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EDITOR: Andrea Kirk
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SHORT+SWEET HOLLYWOOD
Expired Event


Theater in West Hollywood
Date(s): 09/13/2018 to 10/21/2018
Day(s): Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Time(s): Thurs.- Sat. at7:00; 8:30; Sat. at 5:00, Sun. at 6:00 and 7:30
Address: 7936 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood 90046
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Cost: $14

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Week One (Sept. 13- Sept. 16):
PROGRAM A (Thurs&Friday&Sat 7pm, Sunday 6pm)
Slow Dating.
Written by Adam Szudrich. Directed by Katie Burson.
Cast. Julie Collis
When an elderly lady tries speed dating it leads to a night with a charming
stranger and a heartbreaking revelation about her husband. A one woman show which
explores the beauty of holding on and the vulnerability in letting go.

Going to the Movies.
Written by Helena Weltman. Directed by Pavel Cerny.
Cast. TBA.
While waiting for the theatre box office to open, a young woman and a man meet cute.

The Roommate.
Written by Mercedes Floresislas. Directed by Hector Rodriguez.
Cast. Lalo Ayala, Sarah J. Garcia, Diego Medina-Floresislas, and Angela Moore. Matt, a college student, will have to live with a Deaf Roommate.

Timesavers.
Written by Barry Wood. Directed by David Harper.
Cast. Shae Wilson & Tee Jay Thomas
When a customer wanders into a new shop, she is given the opportunity to go back in time. But, when she gets there, she’s suddenly in a desperate race to stay just five minutes ahead of herself.

Avocado Toast.
Written and Directed by Ken Levine.
Cast. Sasha Venn, Hunter Paul. A young couple dine in the trendiest new hot spot in town – a restaurant where
every table has its own audience. Since Millennials feel they star in their own reality show, here they actually do. It’s an interactive satire on trends, modern relationships, and
avocado toast.

Organic.
Written and Directed by Kimba Henderson.
Cast. Shawna Johnson, Greg Hinds, Thomas Chavira, Uma Incrocci.
Dating interviews in our digital era.


PROGRAM B (Thurs&Friday&Sat 8:30pm, Sunday 7:30pm)

Immersed.
Written and directed by Lili Gorett.
Sensory and interactive experience that envelops the spectator 360 degrees.
You are the protagonist of the story. Immersed is a fourth dimension Theatrical concept,
leading you to feel the story in the first person where you are the protagonist, creating a
unique experience for the audience / participant.

Us.
Written by Ben Russel and Soda Persi. Directed by Marisa O’Brien.
Cast. Ben Russel, Soda Persi.
This is what happens after a boy meets a woman, and before happily ever
after. Inner monologues about 2 people that like each other but with a big age difference.

The Perfect Man.
Written by Blanca Bardagil. Directed by Sergi Cervera.
Cast. Hayley McCarthy & Sergi Cervera.
A woman receives a new robot at home…he is the perfect man.

Asking for it.
Written by Renee Boyer. Directed by Megan Frances.
Cast. Jared Scott, Charlotte Louise Spencer, Kenna Ryan & Cody John.
Rav and Katie had a good time at a party, but then she stole his phone. Or did
he give it to her? Consent can be a tricky concept…

The Goode Sisters of Westchester.
Written by Lily Mercer. Directed by Todd Felderstein.
Cast: Miranda Parham & Leah Allers.
Two Sisters having a conversation about their relationship, on their mum´s 1st
year death anniversary.

The Snow Angel of Antarctica.
Written by Victoria Connerty. Directed by Allison Lind.
Cast. Taryn Schubert & Jon Owens.
After a year of travelling the world, Ellie has reached Antarctica with her
brother, Jimmy. Despite the ever-present threat of psychotic penguins, the never-present
threat of angry polar bears and the small matter of the human ashes she’s smuggling in
her hand luggage, Ellie isn't ready to leave. But Jimmy thinks it's time for them to return
home. A tale with a twist about Scrabble, sibling rivalry and snow angels.

PROGRAM C (Sat 5pm, Sun 4pm)

Manband.
Written and Directed by Narmar Hanna.
Cast. Narmar Hanna &Tatum Shank.
Proposal from a woman to his fiancee in an apartment.

Carl Flunt Would Protect You from Trucks.
Written by Scott Mullen. Directed by Emily Claeys.
Cast: Carrie Poyer, Jenn O’Brien, Mary Carrig, Kerry Sullivan.
A woman from the future comes to give some advice to her old self. (Week Two only)

Only Two Remained.
Written and directed by Maxwell Morro.
Two partners discuss philosophical aspects.

Future Wives.
Written by Katherine King. Directed by Stephen Juhl.
Cast.Katherine King & Ayla Barreau
Two future wives talking about how women’s lives used to be.

Cherry.
Written by Sophie Galibert and Arthur Cohen. Directed by Sophie Galibert.
Cast. TBA
Two young women and friends talk about the new pregnancy of one of them.

Got You.
Written by Kel Vance. Directed by David McKay.
Cast. TBA.
After receiving bad news, a woman turns to her best mate to find a way to defraud an insurance company, hoping to obtain the money needed for a life and death situation.

Enough.
Written by Jennifer Brown and Camille Blanco. Directed by Rossana Zubrzycki.
Cast. Camille Blanco.
Every time tragedies happen, there are always intense emotions and calls for
action, but when it dies down, no real action is taken to prevent this nightmare from
happening over and over again. A teenager performer, Camille Blanco, will share the
story of Valerie Leftman whose boyfriend was a school shooter.

WEEK TWO: (Sept. 20- Sept. 23):
Stage 1.
Written and Directed by Cy Chermak..
A man with Alzeihmer’s Disease seems lost and his family is trying to find out where he is.

Stick and Move.
Written by Greg Lam. Directed by John Fingal O’Donnell.
When you're out on a first date, it's always good to have someone in your corner.

Survival Strategy.
Written by Donna Hoke. Directed by Brian Patrick Williams.
Cast. Dennis Pearson & Abbie Krentz.
Officemates Jerry and Jenny make a deal to get from each other at work what
they can't get at home.
Thanks Dude.
Written by Ken Levine. Directed by Angie Gega.
Cast. TBA
A friendship is tested when one friend sleeps with his best friend’s ex-girlfriend.

15 Seconds.
Written by Ken Levine. Directed by Kristina Pesic.
Cast. Victoria Van Winkle & Colby Lemaster.
15-second encounter between a young man and woman.

Courtyard Drama.
Written and Directed by Jason Levinson.
A reunion of a group of friends in their courtyard talking about what they
expect form their relationships.
PROGRAM E (Thurs&Friday&Sat 8:30pm, Sunday 7:30pm)

Have you ever done this before?
Written by Masha Voylokok. Directed by Bronwyn L. Watson.
Cast. Lee Margaret Hanson, Julia Finch, Pedro Shanan.
Two women meet in a seedy hotel room for a romantic tryst but are rudely
interrupted. A short play about women, men, sex workers, and the entertainment
industry. In the era of #MeToo, we have to ask ourselves. "Have you ever done this
before?". We have to ask it over and over again.

Mom’s The Word.
Written by John & Kay Longhurst.
Cast. Katherine King.& Justin Baltz.
The laughs keep coming when a couple find themselves on an extremely
awkward blind date set up by their conspiring, overzealous, meddling moms.

Surprise.
Written by Mark Harvey Levine. Directed by Luis Goyanes.
Cast. Loren Lillian, Nathan Ondracek & Ryan Walsh.
Peter is a psychic, but only two minutes ahead.

Intimate.
Written by Judith Duncan. Directed by Phil Biedron.
Cast. Danielle Kay & Scott Alin.
A teenage girl, struggles to gain accountability from the man she has spent the
night with.

Romeo and Rosaline.
Written by Matthew Wells. Directed by Deb Foster.
Story of Romeo and Juliet from another point of view.

172 Push Ups.
Written by Scott Mullen.
Directed by Frieda de Lackner.
A man and a woman sit on a bench, sharing their stories. She wants to propose to her partner that same night.

PROGRAM C REPEATS [see above] (Sat. 5 p.m., Sun. 4 p.m.)
WEEK THREE- LATINO (Sept. 27- Sept. 30)
PROGRAM F (Thurs&Friday&Sat 7pm, Sunday 6pm)

Visión de los Vencidos.
Written and Directed by Sergio Serdio.
Cast: Jose Luis Muñoz, Henry Prudencio, Mario Flores & Frances Padilla. Percussion: Sergio Serdio
A vision of the conquest of Mexico. Tenochtitlan ,1531.

Al Final Todo el Mundo Muere.
Written by Xavi Morató. Directed by Moses Norton & Sebastian Garcia.
Produced by Miriama.
An interview in a police station. A woman insists that she could travel through time.

Olvido.
Written by Carlos Mugica. Directed by Angie Gega.
Cast. Angie Gega & TBA.
Encounter in a bar between two exes, and she’ll offer him to make her pregnant
with only one condition.

The Big Day.
Written and Directed by Gabriela Paciel.
Cast. Felipe de Lara & TBA.
Two siblings, on their way to the wedding of one, have a problem with their car.

El Marijuano.
Written by Andrew Cervantes. Directed by Ashley Karp.
Cast. Giovanni Navarro & Rene D’Nava.
Two great friends are saying goodbye for the last night.

El Bulto.
Written by Mario Barra & Magaly Castellanos. Directed by Magaly Castellanos.
Cast. Adriana Becerril, Jonathan Lev, Mario Barra, Rado Lazic, Valentina Olarte & Jim
Francis.
A group of immigrants have to decide what to do when suddenly one of them
dies in front of the rest.
PROGRAM G (Thurs&Friday&Sat 8:30pm, Sunday 7:30pm)

Inmerso.
Written and directed by Lili Gorett.
Cast. TBD.
Sensory and interactive experience that envelops the spectator 360 degrees.
You are the protagonist of the story. Immersed is a fourth dimension Theatrical concept,
leading you to feel the story in the first person where you are the protagonist, creating a
unique experience for the audience / participant.

The Women Who Left.
Written and Directed by Diana Valencia & Gabriela Ortega.
Cast. Diana Valencia & Gabriela Ortega.
Two women talking about their beliefs in gods in Haiti in 1400.

La Nada.
Written and Directed by Gisela Arnao.
Cast. Laura Marstucelli & Andres Requena.
The encounter of a man and a woman in a weird place where they’ve never
been before.

El Amor no Tiene Edad.
Written by Angelo Medina & Pili Samayoa. Adapted and Directed by Salvador Casado.
Cast. Naomi Coaí, Salvador Casado, Michelle Riley, Jacobo Ortiz & Blanca Souto.
Two elderly people book a hotel room to have a sexual encounter but it won’t be that easy.

La Bestia.
Written by Juan Frendsa. Directed by Alberto Zegni.
Cast. Virginia Novello
An exploration of what happens in La Bestia, one of the most known trains,
because it brings so many illegal immigrants from South America to the USA.

Melocotón en Almíbar.
Written by Saida Santana. Directed by Saida Santana & Yareli Arizmendi.
Cast. Yareli Arizmendi.
Monologue from an abused woman about her partner.

PROGRAM H (Sat 5pm, Sun 4pm)

Te Quiero, My Love.
Written by Maria Serena.
Directed by Diego Zavala.
A couple separated by an absurd fence will find out what they could do to be together.

Cena Embarazosa.
Written by Ruben Tejerina.
Directed by Deborah Clemente.
Cast. Gemma Marin.
Two lesbians plan to get pregnant with the help of an invited guest who won’t know what’s going on.


Matilde y Lula.
Written and Directed by Tessie Herrasti.
Cast: Andi Yuma & Tessie Herrasti.
Matilde, a dreamer, and Lula, an intellectual, waltz their way through Post-War
Europe in search of a home. With the help of a hut and some imaginary champagne,
they discover that friendship is more important than reality.

El Paso.
Written by Rafael López. Directed by TBA.
Cast. Annalisa G. Dunker & TBA.
Interview in a police station about a robbery in the frontier with the help of an
interpreter.
WEEK FOUR- LATINO (October 4- October 7)
PROGRAM I (Thurs&Friday&Sat 7pm, Sunday 6pm)

Guerrera Inmortal.
Written by Prakriti Maduro. Directed by Prakriti Maduro and Veronica Osorio.
Cast. Daniela Azuaje & Maria Elena Heredia.
Crisis of a super star.

This is a Pencil. Helen is a Nurse.
Written and Directed by Lupe Gehrenbeck.
Cast. Elena Sanz & Sebastian Galvez.
Interesting romantic night of a couple and a Ouija board.

Osmosis.
Written and Directed by Jaime Arze.
Cast. Valeria Gonzalez
Two sisters discuss their futures while waiting for roadside assistance.

Subtextos.
Written by Laura Artolachipi. Directed by David Villaraco.
Cast. David Villaraco & Maria Albiñana.
An ex-couple are rehearsing for an audition, but they’ll find out that the same
lines could be delivered and interpreted in many different ways.

Tinder Sorpresa.
Written by Roberto Jose Herrera. Directed by Jhonathan Tabares.
Cast: Bibiana Navas & Ramon Valdés.
An encounter of a man and a woman through Tinder that will result in a surprise.

Come back.
Written and Directed by Roberto Espinosa.
Different stories that are somehow connected.

Justice.
Written and Directed by Mauricio Gomez Amoretti.
Cast: Maria Elena Heredia, Cindy Lazo & Rubén Guevara.
Three people talking about how one of them died in a protest in Venezuela.

PROGRAM J (Thurs&Friday&Sat 8:30pm, Sunday 7:30pm)

El Nido.
Written by German Suarez. Directed by Gladise Jimenez.
Cast: Gladise Jimenez, Rubén Guevara, Dive Assad.
Original story about a world lead by Queens that need to get pregnant by the
best men candidates…but once they are satisfied, they’ll kill them.

El Salto del Tigre.
Written by Pedro Pablo Picazo. Directed by Tony Garza.
Cast. Isabel Soto & Rosa Rubio.
Two women in a hospital waiting to hear about their lover who is in very bad condition.

Sirena.
Written by Eduardo Yribarren. Directed by Kimba Henderson.
Cast. Tsuria Diaz & Jantonio Bague.
A robbery in a small shop in Mexico could be a exciting experience.

Espectacular.
Written and Directed by Jose Villalobos.
Cast. Carlos Santos, Valeria Gonzalez, Sergio Macian & Karola Sanchez.
A famous actor gets electrocuted right before going on stage for a very important
performance of Romeo and Juliet.

Clean State.
Written by Bob Turton. Directed by Bo Powell.
Cast: Juliana Betancourt & Gustavo Ramirez.
A woman has been under a special therapy for a long time in a futuristic era.

Soy Blanca.
Written by Javier Ceriani.
Cast: Javier Ceriani.
A former associate of Pablo Escobar shares some information about one of the most important narcos in history. Information based on real facts and interviews.

PROGRAM H REPEATS [See above.} (Sat. 5 p.m., Sun. 4 p.m.)



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