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AFD's 'Dynamic Duos!' presented virtually

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UPDATED, May 20: Live from  AFD Theatre, "Dynamic Duos!" at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 20.

This is part of a series of live performances on our stage that are streamed live and also recorded for later viewing.

"Dynamic Duos!" is an evening of scenes with two characters from well-known plays; each scene runs approximately 10 minutes or less. 

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"Parallel Lives" by Kathy Najimy & Mo Gaffney - Act I, sc. 1; Act II, sc.1; directed by Chelsea Zabel 
Stanis Ames (Being One) 
Jyoti Daniere (Being Two) 

 "Odd Couple" by Neil Simon - opening of Act III; directed by Cathy Alexander 

Mark Branson (Oscar) 
Judson Pierce (Felix)  "Taming of the Shrew" by Shakespeare - Act II, sc.1; directed by Jessica Going 
Michael Jay (Petruchio) 
Danielle Wehner (Katherine) 

"Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley - Scene 8; directed; by Nick Neyeloff
Sheila Kelleher (Sr. Aloysius) 
Imani Powell (Mrs. Muller) 

"Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" by Edward Albee - opening of Act I; directed by Joe Stallone 
Brett Lovins (George) 
Lorna Noguiera (Martha)


This news announcement was published Sunday, May 9, 2021, and updated May 20, to add access code.

 

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