Little Fish Theatre Presents Pick of the Vine

little fish theatreLittle Fish Theatre presents Pick of the Vine opening on January 13, 2007, as the first production of its 2017 season.

Pick of the Vine is a collection of original short-subject plays.  This year’s selections take a look at life from beginning to end and provide insight about what happens outside of the public eye: What happens when your adult son still believes in Santa? How does a young wife cope with a baby who won’t stop crying? Will a nervous fiancee tell the truth when he’s given the third degree during a pre-marriage counseling session?

The selection committee combed through more than 710 plays submitted from around the world.  The final nine plays were chosen for their ability to entertain, engage, and excite audiences.

Pick of the Vine  schedule:

January 13th through February 11th
Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm

January 21st, 28th and February 4th
Thursday nights at 8pm on

January 22nd and 29th
Sunday afternoons at 2pm

The January 22nd show features a special talk-back session where audience members can interact with the cast and creative team.

The Plays:

Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore  by Patrick Gabridge of Medford, MA

The Way It Really Truly Almost Was  by Brendan Healy of Shoreline, WA

Thick Gnat Hands  by Erin Mallon of Maplewood, NJ

I Don’t Know  by James McLindon of Northampton, MA

Wheelchair  by Scott Mullen of North Hollywood, CA

A Womb with A View  by Rich Orloff of New York, NY

Screaming  by Stephen Peirick of St. Louis, NJ

The Holy Grill  by Gary Shaffer of Point Pleasant, NJ

A Very Short Play About The Very Short Presidency of William Henry Harrison  by Jonathan Yukich of Hamden, CT

About Tracey Paleo

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Tracey Paleo is Associate Editor at FootLights Magazine. She's also the Founder and Chief Editor of the arts and culture site, Gia On The Move, where she often reviews live performance events.

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