The Kennedy Center's American College Theater Festival: Ten-Minute Play Festival
- Fri., Apr. 22, 2011, 5:00 PM
- Family Theater
- Approx. 75 minutes
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Approximately 120 student-written Ten-Minute Play submissions are received at each of the eight KCACTF Regional Festivals (totaling over 960 submissions). Each of the eight regions will typically select only 10 playwrights to be showcased at the regional festival and a select few will be chosen as a national finalist.
All productions recommended for mature audiences.
58 & 59
By Matthew Fotis, University of Missouri
Two pages in a library book, stuck together for eternity waiting to be opened. A love story about hope and the power of knowledge.
Spaceships and things that look like them
By Molly Hagan, Ohio University
David recalls a childhood game in order to win his little sister's forgiveness.
By Adam Groff, Florida State University
Three very different mothers sit on a park bench, watching their children play.
The Ballad of 423 & 424
By Nick Pappas, San Francisco State University
When a new neighbor moves in next door to a reclusive author, an unexpected friendship blooms.
The Coyote Stratagem
By Guadalupe Flores, Texas State University–San Marcos
Vicki breaks up with Aaron. Aaron's strategy to win her back is inspired by an unlikely source.