Stevens One Act Festival

September 12 and 13, 2014 at 8 p.m.
DeBaun Auditorium, Edwin A. Stevens Hall

DeBaun PAC is proud to present the annual Stevens One Act Festival.  This production will feature Stevens students on the stage as well as in the director’s seat, as multiple plays are produced.

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Cast and Show Information


Bad Auditions by Bad Actors by Ian McWethy
Directed by Christopher Diggins

A casting director has one day to find the leads for a community theater production of Romeo and Juliet. But what seems like a simple task proves impossible when the pool of actors includes extreme method actors, performers who just don't know what to do with their hands, and one particular woman who may or may not think she's a cat. This hilarious comedy will bring you to the last place you'd ever want to be...behind the doors of a casting session.

CAST:  Natalie Barillaro, Bryana Atkinson, Dawood Rajpu, Joshua Negron, Molly Molino, Ben LaGue


Oh My God, It’s Another Play by Rich Orloff
Directed by Trevor Batchelder

A ridiculous behind-the-scenes look at what really happens at rehearsal, as an utterly pretentious director, a thoroughly disgruntled stage manager, and romantically entangled actors all prepare for a nonsensically generic play.

CAST:  Christian Benitez, Kelly Ehrhart, Jackson Kelly, Jimmy Sweeney, Jeff Corson, Josh Phillips, Amanda Hartel


Playwriting 101:  The Rooftop Lesson by Rich Orloff
Directed by Devon Kelly

An instructor lectures on the craft of playwriting, using two live examples: a would-be jumper on the edge of a ledge, and a would-be Good Samaritan trying to save him. But after being paused and replayed one too many times, these two characters rise up and revolt against both the instructor and the rules of playwriting itself.

CAST:  Will Renninger, Edward Albright, Kevin Quigley

All plays are produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. (

$5 Adults
$2 Students, Stevens Faculty/Staff, Seniors, Children
Tickets will be available at the door (Duckbills accepted)