One-act plays are great, for those of us who may possess the attention span of one of the larger insects. Actually, they’re like hit singles or short stories—the compression of the form demands that you get in, tell your story and get out with a certain sense of economy. We, and our spinal columns, like that. To that end, the T Street Players are staging a set of three one-act plays, performed by the Imagination Station Repertory, which is made up of local actors ages 14-20. The three plays, directed by Jim Hinrichsen, are The Moonfish, King Lear (an excerpt from, of course, a larger play) and The Flight of Amelia Earhart. They run 8 p.m Friday (Feb. 16, March 9), Saturday (Feb. 17, 24, March 3, 10) and 6 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 25, Mar. 4) at the T Street Theatre, inside the Coloma School at 4623 T St. Admission is $10 general, $5 for students, seniors and SARTA members. For information call 264-8890.