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Catch funny one-act plays at St. Petersburg City Theatre

In one of the “summer shorts” at St. Petersburg City Theatre this weekend, young actors appearing in Monsters Under My Bed are, from left, Sam Sneary, Jonah Henriksson, Annika Fuller and Adam Fuller. 

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In one of the “summer shorts” at St. Petersburg City Theatre this weekend, young actors appearing in Monsters Under My Bed are, from left, Sam Sneary, Jonah Henriksson, Annika Fuller and Adam Fuller. 

Retirement, dogs, dating, kissing, monsters under the bed and chickens in the back yard are just a few of the topics tackled by the playwrights in St. Petersburg City Theatre's Evening of Summer Shorts, a series of 10 different 10-minute one-act plays. The top 10 selections were chosen from more than 500 submissions from around the world, with playwrights hailing from Tampa Bay to New Mexico. Harpist Micki Robinson will provide preshow entertainment in the lobby. Shows are at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students. Children younger than 12 are free with one adult each. 4025 31st St. S, St. Petersburg. (727) 866-1973. spcitytheatre.org.

Stephanie Hayes, Times performing arts critic

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