Two one act plays directed by Beth Geohegan
a comedy by Mark Lucas
"Stupidity flies on broken wings”
Virgil is no angel but when he comes face to face with Grieving widow Anastasia, while burgling her home, he wears a different hat … or is that halo? Anastasia waking from a faint believes him to be an angel with a message from her newly departed husband. An open window and Virgil’s brolly-wielding nemesis in the form of Anastasia’s conniving best friend Charlotte, add to his misfortune as the race for the inheritance turns into a battle of half-wits.
The Donahue Sisters
a drama by Geraldine Aron
"All for One and One for All the Donahue Sisters stick together"
Three estranged sisters- Rosie, Denise and Annie, are reunited at their family home with the looming death of their father. They sit in the attic – their old playroom, surrounded by the detritus of their childhood - drinking, smoking tokes and sniping at each other about their failed lives and relationships. When the clock strikes 2 the sisters perform a ritual re-enactment of a chilling event from their childhood. The end of the ritual leaves them with a renewed and sinister sense of purpose.