Next Up at PSC! Opens February 10, 2018!
Saturday, Feb 10, 2018 | 8PM
Sunday, Feb 11, 2017 | 3PM
Friday, Feb 16, 2018 | 8PM
Saturday, Feb 17, 2018 | 8PM
Sunday, Feb 18, 2018 | 3PM
Friday, Feb 23, 2018 | 8PM
Saturday, Feb 24, 2018 | 8PM
CLIFFHANGER by James Yaffe
Henry Lowenthal, after a long tenure as professor of philosophy at a small western college, is looking forward to being appointed to an endowed chair so he and his wife can enjoy their golden years with honor and dignity. But their plans are given a rude jolt when his successor, a vindictive and ruthlessly ambitious young woman, informs him that she is not recommending him for the chair—an act of such calculated cruelty that the usually gentle professor seizes a bust of Socrates and strikes his tormentor a fatal blow. Thereafter, as Henry and his wife plot a foolproof way to dispose of the body, complications arise in the form of a rather sinister young student who is about to flunk out of school (unless his grade is changed) and who happened to witness the professor’s violent action. Add in a suspicious police lieutenant and you have all the ingredients for a series of suspenseful, unexpected and frequently funny developments, leading to a denouement that will catch everyone by surprise.
Director: ED BASSETT
Stage Manager: AMBER LYNN DUNPHY
HENRY LOWENTHAL - Tim Phillips
POLLY LOWENTHAL - Helen Adams
EDITH WILSHIRE - Kristin Moresi
MELVIN MCMULLEN - Joshua J. Gogol
DAVE DEVITO - Chris Evans
Don't forget to grab your popcorn at the show! It's Gluten Free, Kosher, good for you and always
FREE and ENDLESS!!
2018 One Act Festival Update
A very BIG "Thank You" to all the playwrights who submitted entries for our One Act Festival taking place in January 2018!
The deadline for submissions has now passed. A total of 807 entries were received - A NEW RECORD! Our selection committee has a lot of reading & reviewing to do! We will announce the plays selected for performance in early November. Once again, thank you to everyone who submitted a play for consideration this year. We look forward to reading and seeing some of them on stage this coming January 2018!