Grove City College’s Tau Alpha Pi (TAP) theatre honorary society’s Spring One-Act Festival runs Thursday, April 28, through Saturday, April 30, in the Little Theater of Pew Fine Arts Center on campus.
The festival features four short, student-directed plays featuring a cast of Grove City College students from a variety of majors. This year’s festival features two plays written by students. All four plays are presented at each show. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Thursday; 6 and 8:30 p.m. Friday; and 12:30 and 3 p.m. Saturday
The plays are:
- “Perfect Meetings” by Seth Kramer, directed by Sara Giesler ’17 and Courtney Moletz ’18, featuring Zack McClelland and Meghan Moran.
- “Babel’s in Arms” by David Ives, directed by Robbie Davis ’17 and Samuel Kenney ’18, featuring Kenneth Wahrenberger, Joel Espenshade, Taylor Lake and Megan Grant.
- “Justice Has Been Served” by Natalie Nagel ’15, directed by Timothy Lagoy ’16, featuring Joi Calia, Sarah Tomlinson, Elisabeth O’Brien, John Laurie, Daniel Chapman, Greta Cinatl and Vincent Michael.
- “A Friend in Need,” written and directed by Grayson Quay ’16, featuring Ellen Pierson, David Robbins and Jake Sziráky.
Alex Soberick ’17 and Rachel Criswell ’17 coordinated the festival. TAP is advised by Betsy Craig, professor of English and director of the Theatre Program.
For tickets: www.gcc.edu/tickets.
Tickets may be picked up at will call the day of the show. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each performance.