Time & Location
Aug 26, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Hopkinton, 98 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton, MA 01748, USA
About the event
Get ready to experience the most exciting and entertaining one-act play festival of the year! HCA is thrilled to host Enter Stage Left Theater's third annual A Play, A Pint & A Pie festival on Saturday, August 26, 2023 in our outdoor amphitheater. With seven outstanding plays selected from 112 submissions across the globe, this festival promises to be a night of non-stop fun, laughter, and maybe a few tears.
And that's not all — we're honoring the Scottish tradition of a lunch-time pint, pie and a play with our own twist. Your ticket includes admission to the plays, a delicious meat pie or vegetarian alternative, and an alcoholic or soft drink of your choice. It's the perfect way to spend a summer evening with friends and family.Don't miss out on the hottest ticket in town!
Grab yours now and get ready for an unforgettable night of entertainment. Hurry, tickets are selling fast! "Doors" open at 5:30 p.m. (we recommend you arrive early) and the play's will begin at 6:30 p.m. Rain date August, 27.
Mr. M's Slaughterous Thoughts (comedy) by Ryan Armstrong. Directed by Gene Houk.
An over-enthusiastic Shakespearean actor is determined to make an impression, despite the Director's best efforts.
The Next Ivan Sharansky (comedy) by Jim Geoghan. Directed by Paul Champlin,
Two seasoned actors bemoan the passing of the greatest corpse actor
Florida (drama) by Steve Doloff. Directed by Mary Scarlata-Rowe
A homeless couple reminisce about their time in Florida and the prospects of a return, as one of them grapples with the onset of dementia.
Midge (conceptual/comedy/drama) by Adrienne LaValley. Directed by Paul Champlin.
Despite multiple, determined attempts, a woman is prevented from passing through a door by a military guard, and for good reason.
A Much Better Deal (drama) by Stephen Feldman. Directed by Dawn Anderson.
An attempted armed robbery is prevented when the targeted victims employ empathy and problem-solving to negotiate a solution to the would-be thief's dilemma.
Arm Chair Critic (comedy) by Nicky Denovan. Directed by Dawn Anderson.
A newspaper editor confronts his theater critic when something seems amiss regarding his most recent review.
Art (comedy) by Steve Martin. Directed by Mary Scarlata-Rowe
Three elementary school art judges are at odds as they attempt to arrive at consensus on the winning pieces.