! A Drama Showcase Of Short Plays, Monologues And Spoken-Word Performances
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Screenstage Studios returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for the fourth successive year - and in 2019 which marks the 10th anniversary of Screenstage offering independent social realism theatre film and audio - we offer Encore! - A Drama Showcase featuring several short plays, monologues and spoken-word performances from some outstanding emerging and established actors.Promotional Video: https://youtu.be/wqFoWLeJeosSNOW JOB with Freda Macdonell and Maggie Joyce-Anderson is set in a cafe as two strangers meet - with one planning a sinister agenda towards the other.PERSPECTIVES (Anda Magherusan and Andrew Martin) offers an interesting slant on both parties views on why theyve ended their relationship.MA BABYLaura Begley brings her acclaimed performance back to the stage as the emotionally and physically drained single parent of her Downs Syndrome daughter.ITS OVERis a compelling and moving monologue performed by Andrew Martin as a young man who decides he has to finally accept the harsh realities of why his relationship has come to a definitive end.THE MOTHER Begonia Villalba performs a deeply disturbing but compelling monologue of a parent who is struggling to cope with motherhood.SCAR Saira Thomson gives a compelling spoken word rendition on how the vicissitudes of modern life leave their mark on us in so many ways.FRANKS BLACK BOOK Ian Moffat performs as the erstwhile Frank who regales us with details of an online romantic conquest from his trusty note/manual.SETTING A DATE A young woman is struggling to find love so her mother steps in, much to her alarm! Performed by Karina Chan.THATS LOVE He might be from a class of men where sensitivity and romantic expression are alien concepts, but this chap is here to tell you about that constitutes that most enduring of sensations - the thing we call love. Henry Campbell performs.ALL ALONE Noe Bell plays Wilma, who had consigned herself to remaining single, when one day, in the supermarket, she met James. Her life was about to change forever.ACTING UP Many of you may think I could do that when watching an actor at work, but here is a committed thespian who is about to lay the reality out before you. With Noel Franson as the man.Encore! promises to be a must-see Fringe event - so please buy your tickets now - here:ticketsource.co.uk/encoreshowcase
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