Dreamwell has cast the actors to perform in the winning one-act plays from this year’s Writer’s Skirmish contest.

The first place winner is “World’s Teeniest” by Amy White, with runner-ups “AfterWerx” by Carrie and Richard New, and “Some Assembly Required” by James Grob. All three will have full productions. Performance dates are July 13, 14, 20, and 21. All three plays are performed each night. Coordinated by Matthew Brewbaker.

World’s Teeniest, directed by Matthew Falduto:

Man: Per Wiger
Woman: Noel Van Den Bosch
Girl: Mary Vander Weg

Some Assembly Required, directed by Meg Dobbs:
Gina: Linda Merritt
Carolyn: Melinda Eshbaugh
Steven: Nate Sullivan
Josh: Monty Hendricks
Linda: Traci Schoenle

AfterWerx, directed by Brian Tanner:
Grey: Brad Quinn
Beth: Michele Howell
Receptionist: Janet Haar
Melanie: Melinda Eshbaugh
Frank: Jim Eaton
Uncle Mike: Kenneth Van Egdon
Dr. Greer: Ali Ajram
William: Stephen Polchert

In World’s Teeniest, a woman comes home to find a kid in her house who just won’t leave. As they spar with words, it becomes clear there is more happening here than meets the eye. Amy White is a well known local writer whose work have been performed at Mount Vernon Lisbon Community Theatre and Riverside Theatre. Her work was also featured in Dreamwell’s production of Soldier’s Daughter last year.

Some Assembly Required is a very funny play about Freedom.

AfterWerx is the journey of two living people looking for answers in the afterlife to the destiny-altering moments of their lives.