YOU REMIND ME OF HER

By Bruce Pearl

Directed by Amy Schecter


Carol - Diane Preston
Joe - Robert Molloy

Joe, and recently single, pursues Carol,and widowed
in the senior living facility where they both reside.


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FAMILY EMERGENCY

By Jane M. Lee

Directed by Jane Ann Gonzalez


DOCTOR -  Rose Ann Martin 
MARGE - Janette Devine
JOANIE - Kate Rado


Two sisters go over the edge during a family dispute and end up  in the emergency room, where a bemused doctor tries to make  sense of the carnage. 



Our 2021 One-Act Playwright Festival

September 24-26th

Eight new plays from talented local authors.

Limit of 50 audience members per show!

September 24th - 7:30 PM  - SOLD OUT

September 25th - SOLD OUT

​September 26th - 2:00 PM

Due to rising COVID cases, Brewster Theater Company is requiring a mask to be worn to attend the show. 

Our cast and crew are fully vaccinated.  We are limiting the audience to 50 people per show.

GARY GOODMAN’S GOODBYE 
By Larry Eckerle 

​Directed by Christopher Gladysz

Characters: 
Gary Goodman -  Sean O’Hara
Ellen Macy - Benna Strober
Richard Halliday - Chris Gillespie
Albert Toomey - ​ Paul Stein


A talented, young Creative Director has been fired for circumventing “internal communications protocols.”  and the HR vice president just wants it all to go quickly - and quietly. ​

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Due to rising COVID cases, Brewster Theater Company is requiring a mask to be worn to attend the show.  Our cast and crew are fully vaccinated.  We are limiting the audience to 50 people per show.

Tickets are $22.50 per person

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The Negotiable Apology

By Alex Bernstein 

Directed by Tamara Alexander


Characters:
Danny - Brian Dallas Field
Margot - Dawn O’Creene

One afternoon, a man and woman attempt to reconcile their formerly romantic relationship from 20 years previous.

Apophenia 
By Terrence Dwyer

Directed by Jean Mazzili


Characters:
Russell– Brian Dallas Field
Valerie – Kate Rado

 
The play centers on a young married couple and begins one morning with the wife viewing a cardinal outside her kitchen window. She believes the cardinal is a sign of her recently  deceased aunt returning to pay her a visit.





IT’S HOT IN THE KITCHEN 
by Patti Veconi  

Directed by Steve Zerilli

Characters 
Mary - Carolyn McCarthy  
Dan -  Kevin McCarthy 
Mike - Tommy Zerilli
Rachel -   Sam Saunders 

Mary and Dan are good parents, but they do have opinions, which they speak freely in the comfort of their own kitchen. When their adult son becomes embarrassed by their banter and they discover his girlfriend hiding in the hallway,  things get lost in intergenerational translation faster than you can close a window.  There’s about as much chance they will all keep their cool as there is Mary’s shirt will stay on through one of her hot flashes.

DREAM CATCHER ON HANCOCK STREET IN 1984 
By Christopher Gladysz

Directed by ​Christopher Gladysz


Characters:
Gregory - Steven Sylvia
Douglas - Humza Asim Mian 
Brandy Ann - Amanda Booth


After meeting in a bar, Douglas brings Gregory home for an encounter. Except that there’s a surprise guest in the house. How does one maintain the spark when they are interrupted?

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Breughel’s Flowers 
By: Terrence Dwyer
  

Directed by Sashia Dumont

Characters: 
Alston – Sean Latasa
Pam –  Carolyn McCarthy 
Dean – Phil Dante

A young man, Alston, is attending a wedding solo and  sitting out the cocktail hour at his assigned reception table when  he meets fellow wedding attendees Pam and Dean Kendall