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"The Girls of Autumn"
by Paul Barile
 
Second Act Players is delighted to present
the World Premier showing of this comedy!

PERFORMANCES: 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 at 7 pm and
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 at 2 pm and 7 pm 
​at the Steeple Center
 
What happens when an old gang gets together to reminisce, to talk about the good old days, and then decide to get the old gang back together? And then what happens when that old gang just happened to have been a bunch of jewel thieves and getting back together means trying one last job? And then what happens when their old gang leader resurfaces and wants her old job back? Mix this with a few Golden Age budding romances, deceits, and stumbles, and you have a wacky combination that brings new meaning to the term growing old gracefully.

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Previously Performed  Plays and Skits by the Second Act Players​​
Ten Minute Play Festival
June 20, 2018

In conjunction with ArtBlast Week
 
“The Helpmate"
Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden








 







"Something's Gotta Give"
An elderly man confesses to a crime he can't remember
"What's On TV" 
When four programs are shown at the same time.
"Law and Disorder"
Crimes in Mother Goose Land
"A Minor Variation"

Two different viewponts surface when a husband and wife look out their window at 2 am.
What REALLY Happened at St. Anthony's? was a fabulous show, with rave reviews from the attendees!  

Here are a few photos from the show:
 
“Growing Up Catholic”
Memories of life in the Catholic Church.










 
“And Then There Were Nuns”
 A convict sneaks into a convent?











 
“Bingo Buddies”
Counseling provided by Fr. Mark












Christmas At The Steeple Center - Dec 2017​​
The Second Act Players wrote two hilarious skits that were performed at "Christmas At The Steeple Center - A Rock & Roll Christmas" on December 2, 2017.  Christmas Party at the Faulty Manners Assisted Living Home.  It was a skit about residents at a senior center holiday party who wasn't quite what they seemed to be.  The other was Elves in the Break Room.  The elves were taking a break from their work in Santa's workshop. They were sharing Christmas jokes and puns as they drank their hot chocolate.  

Club 210 - Aug 2017​​
Club 210 is an original play which premiered at the Steeple Center in August 2017.  This funny take on a 50-year class reunion was written by Rosemount author Denis. J. LaComb.
Five Original One Act Plays - June 2017​​
Five members of the Second Act Players attending a script writing class, and each wrote a one-act play. These five plays touched on topics from outrageously funny "Mating Game" to the serious "Decisions."  The writers also directed their own plays and they were performed during "Art Blast" in June 2017.  It was a wonderful learning experience for all.  
Knock, Knock, Who's There - April, 2017​​
Knock, Knock, Who's There? is an original murder mystery play written and directed by Keith Reed. As Grace prepares for a birthday party, for a dear friend, there are knocks on the door, but no one is there.  As guests arrive, the mysterious knocks continue.   What is happening?  But wait, wasn't this supposed to be a "murder" mystery.
Riot At Sage Corner -  Aug 2016
Riot at Sage Corner is another original play by local author Denis J. LaComb.  The Second Act Players performed this show in August 2016.
There's a Naked Man on our Couch - June, 2016
Suppose for a moment that you’re an older lady, a widow, living with two friends in similar circumstances.  Now suppose that you wake up on the morning of a long-planned trip to Las Vegas to a mysterious naked man (though he’s under covers) sleeping on your living room sofa.
Lunch Ladies at L'Ambrosia Luncheria - June, 2016​​
Mirabelle and Bernice, two very proper ladies, order lunch at an expensive restaurant, only to discover that the restaurant has a “No credit cards—Cash only” policy. What follows are scandalous lies, dishonorable accusations, shouted denials, someone getting thrown out, and (shudder!) making a scene. After losing all pretense of ladylike behavior, they find a solution that leaves the audience laughing.
At Halftime -  May 2016​​
This was one of the first skits performed by the Second Act Players.  The cast members of were playing  basketball against the Little Sisters of the Poor.  It was halftime, and they were getting beat 59-6.  The team was full of excuses and complaints and the coach tried to her best to get them ready for the second half.