In this podcast, director Dinah Manoff tells us about the origin of this popular festival of short plays written by well-known playwrights as well as by three local writers.
This year, the plays are eclectic, racy, entertaining, and all very funny.
There are 11 one-act plays:
- “The Adventures Of…” by Kathleen Warnock;
- “You Don’t Have to be Jewish” by Bob Booker and George Foster;
- “Workout” by Wendy Wasserstein;
- “Consolidated Worldwide” by Jim Anderson;
- “That Word” by Mark Harvey Levine;
- “Ties That Bind” by Eric Coble;
- “Arabian Nights” by David Ives;
- “The Mercury and the Magic” by Rolin Jones;
- “The Angle of Death” by Michelle Allen;
- “A View from the Porch” by Warren Read.
There are just three performances from January 16-18, plus the “pay-what-you-can” preview on Thursday, January 15th. Tickets are on sale now at the BPA website.
Credits: BCB host: Channie Peters; BCB editor and social media publisher: Barry Peters