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Short Cuts 6

Short Cuts 6

May 6 – 15, 2016, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton

Boca Raton, Fl., April 5, 2016 — The Playgroup’s wildly popular shorts program is back for its 6th season, featuring the very best in South Florida playwriting talent: comedies, dramas and a few surprises. Eight amazing ten-minute plays by South Florida playwrights.  Rated PG-13.  Directed by Brian Reeves and Charlene Smith.  8 PM Friday and Saturday, 2 PM Sunday, 300 S Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33486.  All seats $25.  Call (561) 347-3948 or visit 


BEST PLANET TO RETIRE ON by Les Abromovitz. Two space travelers learn about Earth living the good life in Wildwood, New Jersey. 

BOB GETS CAST OUT OF HELL by Robert O’Connell.  Bob makes life Hell for the devil and the devil doesn’t like it.

EVERY NUMBER by Nicholas Rapuano.

Winning the Powerball doesn’t necessarily mean you will also win the lottery of love.

GUESS WHAT’S COMING TO DINNER by Don Grimme.  All is not what it seems in a romantic comedy with a twist.

KITTY, KITTY by Todd Caster.  An eager young man applies for a job as a “cat feeder.”

LIGHT by Brian Reeves

A young couple in a strange and confusing situation, question life, reason and even themselves.

THE AUDITON by Joyce Newman Scott

Twenty years after two young flight attendants vied for a prized acting role, they reconnect. Have they forgotten how to compete?

Wait by Shep Wolsky.  What should you do when time stands still?



Yasmin Adli, Brenda Aulbach, Jill Brown, Kayla Bussel, David Ehrlich, Fran Friedman, Peter Hawkins, Barbara Mota, Nick Rapuano, Eric Schultz and Tom Turner comprise the talented cast of Short Cuts 6.



Founded in 2010, The Playgroup is committed to showcasing the work of local artists; playwrights, directors and actors.  They only produce original plays by local playwrights and hold monthly workshops where playwrights can develop their projects and network with local actors and directors.  Past productions include:  Better Than Money and The Last Of The Aztecs, by Joe Feinstein, Scenes From A Chinese Restaurant by Tom Andrew, Little Piggies and Broken Angels by Todd Caster, Joseph Andrews by Peter Hawkins, The Monster Project by Brian Harris and five one-act evenings:  Shortcuts 1,2,3, 4 and 5.  The Playgroup constantly seeks new playwrights to showcase. Visit