Play with Your Food sets March presentations
Updated 8:42 am, Thursday, February 25, 2016
Auburn’s “The Upset” examines the competitive world of professional tennis. In 2001, he won a Pulitzer Prize for his play, “Proof.” LaBute’s play, “A Second of Pleasure,” focuses on competition within relationships. LaBute, known for plays like “Fat Pig,” “The Shape of Things” and “The Way We Get By,” and several have been filmed, including “In the Company of Men,” which he also directed. Rounding out the March program is Mary Louise Wilson’s short comedy, “Laughs.”
Among the actors performing will be Scott Bryce, of Weston, who appeared as Walt Disney in last year’s Play with Your Food reading of “Small World” by Fred Stroppel, as well as in the 2014 production of David Auburn’s “Amateurs.” Bryce is known for his long-standing role on the television soap opera, “As the World Turns.”
Westport caterer A Dash Of Salt will provide lunch for Toquet Hall audiences, while Spic ’n’ Span Market in Southport will provide lunch to Fairfield audiences. Lunch is served at noon followed by performances at 12:30 p.m.