The Woods Hole Playstwo original one acts
by Bronwen Prosser
and Danny Mitarotondo Cotuit Center for the Arts
photos by Ken Alexander
“Two drastically different one-act plays — "Caretaker" and "Church" — share a talented three-person cast, an accomplished and inventive director and a common setting — Woods Hole — to effect an intriguing evening of theater. Both plays were written with the actors and the venue (the tiny Black Box Theater) in mind, and bringing them to production was a process entailing staged readings, audience talk-backs and revisions, revisions, revisions. According to the director, this "unique collaboration" and the level of specificity in the writing is a rare thing, indeed...
The Woods Hole Plays represent the essence of the Cotuit Center for the Arts: take risks, support all art and have fun doing it. Kathryn Walsh ably directs the talented cast through the many challenges of staging a work in progress. This innovative experiment is worthy of repeating."
- Carol Panasci, The Cape Cod Times
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