SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE
Kentlands Community Players, in partnership with Montgomery Playhouse, presented two one acts plays virtually on January 16, 2021
The One Acts were produced by Elizabeth Weiss and Meredith Fogle
TOGETHER AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME - VIRTUALLY
KCP's first virtual production an adaptation of the musical "Together Again for the First Time," revolves around seven friends who performed musically together while they were in college. Peter & Evelyn had planned to host a reunion at their lake house in beautiful Lake Arrowhead, California, a few hours outside of Los Angeles. Then the COVID pandemic hit. So now, seven forty-something friends will gather online for a reunion to re-connect and reminisce about their younger days as a group of college student-musicians in Southern California. It’s not ideal, but it’s what life allows right now.
SHOULDA COULDA WOULDA
"Shoulda Coulda Woulda" was presented by Kentlands Community Players on November 22 and 23 at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn
Shoulda Coulda Woulda is an interactive play about five community theatre volunteers holding auditions for an upcoming production. The audience becomes the group gathered to audition for the play-within-the-play. Surrounding the two scenes in which audience members audition by reading scenes from the play-within-the-play, guided by the production crew, we get a peek into some of the background drama behind the auditions. We also find out that two of the crew members have recently found themselves in a budding romance after years of shared friendship.
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