the moppets one act festival
- Friday, June 2, at Attic Salt Theater
- Saturday, June 3, at Attic salt Theater
- “Kurt Vonnegut’s 2 B R 0 2 B,” adapted by Graham Esmon. Everything was perfectly swell. Or was it?
- “The After School Superhero,” by Isabella LaRose. A small town where nothing happened and a hero no one asked for.
- “A Holiday Song,” by Hunter Miyan. A grumpy businessman is warned to change his ways. Sound familiar? Prepare to be surprised.
- “Mary, Mary,” by Selah Atwood. A bloody history explored through the lens of a nursery rhyme.
- “Salome,” by by Urzüly C. Pineda. A humorously re-told act in one tragedy.
- “Swords, Lights and Nuts,” Kayla Cody. This is not your typical Nutcracker story.
The Moppets are producing six student-written One Act plays!
We put out the call for One Act submissions from young playwrights, and oh my did you deliver! Our judging panel had a lot of great entries to read, and they had a rather difficult time narrowing it down. It was a really hard decision!
We are thrilled to announce that the Moppets have the privilege of bringing the following six shows to life:
- “Kurt Vonnegut’s 2 B R 0 2 B,” adapted by Graham Esmon.
- “The After School Superhero,” by Isabella LaRose
- “A Holiday Song,” an adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” by Hunter Miyan.
- “Mary, Mary,” by Selah Atwood
- “Salome: A Humorously Re-told Act in One Tragedy,” by Urzüly C. Pineda
- “Swords, Lights and Nuts,” an atypical Nutcracker tale by Kayla Cody.