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The Theatre of Western Spring Directors’ Workshop Program
is pleased to announce the previously postponed
Shorts For A Summer’s
Evening Afternoon - September 12 & 13, 2020
2 Performances each day at 1:30 PM and 5:30 PM
(with a rain date September 19‐20)
The performances will be presented on the TWS Patio Stage
The program should last about an hour without intermission
MASKS MUST BE WORN by all attendees.
Please BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS.
Audience members will be seated six feet apart from each other.
Shorts for a Summer’s
Evening Afternoon is performed with an at‐will donation.
As you probably know, our current economic crisis has hit theaters very hard.
Donate as you can when making your reservation or on the day of the performance.
Your generosity will benefit the theater in this extraordinarily hard time we all face. We thank you for your support as we continue to bring you live (or otherwise) theatre.
The line‐up for the 2020 Shorts for a Summer’s Evening Afternoon (in alphabetical order):
Canned Chicken by Edward W Wavak, directed by Peggy Carlson
Featuring: Liz Steele
Manifate By Stephanie Bullwinkel, directed by Edward W. Wavak
“What exactly is going on here?”
Featuring: Dave Bremer, Jill Jackson, Katie Lahey and Kurt Lemke
Moments of Courage by Katarina Creedon, directed by Judy DiVita
“Love, family and nine plants.”
Featuring: Melody Jefferies and Patti Roeder
The Fate of the World by Zoë Michaels directed by Cal Turner
“Find a penny pick it up. All day long you’ll have good luck.”
Featuring: Sharon Sobotka and Tammy White
The Lord’s Visit by Evan Guilford‐Blake directed by Darla Goudeau
“Be careful what you wish for.”
Featuring: Kevin Slattery and Mary Van Nest
Tanabata by Haruka Hitchcock, directed by Daina Gielser
“Cross the bridge to the Milky Way…together!”
Featuring: Shannon Horn, Lewis Jones and Ryan Yagoda
The 2020 Shorts Band: Willy Steele, Anselmo Marquez, Tammy O’Reilly and Phil O’Reilly
The 2019-20 Directors' Workshop Season is generously sponsored by:
The Hinsdale Shell Food Mart
located at the corner of Ogden Avenue and York Road in Hinsdale.
The Directors’ Workshop is an educational workshop that presents four weekend performances a year in the Cattell Theatre. Ed Wavak is chair of the Directors' Workshop committee and Greg Kolack, TWS Artist-in-Residence, is the Directors' Workshop Mentor.