Home Page

Centennial Repertory Group Present: 3 One-Act Plays

March 28, 29, 30 & 31

Shakespear's MacBeth

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Duis scelerisque non metus sed lobortis. Etiam ac ultricies quam. Vestibulum ultricies porta urna.

Shakespear's MacBeth

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Duis scelerisque non metus sed lobortis. Etiam ac ultricies quam. Vestibulum ultricies porta urna.

Shakespear's MacBeth

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Duis scelerisque non metus sed lobortis. Etiam ac ultricies quam. Vestibulum ultricies porta urna.

The Diary of Adam and Eve

Mark Twain gives your audience front-row seats to the first battle of the sexes! Adam doesn't get a chance to name any of the new wonders of creation because Eve always beats him to it. When asked why she names a bird a Dodo, her reply is always, "Because it looks like a Dodo." Eve feels that she, too, is an important experiment and she must chronicle her observations. Among these observations are the discovery of fire, the fact that water runs uphill at night and that not only can she talk to animals but some, such as the snake, can talk back. Accepting the apple, Eve and Adam get a new look at life. The audience will get an enchanting new look at them.

Confessional

Can't find any synopsys or overview online for this play. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Quisque bibendum, dui in sollicitudin tristique, diam magna vestibulum dui, sed varius nisi neque ac justo. Quisque ornare vitae magna ut sagittis. Proin felis orci, rutrum ut auctor a, pharetra elementum augue. Donec pharetra fringilla neque ut mattis. Sed a sem erat. Sed et blandit risus. Curabitur vitae vulputate urna, non malesuada lectus. Sed sed velit quam. Vestibulum et dignissim ex, non consectetur massa.

Don't Tell A Soul

Tim Wallace's wife died in a boating accident several months ago. Tim was the only eye witness, and one New Jersey cop is sure he killed her. He didn't, but even if the police eventually clear his name, he'll never get over this terrible tragedy. 
On New Year's Eve, his two best friends and business partners finally convince him to go out for the first time since Maggie's death, and at their neighborhood pub just a few minutes before midnight, things in Tim Wallace's life go from bad to worse. "Can you keep a secret? A really big one?" a drunken stranger asks him. Before Tim can say anything or turn away, the man confesses to a months-old murder, even offering as proof the location of the woman's body. "Now it's your problem," he says and walks away. 

When the man turns out to have been telling the truth, Tim's life and work are put under the microscope again by the cops, and this time they're not giving up. But neither is Tim, even when things keep getting worse for him, and eventually he realizes he's the only person who can figure out what's really going on---even if it kills him. 

Our Spring Season

Curabitur vulputate eget felis vel tristique. Maecenas egestas eu nunc vel faucibus. Praesent in dapibus diam, et mollis dolor. Sed congue feugiat laoreet. Donec suscipit venenatis justo, dapibus consectetur nisi malesuada sit amet. Praesent scelerisque sem vitae nulla rhoncus, nec auctor nisi hendrerit. Integer in tellus lacinia, blandit felis id, porttitor turpis. In dignissim sit amet elit posuere vehicula. Fusce rutrum gravida gravida. Nam in mi suscipit, faucibus nisl laoreet, accumsan neque. Donec faucibus urna ac purus lacinia, nec euismod ligula varius. Integer viverra tempus 

>