by Isabelle Gutierrez, Contributor
Manhattan College Players held their third annual One Acts Festival on March 6 and 7.
Eight acts written and directed by students were performed each night. The plays explored comedies about robberies gone wrong, telling zombie stories and learning how to shake hands, romance stories about a blind date and another about coworkers in an airport, and more serious shows about losing a loved one, contemplating death and learning about how to fit in. The theater group has been working on organizing this festival since January and their hard work culminated in two nights of sold out performances.
Categories: Arts & Entertainment