: Brian E. Rochlin
Starring:
          Louise Craiggen
          Jeremiah Dillard
          Steve Haack
          Tricia La Rock Sullivan

 

FOR WHOM THE SOUTHERN BELLE TOLLS
written by: Christopher Durang
Directed by: Mike Barko
Starring:
     Bethany Bohn
     Anthony Bosco
     Kathy Buterbaugh
     Andrew Chambless

SOURCE: 2/19/13 email from Kathy Buterbaugh NOTE: For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls was performed at DTAFest on March 2 and took place sending them on to Rome NY for the regional competition Facebook postings at the time congratulated the Ruby M Stanley festival as a whole for the victory.

 


Weslaco, Texas
April 6, 2013
Ten Tantalizing Ten Minute Plays
Eugene Braught Memorial Theater
525 S. Kansas Ave.
Weslaco, TX 78596
Saturday @ 5:00 p.m. - one night only!

I came across your play and would like to perform it with my theatre group, International Theatre of Texas. ITheatre is a nonprofit organization and is supported by its patrons and local businesses. We believe that our community can support local arts / artists and by doing so will be culturally enriched by it. Our mission is to make theatre accessible to everyone. We will strive to produce professional quality theatrical productions that entertain and inspire our community.

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

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Billings, Montana
April 17 & 18, 2013
11 Pieces of 10

1511 Poly Drive
Billings, MT 59102
Wednesday & Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.

11 Pieces of 10: A One-Act Festival
Come on down and see what these new, fresh directors have to bring to the table!

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

Directed by Melissa Justice

Dick Piston: Broderick Cornett
Woman: Holeigh Shafer
Bellhop: Carl Redman

https://www.facebook.com/events/350599821710725/ Auditions: 11 Pieces of 10 https://www.facebook.com/RmcsTheatreArtsDepartment/posts/177889362359689 Hosted by: Rocky Mountain College Audition Date: Sunday, March 17, 2013 Time: 7:00-8:30 PM Place: Losekamp Performance Dates: April 17 & 18 @7PM All members of the Billings community are welcome! All ages are also welcome! Come on down for a crazy evening of auditions. Featuring 11 directors and shows. Each show is 10 minutes long. Directors consist of: Catherine Kenney Kimmie Row Laura Barsotti Wyatt Gustainis Shane Patrick McClurg Melissa Justice Brodie Cornett Taylor Hart Kiffin Irwin Jeff Kuykendall Alonzo Daniel Marquez Please come prepared with a positive attitude, a complete list of conflicts, and a resume.

SOURCE: https://www.facebook.com/events/350599821710725/?source=1

 


Collegeville, Pennsylvania
April 22-24, 2013
One-Act Play Festival
Kaleidoscope Rehearsal Studio

601 E. Main Street
Collegeville, PA 19426
Monday through Wednesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Tickets $2

Breakaway presents its annual One-Act Play Festival. Consisting of five student-directed plays, the One-Act Play Festival is your last chance to experience live theater before the end of the semester. Plays range from comedies to thought-provoking dramas.

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective
My name is David Martin, and I am the treasurer for Breakaway Student Productions, the student-run production company at Ursinus College. We would like to perform your play, MURDER BY MIDNIGHT: The Further Adventures of DICK PISTON, HOTEL DETECTIVE (but not much further) as part of our One-Act Play Festival this spring. This would be a nonprofessional performance in a theatre with 50 seats. There would be three performances of the play, April 22-24, and tickets would be two dollars apiece.

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Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
April 23 & 24, 2013
Inter-House Play Festival

Wellington Road
Parktown, Gauteng
Winner - Best Production
Winner - Best Actor - Devon Welmers as Dick Piston
Winner - Best Set

SEE NOTE:

This year promises to be another exciting and fun-filled drama year at Parktown Boys’ High school. Our year kicked off with the Inter-house plays on 23 and 24 April 2013. This was an amazing journey through all genres of theatre. This year four plays were written by the boys themselves…an amazing achievement by the boys.

INTER HOUSE PLAYS

During the second term the boys were busy preparing for the annual inter house play competition that was held in the school hall. Each house was appointed a director and auditions have taken place to find budding thespians to create their masterpieces. The directors of the different houses then choose a play and the fun were brilliantly executed. Well done to all directors, actors and crew members.

PLAYS OF EACH HOUSE

Thebans - Are you normal, Mr. Norman?
Romans - Murder by Midnight
Spartans - When the day comes one must flee
Trojans - Even Hitmen have mothers that loath them
Tuscans - The best restaurant in town
Vulcans - How do I survive form 1!

The adjudicators for this year's Inter House Plays were Kabelo Murray, DUane Behrens and Agnes Jooste whose adjudications were of an exceptional standard!


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Magnolia, Arkansas
April 23, 24 & 25, 2013
Ten Minute Play Festival
(10 minute plays directed by our Directing class students)
Harton Theatre

100 E. University
Magnolia, AR 71753
Tuesday through Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.

Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.


Southern Arkansas University's Department of Theatre and Mass Communications presents a 10-Minute Play Festival scheduled for April 23, 24 and 25, 2013, in Harton Theatre at SAU. The house opens each night at 6:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Come see nine ten minute plays directed by the directing class students!

SAU theatre students involved in the productions include Jaden Avance as assistant house manager; Brennan Beams as a member of the house crew and as director; Ember Bentz as assistant stage manager; Amanda Cannon as an actor; Caleb Carrier as assistant lighting designer, actor and director; Zac Cupp as house manager; Sterling Davis as costume assistant; Nevin Edmundson as director and actor; Noel Fischbauer as actor; Mercy Fuentes as publicity chair and member of the house crew; Lauren Hardy as light board operator and director; Rachel Howell as hair/makeup assistant; Yalile Johnson as stage manager; Caleb Jones as light designer, director and member of the house crew; Ariel Kelley as prop assistant; Desirae Lee as costume assistant; Terence Lee as sound board operator and director; Kelsey McElhannon as director; Robert Morris on the house crew and as a director; Kelsey Padilla as an actor; Logan Sweeten as prop master; Abbie Taylor as sound designer; Kaylee Vance as director and an actor; Christian Williams as director and hair/makeup designer; and Matthew Wise as costume designer and actor.


Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

directed by Caleb Jones

starring Matthew Wise, Kaylee Vance and Caleb Carrier

I am hoping to get permission to produce your play "Murder By Midnight" for an upcoming performance of 10 minute plays directed by our Directing class students at Southern Arkansas University.

SOURCE: Clayton Guiltner email 4/1/13

 


Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
April 24-27, 2013
Music, Mystery and Magic
Bagpiper Theater

3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday @ 8:00 p.m.
Saturday @ 2:00 p.m.
Tickets are $2 at the door; and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Music, Mystery and Magic," a collection of student-directed one-act plays, will show at the Bagpiper Theater on Wednesday through Friday, April 24-26 at 8 p.m., and on Saturday, April 27 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $2 at the door; and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

These shows are a culmination of the combined efforts of seniors who have participated in Geneva College Theatre for most of their college careers. The five performances included in the production cover a wide variety of genres and themes.


Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

directed by Tiffany Battey

DICK PISTON ... Adam Rowe
WOMAN ... Lindsey Bernheisel
BELLHOP ... Ben Rumeau


SOURCE: http://www.genevavoice.com/student-produced-one-act-plays-open/

 


Modesto, California
April 25, 2013
Night of Student Directed One-Acts
Little Theater

1717 Sylvan Avenue
Modesto, CA 95355
Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective
I just wanted to thank you for the rights to perform your script. It was a huge success in our night of student directed one-acts. Lots of laughs and a great night. Thank you again and best of luck with all your writings. --Melanie Hildebrandt

SOURCE: Melanie Hildebrandt

 


Alliance, Ohio
April 25, 2013
Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival

1972 Clark Ave.
Alliance, Ohio 44601
Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.

Performance venue - 200 Expected audience - 50 Type of production - Student directed one-acts Cost of admission - free Number of performances - 1
Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

SOURCE: 4/21/13 email from Kevin P. Kern

 


Asheville, North Carolina
April 28 & 29, 2013
Directing I One-Act Festival
Carol Belk Theater

1 University Heights
Asheville, NC 28804
Sunday & Monday & 7:30 p.m.
Admission is free!

UNCA's Drama Department Presents...
Directing I One-Act Festival

Sunday shows:

"Bedtime Story" by Christopher Lockheardt
Directed by Carson Rose Funk

"The Wedding Story" by Julianne Homokay
Directed by Olivia Medoff

"The Remote" by Mark Harvey Levine
Directed by Charlie Napier

"Beer Girl" by Walter Wykes
Directed by Kyle Blank

"The Chocolate Affair" by Stephanie Alison Walker
Directed by Jacob Williams

Monday Shows:

"The Divine Fallacy" by Tina Howe
Directed by Jane Hallstrom

"The Next Mrs. Jacob Anderson" by Ann Wuehler
Directed by Maggie Wasielewski

"Traces of Memory" by Ann Wuehler
Directed by JD Granade

"Double Murder" by Scott Klavan
Directed by Brad Mercier

"Murder By Midnight" by Jeff Goode
Directed by Keagan Bates

"How to Survive in Corporate America" by Ian August
Directed by Griffin Payne


SOURCE: http://drama.unca.edu/theatre-unca

 


Huntsville, Texas
May 3 & 4, 2013


Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

Directed by Brittany Jackson


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Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
May 8-10, 2013
McRoberts One Acts

8980 Williams Road
Richmond, British Columbia, V7A 1G6, Canada
Wednesday & Thursday matinees
Wednesday & Friday evening performances

Hugh McRoberts Secondary will be hosting McRoberts One Acts and wishes to use one of your playwrites as one of the series performances in our school plays. As I just confirmed today, the performances will take place during the second week of May, in Hugh McRoberts Secondary School, Richmond, B.C., Canada -- Matinees on May 8th and 9th, and evening performances on May 8th and 10th.
Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

directed by Christine Jia Yi Wu


SOURCE: Christine Wu & Jacqueline Chan emails 4/11/13

 


New York, New York
May 9-11, 2013
2013 CCNY One Act Festival

Compton Goethals Hall - Rooms 310 and 318
(corner of 140th Street and Amsterdam)
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
Thursday, May 9th
6:30PM - Group A
8:30PM - Group B

Friday, May 10th
6:30PM - Group C
8:30PM - Group A

Saturday, May 11th
4:00PM - Group C
6:30PM - Group B


Tuesday, May 7th - Open Dress Rehersal 6:30PM - Group A 8:30PM - Group B Wednesday, May 8th - Open Dress Rehearsal 6:30PM - Group C Thursday, May 9th 6:30PM - Group A 8:30PM - Group B Friday, May 10th 6:30PM - Group C 8:30PM - Group A Saturday, May 11th 4:00PM - Group C 6:30PM - Group B BREAKDOWN OF PLAYS, GROUPS, AND ROOMS: PLAYS IN CG 310: Group A: SATURDAY WITH MARTIN, by David Johnston Directed by Samantha Randolph Martin Thomas Gonzalez Charlie Sean Beck FAMILY 2.0, by Walter Wykes Directed by Darilyn Castillo Husband Shatique Brown Wife Geraldine Carpentier Son Marcus Potts Daughter Shaunté Truick First Husband/Dog Bryan Edwards RESERVATIONS FOR TWO, by Lori Goodman Directed by Christy Gomez Jim Rafael Rodriguez Anne Ana Velazquez JUMPING, by William Borden Directed by Jonathan Cruz Jerry David Hadaller Denise Anyale Contin BRUSH YOURSELF OFF AND MOVE ON, by Megan Boduch Directed by Sharifa Dickinson June Nikeeyia Howell Sue Tamar Lopez Logan Justin Roblero Group B: HOW HE LIED TO HER HUSBAND, by George Bernard Shaw Directed by Rachel April He Kasper Kuzmicki She Tamar Lopez Her Husband Adrian Buitron THE THREAD MEN, by Thomas C. Dunn Directed by Alessandro Barbarotto John David Hadaller Addelin Paul Marquez MARY JUST BROKE UP WITH THIS GUY, by Garth Wingfield Directed by Jennifer Gil Mary Ruby Hurlock The Dates Nelson Patino, Jr. THE CAT CONNECTION, by Elyse Nass Directed by Nydia Byrd May Sheba Jones Leona Katarina Lugo Group C: CHRISTMAS PRESENT, by Amy Herzog Directed by Hilary Rolstone Benji Bret Tucker Jess Kaitlyn Seabury GERARD AND JOSIE…A LOVE STORY, by Donna de Matteo Directed by Hope Cochran Gerard Ervin Vasquez Josie Pearl Huang Fausto Emre Sezgin STARFISHES, by Michael Ross Albert Directed by Ayanna Williams Eli Simon Calderon Chastity Kaitlyn Seabury RECEPTION, by D.M. Larson Directed by Natanael Ramos James Vincent Taccetta Mindy Joann Mieses Pete Gregory Mercedes THE BLUEBERRY HILL ACCORD, by Daryl Watson Directed by Rosamaria Prado Hannah Laurie Tezak Lindsay Bianca Gaston

PLAYS IN CG 318:
Group A: WANDA'S VISIT, by Christopher Durang Directed by Maggie Lalley Wanda Daisy Guevara Jim Sean Bennett Geoghan Marsha Katie Lugo Waiter Rasheem Luchie THE SPLIT DECISION, by William Moseley Directed by Nicole Gray Ginger Sura Contin David Paul Marquez PEACE IN OUR TIME, by Larry Cadman Directed by Lisbert Peralta Pete James Curran Erik Gregory Mercedes LEFGOOK, by Wade Barnes Directed by Sara O'Sullivan Grasha Maureen Gonzalez Palhorn Shahzeb Leghari Man Jon Eaddy Woman Desiree Rosado THE CAT CONNECTION, by Elyse Nass Directed by Edwin Polanco May Katherine Pena Leona Yishan Tu Group B: THE SANDALWOOD BOX, by Mac Wellman Directed by Alex DeSantis Marsha Karen Vigo Claudia Mercedes Williams Female Chorus/Marsha Voice-Over Paulette Marks Female Chorus/Doctor Gladys Stone Miyu Sakurai Male Chorus/ Osvaldo Hayder Al-Shakarchi Male Chorus/Bus Driver Diosme Rodriguez WORDS WORDS WORDS, by David Ives Directed by Jennifer Karlsen Kafka Tamadra Williams Swift Bret Tucker Milton Michael Anthony INTERVIEW WITH LONELINESS, by Ann Wuehler Directed by Christine Yarde Janet Daisy Guevara Annalea Sara Blanc Queela Whitney Thomas ROSEMARY WITH GINGER, by Edward Allan Baker Directed by Bianca Bailey Rosemary Teresa Pigford Ginger Corianna Givens THE VIRTUOUS BURGLAR, Dario Fo Directed by Herna Rodriguez Burglar Ishmael Robinson His Wife Candees Brown Man Branden Baskin Woman Sura Contin Anna Vanessa Tlachi Antonio Mark Garcia Second Burglar Edwin Polanco

Group C:
BREAKFAST AND BED, by Amy Fox Directed by Katherine Guenther Eloise Paulette Marks Alexis Anyale Contin CINNAMON RAINBOW, by Ann Wuehler Directed by Sashan Finnikin Lucy Annie Deng Tony Alexander Federico

MURDER BY MIDNIGHT, by Jeff Goode
Directed by Andrew Pollard
Dick Sam Franco
Woman Yanelli Frias
Bellhop Vern Wilson
FIFTEEN MINUTES, by Dave DeChristopher Directed by Bilal Walker Nancy Brittany Caruso Anthony Ted Lovinsky Libby Nina Day Bledsoe Rachel Baccus Audience Q Elektra Gardere THE DOOR, by Paul Elliott Directed by Darrell Wyatt Grace Nina Nmecha Justin Ugo Okworogwo


SOURCE: http://allevents.in/New%20York/2013-One-Act-Play-Festival-City-College-of-New-York/454125184663479

 


Koreitem, Beirut, Lebanon
May 22, 2013
Selina Korban Theatre
LAU Byblos Campus

Koreitem, Beirut, Lebanon
Wednesday @ 19:00

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

Directed by Christophe El Moujabber

Performed by
Alex Abdallah
Daniella Sarkis
Ghinwa El Hayek

Designed by Alex Abdallah

This is Christophe El Moujabber, i live in lebanon and i study at the Lebanese American University ( LAU ). I'm majoring in Communication Arts, and i have a course called play production. i wanted to ask you if you mind if i use the play called Murder by Midnight.

SOURCE: Christophe El Moujabber email 2/24/13

 


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
May 2013



Directed by Diana Ifft

Dick Piston ... ???
The Woman ... ???
Bellhop ... Brendan Senaway


web page discovered 2015 - actual dates unknown:

http://castingpitt.com/user/8342

My name is Brendan Senaway I was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on October 13, 1989. I started to gain an interest in theater and acting when I was a teenager. I had my first experience in performing at the age of 13 when I played one of the narrator's in Fiddler on the Roof. Next I took a theater arts class during my senior year of high school. After that I went on to study theater at Community College of Allegheny County where I attended many classes and performed in multiple stage plays. I even once had the opportunity to direct a short play known as The Tarantino Variation. I have also worked as an extra in several movies such as Warrior, The Perks of being a Wallflower, Won't Back Down, and a television show called Those Who Kill. I am willing to take any kind of opportunities that I can find involving theater or film whether it be acting, directing, and even modeling.

Hamlit Marcellus, Haratio, Osric Ben Blazer CCAC
Wonder of the World Helicopter Pilot Ben Blazer CCAC
Murder by MidnightHotel Bellhop Dianna Ifft CCAC
WarriorAudience member Lionsgate
The Perks of being a Wallflower High school student Summit Entertainment
Wont Back DownProtester Blue Productions
Those Who KillPittsburgh Police Officer Fox 21
The Mysterious DayMan Mind Plunge Entertainment
Fiddler on the RoofNarrator Harrison Middle School
Speak the SpeechClifford Ben Blazer CCAC

according to https://www.linkedin.com/pub/brendan-senaway/52/984/109 Brendan was at CCAC 2008-2012

according to https://www.linkedin.com/pub/diana-ifft/4b/84b/895 Diana Ifft is adjunct theatre faculty 2003-present (2015)


WHOOPS! Just discovered this tidbit by clicking on the role on castingpitt:

Production Information: Murder by Midnight Dir. or Production Co.: Dianna Ifft CCAC

Production Date: May, 2013

theatre's website: https://www.facebook.com/ccacsouthcampustheatre?fref=ts

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Cincinnati, Ohio
June 7 & 8, 2013
A WEEKEND OF ONE-ACTS VI: The Difference Between Men & Women
Little Shoestring Theatre

4th Floor, Room 424 A&B
8845 Governor's Hill Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45249
Friday & Saturday @ 7:30 p.m.

A WEEKEND OF ONE-ACTS VI: The Difference Between Men & Women

Our largest night of 10-Minute Plays Ever, so big that it had to be presented over 2 separate nights, featuring 14 all-new comedies! Plays included MURDER BY MIDNIGHT, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN THE AMAZING JESUS, THE CHOCOLATE AFFAIR, WHAT HAPPENS BEHIND THE BAR STAYS BEHIND THE BAR, ELEMENTARY DATING TECHNIQUES, THE GAS STATION AMENDMENT, THE AUDITION, PROPER PARENTING SKILLS, SQUASHED LIKE A GRAPREFRUIT, GET TO 'DA CHAPEL!, THE DMV LADY, THE KISS and TOM, DICK AND HAIRY.


'Weekend of One Acts VI' Debuts This Friday and Saturday Night, June 7th and 8th

Its the close of another year at AIOHC and to launch Graduation Week The Shoestring Players ?is going out in grand fashion as always. A WEEKEND OF ONE ACTS VI: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN will debut in Room 424, otherwise known as the Theatre Troupe Ampitheatre at 7:30pm Friday night. All new plays will be seen there on Saturday night. "That's the plan," says Erik Sprowls, the Producer of the program and facuulty advisor to the troupe. "We just had too many this quarter. As the Shoestring Players gains in popularity at the Art Institute, I guess its inevitable. We have a record of 14 One Act Plays making their debut this weekend."


'Weekend of One Acts VI' A Smash; Christmas Show Already In The Works Gene Ford June 23, 2013

It was two more sold out performances as the Shoestring Players closed out the season in spectacular fashion with all new shows on Friday and Saturday June 7th and 8th. The usual standing room only was the norm as both nights packed in audiences once again. The 6th Bonnie Awards where AIOHC honors the best actors, actresses, directors and the like twice a year. ?Date is TBA but will be sometime this summer. The date is set for the next stage performance which will be this Winter. Circle your calendars for December 6th and 7th at 7:30pm. "We just dont know what we're going to do just yet," says Erik Sprowls the producer of the show. "It depends on the students and what they want to do since they are the lifeblood of our theatre troupe. Some are leaning toward a dinner theatre, some are leaning toward another murder mystery. Some tell me they are writing their own plays. Whatever it is it will be...artistic!" Stay tuned to this site for further details.

Images are from "A WEEKEND OF ONE ACTS VI: The Difference Between Men and Women," presented June of 2013 at the One Acts Little Shoestring Theatre, on the campus of the Art Institute of Ohio in Cincinnati, 4th Floor, Room 424 A&B.

The Weekend of One Acts 6 will take place June 7th and 8th at 7:30. In the Sprowls Memorial amphitheater, 4th floor of the main building. See you then for some great comedies!

facebook post 6/9/13 Congratulations on two brilliant nights and two brilliant shows! We had a packed house on both nights and the crowd was bonkers!

The 2013 Bonnie Awards extravaganza was a hit once again and the winners were announced through the usual fanfare. The TV Broadcast will be Sunday, September 15th at 9pm right here on this site. Winners included: BEST COSTUMES/PROPS - Get to 'Da Chapel, Robert Bryant, Director BEST MAKEUP - Squashed Like A Grapefruit- Linda Carver, Director BIGGEST LAUGH OF THE NIGHT - Elementary Dating - Perry Hull GO TO GUY AWARD - Justin Moore, Linda Carver BEST ACTRESS - Paige Branson for The Gas Station Amendment, Linda Carver for The DMV Lady BEST ACTOR - Rook for The Gas Station Amendment, Caleb Showalter for The DMV Lady BEST DIRECTOR - Jon Pittman for Murder By Midnight BEST PLAY OVERALL - The Gas Station Amendment


"Murder by Midnight"
Directed by Jon Pittman

Dick Piston.....Joe Baca
Woman In Towel.....Paige Branson
Bellhop.....Eric O'Donnell


6th Annual Bonnie Awards
Honoring the Best of the Shoestring Players and the AIOHC Theatre Troupe of 2013
Live Friday 8/23 Room 424, Fourth Floor
Best Director - Jon Pittman ("Murder by Midnight")
Best Actress (tie) - Paige Branson ("Murder by Midnight", "The Gas Station Amendment", "Get to Da Chapel!") and Linda Carver ("The DMV Lady", "Squashed Like A Grapefruit")

SOURCE: http://www.shoestringplayers.net/#!past-productions/c1bf2

 


San Luis Obispo, California
June 8 & 9, 2013
Black Box Studio Theatre

1 Grand Avenue, Building 45
San Luis Obispo, California

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

Directed by Evan Camacho

My name is Evan Camacho and I am a student Director at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. I came across your play Murder by Midnight and I would like to know if it is available for producing and how much the rights are. I hope to hear from you soon. Place of performance: California State Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo, CA 93407 Black Box Studio Theatre Producing organization: TH450 Directing Class c/o Theatre and Dance Department 1 Grand Avenue, Building 45 San Luis Obispo, CA 93407 Seating capacity: 65 audience members Ticket prices: $5 Number of performances: 2 nights Performance Dates Saturday, June 8, 2013 Sunday, June 9, 2013 University Non-Equity Amateur Production

SOURCE: Evan Camacho email 4/5/13

 


Dublin, Ireland
June 15, 2013
June Shindig
The Pearse Centre Theatre
27 Pearse Street
Saturday @ 7:00 p.m.

That's right guys, it's back.
Our bi annual showcase theatre event where we let our members direct and act in pieces they find or write themselves.
It's a great night filled with dramatic and comedic pieces.
Yes there will be an after show party.
Yes it actually does start at 7.30 this time.
Yes it's only 5 euro.

Tell your friends about it but remember there are only about 60 seats. It's a first come first served basis so get there early. Doors will open at 7.

This time we have pieces directed by Dave McGowan, Árni Haraldsson, Jonathan Shortall, Tommithy Hughes, Joe Feldpausch, Andrea Scott, Dan McCormack, Maria Mac Mullan, Robert Byrne, Brian John Patrick Quinn and Marie-Louise Mac Manus Lonergan


Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective
Dear Mr Goode, I would like to enquire about rights for your short play Murder by Midnight. I am a part of an amateur drama group based in Dublin, Ireland, and as we have an event coming up where we are to perform several short plays, I would like to use yours. This is an unpaid event so there will be no profit. I look forward to your reply. Kind regards, Andrea Scott

SOURCE: email 5/15/13 Andrea Scott

 


Mesra, Ranchi, India
August 27, 2013
Drama Nite '13

Tuesday evening

Drama Nite '13

featuring:

Nimansa
Panahgah
While the Auto Waits
Murder by Midnight

The Dramatics Society of BIT Mesra brought to life the aforesaid features and much more on the stage of the CAT on the evening of 27th of August, 2013. Aimed at welcoming the fresher batch, acquainting them with the activities of the Society and entertaining them all the same, the event attracted a large crowd.


SOURCE: http://www.napsbitmesra.com/drama-nite-13/

 


Clovis, New Mexico
August 30, 2013
Class of 1956 & 1957 Reunion
Clovis Civic Center
801 Schepps Blvd
Clovis, NM 88101

Greetings one and all! Hope the summer is going well for each of you! The Brickstreet Players have been asked to perform for the upcoming class of 1957 class reunion! We’re super excited! We will be doing a short comedy/murder mystery play and possibly some Carol Burnett skits. Fun times ahead! We would like to perform your play Murder By Midnight. We are a new community theatre company and have been asked by the Clovis High School class of 1957 to entertain them and we found your play. It is very funny. We will perform it one night on August 31, 2013. There will be about 100 people in attendance. What will be the royalties be for this one performance? Jennifer Brandon on Facebook 8/29/13: Brickstreet Players will be performing tomorrow evening at the Civic Center for the Reunion Class of 1956 and 1957, feeling excited!!! Jennifer Brandon on Facebook 9/2/2013: Our show for the reunion class of '56 and '57 went great! We had fun! Way to go team!

SOURCE: emails from Mark Schmidt (7/15/13) and Jennifer Brandon (7/22/13)

 


Stony Brook, New York
October 18 & 19, 2013
October 25 & 26, 2013
A Shot In the Dark

Tabler Arts Center - Black Box
500 Circle Drive
Stony Brook, NY 11790
3:00 and 8:00 p.m.

Well, Ladies and Gentleman, the moment you all have been waiting for, A SHOT IN THE DARK the Stony Brook Actors Conservatory's series of one act comedies will be performed this weekend at the Tabler Arts Center Black Box ! I hope you all can attend It will be hilarious. The show involves Murder, Mystery, French Supervillians and Conjoined twins! COME ON OUT and have a rip roaring good time and be prepared to laugh!

Hi I am part of a group called the Stony Brooks Actors Conservatory. We wanted to use your one act in a show that we are calling a Shot In the Dark. We are a group not associated with the theater department at Stony Brook. We are putting on a show free to the students those and the place we are going to have the show sits a maximum of fifty people. We wanted to know how much it would cost us to be able to perform your show for two nights

10/4/13:
I wanted to tell you we to decide we are putting on a third show


SOURCE: Scott Eisenberg 8/24/13

 


Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
October 23 & 24, 2013
Inter-House Plays

Cnr Roberts Avenue and Good Hope Street
Wednesday & Thursday

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

Newsletter 17/2013 - 28 October 2013:

HOUSE PLAYS Article by Ms. Enslin

The 2013 inter-house plays went off with a bang. Every single house had entered a play beforehand, and most of them were written by our very own learners.

Thanks go out to the technical crew (you know who you are) and the MC for the evenings - you are always so willing to give of your time and skills and you should know how much it is appreciated!

The adjudicators were enthusiastic and spontaneous and gave the boys who took part such lovely feedback. They were mightily impressed with the level of involvement and the exorbitant amount of talent exhibited. They went so far as to suggest Jeppe was mad for not having Speech and Drama as a subject, given the enthusiasm and talent (at which point many of the boys turned to give me a knowing glare.)

Each of the plays brought something unique to the table in our little two-night festival.

The event was opened on Wednesday by Koodoo house. The play was a lovely commentary on some aspects of our history, making the piece relevant and poignant, as well as incorporating some excellent humour. Well done to these boys, who won the inter-house comp overall, as well as taking the awards for best actor and director.

We were then dazzled by the boys of Duiker house, who gave a witty and well-executed performance about a series of hotel murders. Such stage presence and talent in this small cast! The adjudicators felt it necessary to create a best actress award based on this performance.

Oribi ended off the first night's plays with a hilarious skit involving foreigners attempting to travel by South African taxi. The players kept to their various characters superbly and laughs were had all round. The award for best stage management was snapped up by this large and enthusiastic cast and crew.

Thursday brought on completely different moments of awe. The evening was launched with a spectacular, and silent, play by Impala - after threatening to forfeit their points altogether. They really pulled this one out of the hat. It wasn't any kind of piece one would expect to see performed so gracefully by a bunch of high school fellas. They walked away with the awards for best script interpretation and best costume and make-up.

Tsessebe went next, with a wonderful play depicting the lives of several teenagers and a few hidden romances. Many mirthful moments were carried by this awesome cast. The jokes, the surprises, the twists in the tale… all deserving of the best ensemble work award, and the third place overall - not forgetting the best supporting actor award.

Roan house took the audience into interval time with their intriguing tale of passive revolution. Forget guns and gangs, just dance! The cast really seemed to enjoy their time on stage, which is ultimately what this inter-house drama is all about. Many faces in this play that I would like to see getting more involved in this kind of arena.

The next house to perform took second place overall, and also achieved the award for best script. Eland's play was co-written by two of our own, this play touched on some important issues that society often refuses to deal with. Don't be fooled by the serious tone of that sentence, however, as the entire play was riddled with appropriate and aptly portrayed humour. Casting for this play was truly commendable, as each character got stuck in and carried away with their individual parts of the story.

To end off the whole affair was Sable house - another flight risk - that came through with a unique take on death and extended family. Again, the characters took on their roles very well. It is always impressive to see so many learners involved and showing enthusiasm for their houses. The accents put on in this play (and others) alone is testament to the depth and range of talent hidden in these old stone walls.

A massive thank you to all who came to support - parents, learners and staff alike! And for those of you who missed it, you missed out. Be sure to catch it next year.

8thSableTogether at Death
7thRoanPassive Revolution
6thDuikerMurder by Midnight
5thImpala..... And Darkness
4thOribiDrive down to Durban
3rdTsessebeAnd they lived happily never after
2ndElandSociety's Fault
1stKoodooCompositional 3


The awards were as follows:

Director: Koodoo
Make up and Costume: Impala
Stage Management: Oribi
Best Ensemble Work: Tsessebe (Sangoma Scene)
Best Script: Eland
Best Script Interpretation: Impala

Best Supporting Actor: Harry Dicks (Hagen Hartig - Tsessebe)
Best Actress: Ms Guy (Ryan Naamdhew - Duiker)
Best Actor: Thabo (Matthew De Bie - Koodoo)



SOURCE: http://jeppeboys.co.za/article/newsletter-172013---25-october-2013-2013-10-25

 


Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
November 13-15, 2013
one-act play festival

212 Glebe Avenue
Wednesday through Friday

Murder By Midnight
featuring Dick Piston, Hotel Detective

directed by Owen Kewell


My name is Owen Kewell and I'm a Grade 12 student at Glebe Collegiate Institute. There is an upcoming one-act play festival at my school and I am writing to request your permission to direct a version of your play 'Murder by Midnight'. The festival will be running for four days sometime in late October/early November. I expect there will be roughly 80-100 people at each performance, and the ticket price will likely be $5-$7

SOURCE:

 


Athens, Georgia
November 19 & 20, 2013
UGA's Play Direction Class Presents:
Two Evenings of One-Act Plays

Department of Theatre & Film Studies
Fine Arts Building
Cellar Theatre
255 Baldwin Street
Athens, GA 30602
Tuesday @ 4:20-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday @ 4:00-7:30 p.m.

UGA's Play Direction Class Presents: Two Evenings of One-Act Plays

The Boor by Anton Chekhov
Directed by Andrew Rabanal:
Mrs. Popov: Ashley Ware
Mr. Smirnoff: Chris Sharpley
Luka: Connor Sherouse

Baby Food by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Thaddaeus Abbott:
Joyce: Hannah Kleveshal
Danita: Diana Lam
Marlon: Chris Stallcup
Gary: Kevin Von Danz

"The Raven" from Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe by Eric Coble
Directed by Ali Olhausen:
The Raven: Caleb Zane
Lenore: Tori Stonica
Edgar Allan Poe: Thaddaeus Abbot
Roderick: Jeofry Wages
Edgar: Giselle Fernandez
Madeline: Krista Walker

Cookies by John Bray
Directed by Haley McIntosh:
Walter: Isaac Hopkins
Toby: Sean Smith
Dirk: Ellen Curry

Murder By Midnight by Jeff Goode
Directed by Heather Kane:
Dick Piston: Chris Stalcup
Woman: Lara Limbaugh
Bellhop: Benjamin Roper

Green Sound by John Bray
Directed by Miranda Yancey:
Taylor: Luke G
Molly: Sarah Howard

Eden by Claudia Barnett
Directed by Taylor Brooks:
Adam: Isaac Hopkins
Eve: Ashley Ware

Borrowed Parts by Walter Wykes
Directed by Brock Shanks:
Martha: Jenna Coleman
Otto: Brian Perez

Lonesome Cruiser by Alex Broun
Directed by Jennifer Latimore:
Lex: Brian Perez or Luke G
Lucy: Jasmine

Medusa's Tale by Carol S. Lashof
Directed by Jayln Fleming:
Perseus: Brock Shanks
Lead Ensemble: Brian Perez
Poseidon: Curtis Wyatt
Girl: Hayden Field
Athena: Rachel Verlander
Medusa: Brooke Owens
Ensemble: Bree Preuitt, Maddie Ross, Tano Toussaint

The Worker by Walter Wykes
Directed by Cantrell Williams:
Man: Andrew Rabanal
Woman: Hayden Field
The Messenger: Reginald Askew

Heart of Hearing by Joseph Zeccola
Directed By: Kayla Edwards
Angie: Stephanie Bacastow
Josh: Sam Little

Coffee On? by John Bray
Directed by Callie Still:
Michael: Brad Burnham
Wendy: Ella Aultman

I Love You Terribly by Claudia Barnett
Directed by Victoria Vasquez:
Him: Brad Burnham
Her: Ali Olhausen

Sun Dried by Edna Ferber
Directed by Julianne Whitehead:
Charlie: Isaac Hopkins
Man: Miles Haslam
Mary-Louise: Tori Stoenica

A Midnight Clear by L.B. Hamilton
Directed by Dalton Sapp:
Luke: Jase Wingate
Paul: Aaron Kline
Nurse: Bailey Johnson


SOURCE: http://www.studenteventfinder.com/event.php?e=553330048082086 UGA's Play Direction Class Presents: Two Evenings of One-Act Plays Heather Elizabeth Kane UGA Fine Arts Building Tuesday, November 19 at 4:20pm - November 20 at 7:30pm THEA 5600's One-Act Play Showcase!!! Tuesday, November 19 4:20-7:30 Wednesday, November 20 4:00-7:30 Cost of admission: Free Location: Cellar Theatre

 


Lublin, Poland
November 28, 2013

Staszica 1, 20-087
Lublin, Poland
Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.

Reżyseria: Adrian Krać
Autor: Jeff Goode
Przekład: Adrian Krać
Czas trwania: 15 min
Występują: Barbara Jaskmanicka, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek

Dick Piston jest hotelowym detektywem, który całe noce spędza na prowadzeniu śledztw w sprawie dokonywanych w Hotelu Lakeview morderstw oraz upijaniu się tanią whisky w hotelowym barze. Pewnej nocy do jego biura wpada niezwykle piękna, zmysłowa i seksowna ofiara zabójstwa. Od tego momentu detektyw Piston zostaje wplątany w kolejną beznadziejną sprawę, którą będzie musiał rozwiązać w niecałe dziesięć minut.

Po naszym spektaklu wystąpi grupa No Potatoes ze swoim impro.
Wstęp na obydwa pokazy 6zł, płatne przy barze.

Directed by: Adrian Krać
Author: Jeff Goode
Translation: Adrian Krać
Duration: 15 min
Cast: Barbara Jaskmanicka, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek
Dick Piston is a hotel detective, un agency spends entire nights investigating the Lakeview Hotel made ??in the murders and binge drinking cheap whiskey at the bar. One night, his office gets incredibly beautiful, sensual and sexy victim Murders. From this moment the detective Piston is embroiled in yet another hopeless case, un agency will have to resolve in less than ten minutes.
After our performance there is group No Potatoes with his impro.
Admission to both shows 6z?, pay at the bar.

SOURCE: https://www.facebook.com/events/1420730294825489/

 


Lublin, Poland
December 3, 2013
Teatr Realium: "Piwna dziewczyna", "Morderstwo przed północą" UMCS "Piwna dziewczyna" & "Morderstwo przed północą"

wydzial Psychologii i Pedagogiki
Narutowicza 12
Lublin, Poland
Tuesday @ 7:00 p.m.

UMCS wydział Psychologii i Pedagogiki, Narutowicza 12 Lublin

Serdecznie zapraszamy na występ grupy teatralnej Realium, które odbędą się 3. grudnia w auli głównej wydziału Psychologii i Pedagogiki w Lublinie.

Na pokaz składać się będą:

Piwna dziewczyna

Reżyseria: Adrian Krać
Autor: Walter Wykes
Przekład: Adrian Krać
Czas trwania: 20 min.
Występują: Magda Sierocińska, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek

Po kolejnej ucieczce od swojej dziewczyny, Bob znajduje pocieszenie w ramionach innej kobiety. Nie jest to jednak zwykła zdrada gdyż Bob stworzył sobie nową miłość z aluminiowych puszek. Jego niezwykłe przywiązanie do "złotego trunku" sprawia w końcu, że za sprawą płomiennego uczucia oraz alkoholowych majaków piwna istota ożywa, przez co wprowadza niezły zamęt w życie Boba i jego prawdziwej dziewczyny Flo.

Morderstwo przed północą

Reżyseria: Adrian Krać
Autor: Jeff Goode
Przekład: Adrian Krać
Czas trwania: 15 min
Występują: Barbara Jaskmanicka, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek

Dick Piston jest hotelowym detektywem, który całe noce spędza na prowadzeniu śledztw w sprawie dokonywanych w Hotelu Lakeview morderstw oraz upijaniu się tanią whisky w hotelowym barze. Pewnej nocy do jego biura wpada niezwykle piękna, zmysłowa i seksowna ofiara zabójstwa. Od tego momentu detektyw Piston zostaje wplątany w kolejną beznadziejną sprawę, którą będzie musiał rozwiązać w niecałe dziesięć minut.

WSTĘP WOLNY!

UMTS Department of Psychology and Pedagogy , Narutowicz 12 Lublin We invite you to play Realium theater group , which will be held 3 December at the main auditorium of the Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogy in Lublin. On show will consist of : beer girl Directed by: Adrian Krać Author: Walter Wykes Translation : Adrian Krać Duration: 20 min . Cast: Magda Sierocińska, Adrian Krać , Paweł Półchłopek After another escape from his girlfriend , Bob finds solace in the arms of another woman. But this is not an ordinary treason because Bob has created a new love of aluminum cans . His extraordinary commitment to the " golden drink " makes in the end , it 's a matter of fervent feelings and hallucinations alcoholic beer being revived , which introduces a fine confusion in life Bob and his real girlfriend Flo . Murder before midnight Directed by: Adrian Krać Author: Jeff Goode Translation : Adrian Krać Duration: 15 min Cast: Barbara Jaskmanicka , Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek Dick Piston is a hotel detective who spends entire nights investigating the Lakeview Hotel made ??in the murders and binge drinking cheap whiskey at the bar. One night, his office gets incredibly beautiful, sensual and sexy murder victim . From this moment the detective Piston is embroiled in yet another hopeless case , you will have to solve in less than ten minutes. FREE ADMISSION !

SOURCE: https://www.facebook.com/events/1420730294825489/

 


Lublin, Poland
December 19, 2013
Przed?wi?teczny repertuar komediowy Przedswiateczny repertuar komediowy

Staszica 1, 20-087
Lublin, Poland
Thursday @ 8:00 p.m.

Zapraszamy Państwa na trzy krótkie formy komediowe. Będą to mini spektakle oparte na tekstach najlepszych współczesnych amerykańskich autorów takich jak Walter Wykes, Nick Zagone i Jeff Goode. W programie wieczoru:

"Piwna dziewczyna"

Autor: Walter Wykes

Przekład i reżyseria: Adrian Krać

Czas trwania: 15 min.

Występują: Magda Sierocińska, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek

Po kolejnej ucieczce od swojej dziewczyny, Bob znajduje pocieszenie w ramionach innej kobiety. Nie jest to jednak zwykła zdrada gdyż Bob stworzył sobie nową miłość z aluminiowych puszek. Jego niezwykłe przywiązanie do "złotego trunku" sprawia w końcu, że za sprawą płomiennego uczucia oraz alkoholowych majaków piwna istota ożywa, przez co wprowadza niezły zamęt w życie Boba i jego prawdziwej dziewczyny Flo.

"Morderstwo przed północą"

Autor: Jeff Goode

Przekład i reżyseria: Adrian Krać

Czas trwania: 15 min

Występują: Barbara Jaskmanicka, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek

Dick Piston jest hotelowym detektywem, który całe noce spędza na prowadzeniu śledztw w sprawie dokonywanych w Hotelu Lakeview morderstw oraz upijaniu się tanią whisky w hotelowym barze. Pewnej nocy do jego biura wpada niezwykle piękna, zmysłowa i seksowna ofiara zabójstwa. Od tego momentu detektyw Piston zostaje wplątany w kolejną beznadziejną sprawę, którą będzie musiał rozwiązać w niecałe dziesięć minut.

"Papierkowa robota"

Autor: Nick Zagone

Przekład i reżyseria: Adrian Krać

Występują: Natalia Bienias, Adrian Krać

Czas trwania: 12 min.

Pozornie przypadkowa wizyta pewnego mężczyzny w urzędzie zamienia się w wywiad matrymonialny prowadzony przez atrakcyjną urzędniczkę. Rozmowa z czasem nabiera rozpędu i w błyskawicznym tempie zamienia się w pierwszą randkę. Dalsze konsekwencje to małżeństwo, wspólny dom, dziecko, wypalenie w związku i ostatecznie dramatyczny rozwód. A wszystko to w przeciągu dwunastu minut załatwiania nowego dowodu rejestracyjnego i prawa jazdy.

WSTĘP WOLNY

Enjoy three short forms of comedy . There will be mini- plays based on the texts of the best contemporary American authors such as Walter Wykes , Nick Zagon and Jeff Goode . In the evening: " Beer Girl " Author: Walter Wykes Translated and directed by Adrian Krać Duration: 15 min . Cast: Magda Sierocińska, Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek After another escape from his girlfriend , Bob finds solace in the arms of another woman. But this is not an ordinary treason because Bob has created a new love of aluminum cans . His extraordinary commitment to the " golden drink " makes in the end , it 's a matter of fervent feelings and hallucinations alcoholic beer being revived , which introduces a fine confusion in life Bob and his real girlfriend Flo . " Murder before midnight " Author: Jeff Goode Translated and directed by Adrian Krać Duration: 15 min Cast: Barbara Jaskmanicka , Adrian Krać, Paweł Półchłopek Dick Piston is a hotel detective who spends entire nights investigating the Lakeview Hotel made ??in the murders and binge drinking cheap whiskey at the bar. One night, his office gets incredibly beautiful, sensual and sexy murder victim . From this moment the detective Piston is embroiled in yet another hopeless case , you will have to solve in less than ten minutes. " Paperwork " Author: Nick Zagone Translated and directed by Adrian Krać Cast: Natalia Bienias , Adrian Krać Duration: 12 min . Seemingly random visit of a man at the office turns into a matrimonial interview conducted by an attractive clerk . Interview with time gaining momentum and rapidly turns into a first date. Further consequences of this marriage , common house , baby , burn in a relationship and ultimately dramatic divorce . And all this within a twelve -minute settlement of a new registration card and driving license. FREE ADMISSION

SOURCE: http://teatrdlawas.pl/teatr/tdw/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=35842&Itemid=70