DENMARK — The Denmark Arts Center will present an evening of one-act plays, directed in house. First up: “Impromptu,” a Pirandellian take of life on the stage. What happens when your actors don’t show up to their first call? Does the show go on? Next, “The Problem,” an efficient little two-hander with a husband, a wife, and a problem of a familial bend. The event is BYOB and cabaret style. Call the arts center at 207-452-2412 or visit denmarkarts.org for more information.

Jamie Hook is a filmmaker, a theater director, and a nonprofit entrepreneur. His films have shown in festivals across the country and around the world, and his theater work has been seen coast to coast. He has worked with a family of storied talents, including August Wilson, Karen Black, Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Isabella Rossellini, Crispin Glover, Geraldine Chaplin, John Ashberry, David Byrne, Eli Wallach, and many more.  Hook was the founding director of Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum, a co-president of The Film Company, and the Executive Director of the Denmark Arts Center. He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Denmark.

Harry Corthell is a theater director, stage manager, and current program manager at the Denmark Arts Center who spent his childhood in Maine. A current sophomore at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Corthell  is pursuing his Bachelor of Fine Arts in technical theatre. 


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