The Actors Theatre of Louisville's Apprentice/Intern Company will present seven 10-minute plays in a show titled Tight Squeeze at the Victor Jory Theatre. Squeeze will squeeze in three performances: Jan. 11, 12 and 15, 1999.
Featured playwrights include Actors Theatre own in-house "Small Starving Artist Contest" winners Woodwyn Koons, Robert W. Marcato and Ginna Hoben and the Theatre's National Ten-Minute Play Contest winners Kristna Halvorson, Thad Davis and Anne Washburn.
A mix of comedy and drama, Koons' Private Practice looks at the balance of truth and trust in relationships, Marcato's Lunchtime at strangers and loyalty, Telephone at misunderstandings, stubbornness and timing, Halvorson's The Big Fix at Y2K from a programmer's point of view, Davis' Lawyers, Guns and Money at the ethics of selling and owning a gun and Washburn's The Intervention at a group of overzealous young adults trying to help out a friend. The final piece will be Mark O'Donnell's Married Bliss, a comic twisting of the English language.
Tickets are free but required. Reservations are available by mail order only or at the Actors Theatre's box office. For mail orders, send a self addressed stamped envelope and a preferred and alternate performance date to the Actors Theatre of Louisville, 316 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202-4218.