Port City Playwrights' Project (PCPP) presents Resilience, a collection of 3 new one-acts. Performances are May 3-20 at Cape Fear Playhouse on Castle Street at 7:30 pm Thursdays-Saturdays & 3:00pm Sundays.
Tickets are available online and at the door.
The plays are "Troop 1627," "Angels for the Innocent," and "The Real Judith." There will be 3 audience talk-backs throughout the run: "Angels..." is about factory farming/CAFOs, and the Cape Fear River Watch and North Carolina Farmed Animal Save will lead a panel discussion following the performance on Sunday, May 6.
Following the performance on Thursday, May 10, playwright & medievalist Richard Trask talks about his show, "The Real Judith," following the performance.
Playwright Wesleigh Neville discusses "Trop 1627" following the performance on Thursday, May 17.
Listen above to Susan Steadman, the Executive Director of PCPP, and two of the playwrights: Wesleigh Neville and Elizabeth Gordon. You'll also hear Technical Director Scott Davis in the background.