Heavy Hors D’oeuvres 3: Interrobang’s Holiday Dinner
Interrobang’s beloved Heavy Hors D’oeuvres returns for its third year this December, featuring short, new plays written around the theme of holiday dinner. This evening of intimate performances offers a taste of new, locally grown scripts that, despite their size, deliver a powerful punch of drama. It’s not light refreshments, it’s heavy hors d’oeuvres.
The Ides of May By Laura Fuentes, Directed by Corey Hennessey
It’s Mother’s Day and a baby shows up on Beth and Teddy’s door step. Naomi comes back to retrieve her son that she left in a moment of weakness, and Beth and Naomi connect over what motherhood is really about.
The Well By Rich Espey, Directed by Katie Hileman
Meeting your significant other’s family is always awkward, but when meeting the Babley Family things quickly progress into the absurd for Shanna.
Three by Natalie Piegari, Directed by Cara Elaine Hinh
At the first Thanksgiving after the death of a beloved daughter and sister a family struggles to communicate their feelings with one another and decide how to move on.

“…delicious bite-sized semi-dramas…an impressive feat…a brilliant way for theatergoers in Charm City to experience new and intriguing works.” —TheatreBloom
“Delicately bouncing back and forth between unpredictably hilarious and downright heart wrenching…a beautifully crafted evening… The stories are all told with honesty and nerve that is wonderful to watch.” —Baltimore Independent Theater Review
Wednesdays-Sundays, December 6-17, 2017 at the Strand Theater
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