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An original one act play by Ricardo Ramirez
Thursday | September 15 | 7:30 pm
Friday | September 16 | 7:30 pm
Saturday | September 17 | 7:30 pm
Sunday | September 18 | 2 pm
BDACT Fine Arts Center – Kamps Auditorium
Directed by Carla Woebbeking
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By Ricardo Ramirez
If you could have one more minute, one hour… one day to share a moment, what would you say? How would it feel?
One Day explores confronting loss and how different couples cope with the idea of moving on and starting over. Inspired by a family story, the playwright’s mother shared how her widowed father would come home from work, walk up the steps to the bedroom, and speak to his deceased wife about his day as if she were still present. This heartfelt and memorable connection invites each of us to consider how we might handle our inevitable losses.
Director: Carla Woebbeking
Producers: Jennifer Bohlig & Jill Kaufman
The Redbud Players of Columbus debuted One Day at the Wisconsin AACTFest on January 18-20, 2019 at the Verona Performing Arts Center, Verona, Wisconsin. Community theaters from around the state attended and performed for the opportunity to advance to a regional round of competition. The production won the following awards and advanced to the Regional Festival in Kokomo, Indiana:
- Excellence in Acting – Megan Scullin as Mary
- Excellence in Supporting Acting – James McMillan as Doug
- Excellence in Supporting Acting – Cynthia Klawitter as Laura
- Excellence in Playwriting – Ricardo Ramirez
About the Author
Ricardo Ramirez has been involved with community theatre for more than 35 years on and off-stage. His memorable roles include Dan in Next To Normal, Tom Collins in Rent, Harold Hill in The Music Man, and everything in between. Rick directed many notable BDACT productions including Annie, Lombardi, Wizard of Oz, and Footloose. A talented musician, he wrote and performed an original work with BDACT’s One Voice Children’s Chorus and is well-known for his work with the Loco Vocals. Rick works as a maintenance man at Park Creek Apartments in Beaver Dam.