Oakmont Playreaders Plan Two Comedies and a Drama.

As we head into the fall season, Oakmont Playreaders finishes one comedy and plans another plus a drama in September. “Better Late,” by Larry Gelbart, ends with the second act performance on August 29. It’s made raucously funny by Jane Borr, Jeffrey Sheff, Ginna Zoellner, Ron White, and D. Hall.
The mood changes on September 5 and 12 when Ron and Sandy White present “Oleanna,” by David Mamet. This is a powerful drama which explores the destructiveness of miscommunication and excessive political correctness, academic politics, student-teacher relationships, and sexual harassment.
Star Power presents Neil Simon’s comedy “I Ought To Be In Pictures” on September 19 and 25. In it, Libby hitchhikes from New York to Hollywood to visit her estranged father. But when she arrives, it soon becomes apparent that her run-down dad is in no position to advance his daughter’s career or his own.
Join Oakmont Playreaders every Monday at 2pm in Room B of the Central Activities Center.

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