Here’s the line-up for this Sunday’s Boston Theater Marathon at the BCA’s Calderwood Pavilion, 527 Tremont St, Boston | $25 in advance; $30 at the door | 617.933.8600 or www.bu.edu/bpt/btm/index.html.

Noon–1 PM
SICK DAY George Spelvin [Rough & Tumble Theatre]
CARDS Theresa Rebeck [Lyric Stage Company of Boston]
ALL SOULS’ DAY Christine Evans [Stoneham Theatre]
ALL ABOUT CHRISTMAS EVE John Kuntz [Huntington Theatre Company]
CLIENT #1 R.D. Murphy [Underground Railway Theater]

1-2 PM
SHORT CUTS Christopher King [Playwrights’ Platform]
ORANGE CRUSH Wesley Savick [National Theatre of Allston]
SMILE Nina Mansfield [Wellesley Summer Theatre]
NOLA Rick Park [Zeitgeist Stage Company]
NOVICES Monica Raymond [Actors’ Shakespeare Project]

2-3 PM
GAMES AND PUZZLES Gail Phaneuf [Image Theatre Company]
BLACK OPS William Donnelly [Industrial Theatre Company]
TESTIMONIAL Jack Rushen [Way Theatre Artists]
OUTED Payne Ratner [Foothills Theatre Company]
DO YOU SEE THE GORILLA? Alan Brody [New Repertory Theatre]

3-4 PM
ROCKS Lydia Diamond [Village Theatre Project]
STICK AND MOVE Greg Lam [11:11 Theatre Company]
PROPERTY OF AFRICA Erik Christian Hanson [Riverside Theatre Works]
EGGS, TOAST, COFFEE Ron Fromstein [Publick Theatre]
CIGARETTE BOY Hortense Gerardo [Boston Playwrights’ Theatre]

4-5 PM
VERTICALS AND HORIZONTALS
Gary Garrison [3 Monkeys Theatrical Productions]
AN ARM AND A LEG David L. Meth [Boston University School of Theatre]
THE NEW WORLD Vladimir Zelevinsky [SpeakEasy Stage Company]
SAFE James Mclindon [Salem Theatre Company]
POOR SHEM Gregory Hischak [Theatre on Fire]

5-6 PM
CABMAN
William Orem [Gurnet Theatre Project]
COUNTING RITA Patrick Gabridge [Mill 6 Theatre Collaborative]
THE LAST CALL Deirdre Girard [SouthCity Theatre Company]
FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING John Shanhan [Another Country Productions]
EGGS Ronan Noon [Vineyard Playhouse]

6-7 PM
WHISTLING IN THE DARK Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro [Nora Theatre Company]
PEPE DOMIDO Tony Howarth [Boston College Department. of Theatre]
LATE NIGHT IN AUGUST IN THE WELLFLEET WOODS Dina Harris [Spontaneous Theatre Project]
SHOWER Jeremy Goldstein [Apollinaire Theatre Company]
BENJI 53 Leslie Harrell Dillen [West End Theater]

7-8 PM
SEX FOR A CHANGE Robert Brustein [American Repertory Theatre]
THE WOMAN YOU DESERVE Janet Kenney [Centastage]
ONE IN A MILLION Susan Kosoff [Wheelock Family Theatre]
OPEN HOUSE Michael J. Grady [Our Place Theatre Project]
SOLDIER BOY Leslie Powell [Metro Stage Company]

8-9 PM
SUB-PRIME Ed Bullins [Boston Theatre Works]
HELLUVA POKER FACE Christopher Lockheardt [Hovey Players]
FRABJOUS DAY April Ranger [Emerson Stage]
TAKE TWO Deborah Fortson [Shadow Boxing Theatre Workshop]
FIGHT TEST Georgia Lyman & Angie Jepson [Orfeo Group]

9-10 PM
BREAK IT DOWN John Oluwole Adekoje [Company One]
THE DEPTH OF PERCEPTION Katherine Roscher [Turtle Lane Playhouse]
HERO AND LEANDER Alison Potoma [North Shore Music Theatre]
BEIRUT ROCKS Israel Horovitz [Gloucester Stage Company in collaboration with Barefoot Theatre Company]
A GRAND SCHEME Jack Neary [New Century Theatre]

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