St. Francis Presents Four Short Plays Monday

This in from St. Francis College:

You are invited to come witness hilarity, love, and heartbreak in A Collection of Radio Plays: Blind Date, Life After Prom, For Whom The Bells Toll, and Calling All Girls, on Monday, April 18, 2011, from 12:30 until 1:30.

The performance will feature eight St. Francis student actors; Maddy Enlow, Diamond Holmes, Sarah Anwar, Chelsea Clark, Devin LaPierre, Michael Milea, Steven Buscetta and Patrick Davitt-Sweeney.

All four radio plays have been published in volumes one and two of From the Heart Of Brooklyn, a collection of fiction, poetry, and drama written by St. Francis College creative writing students and edited by Professor Terry Quinn. The plays have also been featured on WNYE, a New York City-based public radio station.

Admission is free, and the first 25 to arrive will be given on-stage seating.

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  • Gerrry

    I wish that they would open the big swimming pool to the community.

  • David on Middagh

    After demolishing that historic Beaux Arts building, they owe us!

  • alex

    Really David! Really? You are just going to complain and be a d*ck??? Don’t go really!! If it is such a burden on your life then don’t go!! The talented actors ant actresses do not need you in their presence. How rude can you possibly be! Stay home and play with yourself if you feel that way seriously David. Just don’t go and keep that filthy mouth of yours to yourself.

  • David on Middagh

    Alex can’t swim. :(

  • David on Middagh

    No (*sigh*), I didn’t go. I didn’t want to run into alex.

    But I send my compliments to the actors and the writers.