Thursday, July 7, 2016

Chatham Community Players will host its 22nd annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival

The Chatham Community Players will host its 22nd annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival with five performances between July 29 and August 7. This year’s production will include seven original short plays written by New Jersey playwrights. This evening of one-act plays enables writers to showcase original scripts while allowing directors and actors to experiment with new roles

Performance dates are Friday and Saturday evenings, July 29, 30, August 5 and 6 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, August 7 at 7 p.m.. All performances are held at the Chatham Playhouse 23 North Passaic Ave Chatham, NJ. Tickets are $15 for adults (19 and older) and $13 for youth (18 and under). To access the theater’s online ticketing service, simply go to 
For more information, call the box office at (973) 635-7363 or go to It is highly recommended that tickets be purchased in advance. Patrons with special needs requiring seating accommodations shouldcontact the Playhouse at least 24 hours prior to the performance. Without prior notice, accommodations cannot be guaranteed

Each of the following pieces will be performed each night of the festival:

Bottle for a Special Occasion by Bill Kovacsik of Boulder, CO, “What do you choose when you want a gift that keeps on giving?” This production features Duane Noch of Middletown and Terri Sturtevant of Hillsborough. Directed by Arnold Buchiane of Summit

Paper Bell by Ralph Greco, Jr. of Clifton “It’s the little moments that we share in life that are often the best This production features Charlie Thomson of Chatham, Lauri MacMillan of Rockaway and Lewis Decker of Millington. Directed by Jessica Phelan of Montclair.

Not Enough by Chip Bolcik of Thousand Oaks, CA - “When in a marriage is anything enough?” This production features Lewis Decker of Millington and Bridget Burke Weiss of Boonton. Directed by Robert Lukasik of Kinnelon

One, Three, Two by Michael Weems of Simsbury, CT “It’s a number’s game or is it?” This production features Dan DeGuzman of Chatham and Sarah Blannet Pahraon of Maplewood. Directed by Lynn Polan of Chatham.

Happily Ever After by Jeanne Johnston of Bloomfield, “It sounds like a good idea but how do you go from “will you marry me” to “happily ever after.” This production features Bradley Carrington of Summit and Katherine LeFevre of South Orange. Directed by George Seylaz of Belleville

What Every Grown Son Wants his Mother To Know by Joann Scanlon of Chatham. “A birthday Celebration becomes an educational event.” This production features Paula Ehrenberg of Summit, Colleen Grundfest of Warren Twp., Amie Quivey of Morris Twp. and Zach Sinske of Florham Park. Directed by Kevern Cameron of Hamburg.

Fantasy Dance by Gary Shaffer of Point Pleasant - “Guys and their “Sports Talk” – it never changes.” This production features Frank Blaeuer of Weehawken, Bob Grundfest of Warren Twp., Roy Pancirov of Madison and TJ Ryan of Dover. Directed by Joann Scanlon of Chatham.

About the Chatham Playhouse

The Chatham Community Players has been entertaining residents of Morris County and the surrounding area since 1922. The organization’s mission is to produce high-quality theater for a diverse audience, while elevating its standard of excellence and providing a creative outlet with educational opportunities and outreach programs. For more information, including details of CCP’s upcoming 2016-2017 season,

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