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CANCELED: Time for a Quickie! 6 Quick Plays

Saturday, April 4, 2020
6:30 pm8:30 pm
CANCELED: Time for a Quickie! 6 Quick Plays

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO PRECAUTION OVER THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

Friday & Saturday // April 3 & 4, 2020 // 7:30 PM Friday // 2, 6:30, & 9 PM Saturday // Doors open 30 minutes prior to performance // Tickets $15 (online or at the door) // $10 Students (door only) // Adult Themes

'Time For a Quickie!' features 6 short plays twice nightly on April 3 & 4. Local Missoula playwrights Rita Barkey, Cathy Capps, Shaun Gant, and Jay Kettering team up with director Nathan Adkins once more to shape an evening of theatre at the ZACC. The cast includes local favorites Zach French, Maisie Gospodarek, Linda Grinde, Greg Bortz, Jasmine Sherman and Tristen Hollist. This fifth shorts program from Zoola Writers is produced by 3rd Ear Productions and sponsored by the Bell Pipe and Tobacco Co.

Revenge lurks large in Rita K. Barkey’s POPPING. Jenny hates April Fools’ Day, and this year she’s ready for the pranksters and hoaxers—because she’s going to stomp that nonsense out for good.

In CACOPHONY by Jay Kettering, Phil and Stacey were never great communicators, so when they recount how they met, fell in love, and ultimately broke up, let’s just say it gets a bit noisy.

In PEOPLE WHO LIKE TO GO SPLAT, also by Jay Kettering, Reality TV show producers, Drew and Kat, have a million-dollar idea. A venture capitalist is ready to support them, but only if they’re willing to make the ultimate commitment to the project.

In LET’S GET A LITTLE SOMETHING DONE by Shaun Gant, Maya’s home improvement guru, Tonsil helps her build a dream house and pare down her cluttered life. Simplicity and happiness easily achieved!

Cathy Capps’ CHARLOTTE BRONSON features a suspected vigilante reflecting on the dangers inherent in Man v. Human Nature. In SPARK TO ASH, a couple is up against an enemy they cannot fight, a rapidly approaching wildfire that threatens their ranch and relationship.

CANCELED: Time for a Quickie! 6 Quick Plays

Saturday, April 4, 2020
6:30 pm8:30 pm
CANCELED: Time for a Quickie! 6 Quick Plays

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO PRECAUTION OVER THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

Friday & Saturday // April 3 & 4, 2020 // 7:30 PM Friday // 2, 6:30, & 9 PM Saturday // Doors open 30 minutes prior to performance // Tickets $15 (online or at the door) // $10 Students (door only) // Adult Themes

'Time For a Quickie!' features 6 short plays twice nightly on April 3 & 4. Local Missoula playwrights Rita Barkey, Cathy Capps, Shaun Gant, and Jay Kettering team up with director Nathan Adkins once more to shape an evening of theatre at the ZACC. The cast includes local favorites Zach French, Maisie Gospodarek, Linda Grinde, Greg Bortz, Jasmine Sherman and Tristen Hollist. This fifth shorts program from Zoola Writers is produced by 3rd Ear Productions and sponsored by the Bell Pipe and Tobacco Co.

Revenge lurks large in Rita K. Barkey’s POPPING. Jenny hates April Fools’ Day, and this year she’s ready for the pranksters and hoaxers—because she’s going to stomp that nonsense out for good.

In CACOPHONY by Jay Kettering, Phil and Stacey were never great communicators, so when they recount how they met, fell in love, and ultimately broke up, let’s just say it gets a bit noisy.

In PEOPLE WHO LIKE TO GO SPLAT, also by Jay Kettering, Reality TV show producers, Drew and Kat, have a million-dollar idea. A venture capitalist is ready to support them, but only if they’re willing to make the ultimate commitment to the project.

In LET’S GET A LITTLE SOMETHING DONE by Shaun Gant, Maya’s home improvement guru, Tonsil helps her build a dream house and pare down her cluttered life. Simplicity and happiness easily achieved!

Cathy Capps’ CHARLOTTE BRONSON features a suspected vigilante reflecting on the dangers inherent in Man v. Human Nature. In SPARK TO ASH, a couple is up against an enemy they cannot fight, a rapidly approaching wildfire that threatens their ranch and relationship.

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