The Drama Workshop continues its series of short theatrical works released as online videos. The Home View Theatre series continues with the release of GOOD WILL, written by Teri Foltz, and directed by Julie Jordan.
GOOD WILL stars Steve Phelan and Linda Callahan who play adult siblings who are going through items in their recently deceased mother’s garage. They become nostalgic, and then unearth surprises about their mother.
Tickets to stream any of the Home View Theatre productions can be purchased at https://thedramaworkshop.org/homeview-series2 or by calling the box office at (513)598-8303. Single videos are $5 or you can subscribe to the series of six videos for only $25.
Besides GOOD WILL, the second series of Home View Theatre plays includes:
- The Rules, a comedy by Jessie Faye. As they prepare for a first date, a man and woman reflect on societal pressure, self-doubt, and the complexities of the perfect outfit. TDW is excited to welcome Jeff and Maddy Weinkam to their TDW debut. They will play the couple, and Jeff is directing. The Rules is available now.
- Vir:Us, a collection of monologues written by a group of TDW artists who began a writer’s group during their pandemic downtime. Each monologue, performed by its author, explores how people try to make connections with others during the pandemic. The group of actor/playwrights consist of Chris Bishop, Betsy Bossart, Stephanie Klein, Lindsey Pullum, Fred Tacon and Eric Thomas. Vir:Us is available now.
- Second Story Jobs, a comedy by Fred Tacon that portrays what happens when an extremely overworked tooth fairy visits an adult man. The video will be directed by Lynne Aronson and feature Michael Sharon and Rusty Lacy. Second Story Jobs is available now.
- Indian Sign, a play by Clint Bramkamp. Conflict arises between a man leading a campaign to keep a twenty-eight foot advertising sign depicting a caricature of a Native American and a woman who takes personal offense to the sign. Richard Zenk directs the cast which features Jessie Faye and John McInerney. Indian Sign is available now.
- I’m Bloody Retired, a comedy by Eric Thomas. Retiring Detective Sergeant Royal is given one last assignment – to train rookie Detective Francis – and one last case — to finally bring down his arch-nemesis. Dennis Murphy will direct and play Detective Royal. The cast also includes Nicholas Dunker, Lindsey Pullum, Chris Bishop, Karen Romero and Stephenie Klein. I’m Bloody Retired will premiere later in April.