Louisville improvisors and The Bard's Town present Single Shots. Two night festival of solo theatre, Friday November 20th & 21st

Single Shots

Two Night Festival of Solo Theatre

Presented by the Louisville Improvisors and The Bard's Town. Two shows nightly, featuring two performers each. Poster & art by Keith Wyatt.
Due to unforeseen circumstances we will not be presenting "Eyes In The Storm" by Rachel White as part of our festival. Instead we will be presenting - "Agatha" written and performed by Melinda Beck.

Featuring
Chris Anger, performing his own work
Brian Hinds, performing work by Tad Chitwood
Ranaan Hershberg, performing his own work
Melinda Beck, performing her own work

SHOWS

Friday, November 20th & Saturday, November 21st. Performances at 8pm & 10pm nightly.
Tickets: $15 per show or $25 per night
Tickets available through The Bard's Town Theatre.

Friday 11/20 8pm
"Agatha" written and performed by Melinda Beck. Directed by Alec Volz
and "Crying Behind 3-D Glasses" written and performed by Ranaan Hershberg (1hr.) Directed by Scot Atkinson

Friday 11/20 10pm
"Karen" written by Tad Chitwood, starring Brian Hinds from Louisville Improvisors (20 min.) Directed by Alec Volz
and "Animal Farm" written and performed by Chris Anger (1 hr.) Directed by Alec Volz

Saturday 11/21 8pm
"Karen" written by Tad Chitwood, starring Brian Hinds from Louisville Improvisors (20 min.) Directed by Alec Volz
and "Animal Farm" written and performed by Chris Anger (1 hr.) Directed by Alec Volz

Saturday 11/21 10pm
"Agatha" written and performed by Melinda Beck. Directed by Alec Volz
and "Crying Behind 3-D Glasses" written and performed by Ranaan Hershberg (1 hr.) Directed by Scot Atkinson

Show descriptions

"Animal Farm" is the conclusion of Chris Anger's critically acclaimed trilogy of solo shows that began with "Dead Astronauts" and "Jim Thorpe, All American."
"Crying Behind 3-D Glasses" - Ranaan Hershberg explores the movies and books he loved as a child, only to discover many of them do not hold up.
"Karen" After a bad break-up, some people turn to drink, drugs, hyper-sleep, hyper/activity, starvation, ridiculous sex partners, sports cars, junk food, celibacy, tragic Facebook posts or all of the above. Jeff has a better, and far worse, tactic.
"Agatha" Agatha is running for Student Council, the cheer squad, quick recall and the lead role in the school play. But apparently there's a lot of competition to be considered for co-assistant treasurer, towel holder, tally taker and chorus member #4. As Agatha deals with her speech impediment and self-esteem, she finds an unlikely friend in a Mexican exchange student, rekindles her flame for Simon the Bruster's Burgers burger boy, and somehow finds the strength to get through high school.