SPF 13: One Act Plays
A night of five one act plays.
Directed by Suzanne Hunt
The Damage Done is the result of over a year of separate interviews with parents who lost two of their three children to heroin overdose. The play reveals their respective trials, tribulations and how they strive to carry on through their loss.
Directed by Nancy Fassett
Two people meet for a first date post pandemic. It isn’t easy.
Directed by Avery Clyde
A daughter grieving the death of her husband visits her widowed mother, seeking comfort and wisdom. Their time together is interrupted by Gloria and her dragons, the new companions in all their lives.
Directed by Daphnie Sicre
After losing her older sister in 1968, Cecilia and her family are trapped in cycles of grief. More than 50 years later, finally ready to feel something other than sadness she begins therapy, unearthing painful memories. But how do you move forward when healing means cutting the ties that bind you to your family?
Directed by Justin Lord
A love letter of sorts. This collection of interviews challenges the stereotype of the “absent Black father.” Four Black dads and one surrogate Black dad spend forty-five minutes getting real. Police brutality, dating, having a child with autism . . . No topic is off limits. And there are, of course, plenty of dad jokes.