Theatrical group Script2Stage2Screen brings theater-lovers a comedy with “Intermission,” by David Hanson.  Staged-reading performances are Friday and Saturday, March 6 and 7, 2020.

Script2Stage2Screen Artistic Director Gina Bikales describes the play: “’Intermission’ is a funny love story about people who seek endless possibilities and happy endings. Can you find both? Should you try? What happens in between the two? The action, which takes place in a theater lobby at intermission will keep you laughing, and find you believing in love’s possibilities.”

All staged readings take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Rancho Mirage, 72425 Via Vail.   Tickets are $10. Tickets are available online via the group’s website:  Or they may be purchased at the door (cash or check only). 

The actors in “Intermission” will be: Brad Bryeans, Pamela Cole, Diane Moore and Marty Verdugo. 

Chet Cole is directing.

 The remainder of the S2S2S 2020 season:

April 3 & 4, 2020“I’m Not Rick Springfield,” by Vicki Vodrey, Kansas City, Mo. A bag of laughs driven by hero worship, mistaken identity and family dysfunction.   Directed by Gina Bikales.

May 1 & 2, 2020“A Night in Puglia,” by David Wolgin, Palm Springs. A love story for all ages and orientations. Sensual and sweet, set in Italy. Directed by Gina Bikales.

June 5 & 6, 2020“Auntie,” by Marty Martin, El Paso. Who was Auntie Mame? Could it be Marion, a lovable kook with a heart of gold? Directed by Don Cilluffo.   

Script2Stage2Screen was formed in 2009 by a small group of playwrights. It started as a vehicle to premiere original plays. Since then, it has developed into a diverse performing arts organization with the mission of highlighting social justice, families, sexual equality, the dignity of humankind, and the joy and humor of life.