SELECTIONS 2018 SEASON
Villagers New Playwrights Series
Monday, April 16th 8 p.m. Free Admission
Written by Hal Corley
Directed by Linda Giordano
During the NJ blizzard of 1959, three generations of women in the same family fall prey to the charms of a mysterious young Woolworth’s manager. Wooing Milo comically illuminates three singular women and the man who dares to woo them simultaneously—all poised provocatively on the cusp of a brave new era.
The goal of the Villagers New Playwrights Series is to provide playwrights with an opportunity to glimpse the performance potential of their works in progress. Additional goals are to provide alternative performance opportunities for our local actors and directors and to expose our local audiences to new works. All submissions will be considered for their potential to fulfill these goals. Due to the fact that Villagers programs are supported, in part, by funds from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts/ Department of State (a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and administered by the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission through the State/County Partnership Local Arts Program), preference will be given to New Jersey resident playwrights.