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PRE-SOCIAL HOUR EVENT: An Hour of Short Sweet Plays

Friday, August 2, 2024, 3:00 PM until 4:00 PM
1821 Catalina Avenue
Berkeley, CA  94707
Additional Info:
Pre-Social Hour Event
Registration is recommended
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee

8-2 PSH play 1
Gunning for Life

8-2 PSH play 2
 That All of Us Should Be Fed

8-2 PSH play 3
A Walk in the Park
RSVP:  Self register, call 510-204-9200, or send an email to Those who pre-register will receive an email reminder the day before and be entered in a drawing for a door prize. 

When:   First Friday of the month, 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Where: 1821 Catalina Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94707                                  

Open to: All

An Hour of Short Sweet Plays

Performed for Seniors, by Senior Actors, directed by Gary Green

Gunning for Life, by William Borden

Roscoe is facing a health crisis and wants to make a dramatic exit.  In a humorous conversation with his loving wife of many years, she helps him come to a more reasonable alternative.

That All of Us Should Be Fed, by Eliza Anderson

In early 20th-century rural New England, a straight-laced woman visits the oddball town spinster, thinking she was asking for help.  When she finds out the spinster only wanted to talk, she at first is offended, but the conversation leads to a touching connection.

A Walk in the Park, by Aren Haun

When a husband and wife are mugged in the park, the mugger turns out to have a master’s degree in art history.  The overly-extraverted husband is gradually drawn into excited conversation with the mugger, to the great exasperation of his wife.

CAST: Roanne Butier, Jon Rasmussen, Gail Wetherbee. 
All are accomplished actors from Rossmoor senior community.