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WestFest 2014

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Our Annual Festival of Developing Works

Explore the human mind with us and witness all kinds of wonderment as new relationships are being formed and old relationships are being tested, all painted in varied, theatrical ways.

In the tradition of Once A Man, Twice A Boy; A Bronx Tale; Love of a Pig and Spoon River Anthology, it’s WestFest! Come to our annual celebration of the best of the Theatre West workshops. See them all!


WESTFEST 2014

Produced by Donald Moore & Lukas Bailey

Nov 14 thru Dec 7, 2014

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CALENDAR

Nov 14 – 16

WFPoemsMaryPOEMS FOR MARY
In this unique and compelling play, two grown children are surprised, moved and amused to discover things about the father they thought they knew.
Written and Directed by Lloyd J. Schwartz.
With Kathie Barnes, Alan Schack

 

Nov 21 -23


WFwordsWORDS
Words create. Words define. Words ravage!
Written and Performed by Bill Sehres.
Directed by Joe Nassi

 

WFgayGAY FOR PAY
A seen-it-all straight-male star of gay porn schools another straight guy who wants to get into this unusual line of work.
Written by Benjamin Scuglia. Directed by Ernest McDaniel.
With Lukas Bailey and Frank Gangarossa


WFBestWHAT I DO BEST
It’s not always easy to tell who your friends are.
Written by Roy Battocchio. Directed by Stu Berg.
With George Tovar

 

WFTRustTRUST
There is more than one key to the lock on a prison door.
Written by Maray Ayres. Directed by Donald Moore.
With Maray Ayres and Roger Cruz

 

WFSloppySLOPPY SECONDS
Out at the clubs, a guy upends his relationship with his buddy when he rebels against their wingman-player agreement, with unexpected results.
Written by Benjamin Scuglia. Directed by Ernest McDaniel.
With Lukas Bailey and Ian Lerch

WFOtherHalfTHE OTHER HALF
Three women gather together to choose the right outfit in which to bury their departed friend. Then a secret is revealed that is a shock to everyone – well, almost everyone.
Written by Garry Michael Kluger. Directed by Arden Teresa Lewis.
With Lacy Blake, Katherine Henryk, Dianne Travis, Sandra Tucker

Dec 5 – 7

WFWhatsNameWHAT’S IN A NAME?
Can three generations of women agree on a name before the Jewish princess arrives?
Written by Judith Allen. Directed by Ann L. Gibbs.
With Heather Alyse Becker, Elizabeth Lande, Sara Shearer


WFOakTreeIN THE SHADE OF THE OLD OAK
Not just another day in the park. Physical challenges and life changes collide when three unlikely people’s lives are touched …shining in the shade of an old oak tree. And “she’s” not a normal oak.” Written and Directed by Linda Rand.
With Layla Galloway, Jill Jones, David Mingrino

WHhitTHE HIT
A knock at the door in the middle of the night – client or friend? Knowing the difference can change your life.
Written Kerr Lordygan. Directed by Donald Moore.
With Yancey Dunham, Rebecca Lane, Joe Nassi

WFGuyThingIT’S A GUY THING
Will a man’s love for his vintage Porsche jeopardize his romantic relationship?
By Judith Allen. Directed by Ann L. Gibbs.
With Frank Gangaraossa

 

WFPolkaDotsYOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD FOR POLKA DOTS
A happenstance meeting on the Staten Island Ferry brings two strangers together in a most unusual way – but it beats speed-dating!
Written and Directed by Linda Rand.
With Maria Kress, David Mingrino

WFOpenDoorOPEN DOOR
Roz really wants this date to work out.  So does Sam.  But there’s someone else in the room.
Written by Jule Selbo. Directed by Arden Teresa Lewis.
With Eddie Alfano, Leona Britton