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N.C. Theatre Conference High School Regional Play Festival to Be Held at Catawba College

October 27, 2009

Category: Events, Theatre Arts

This Friday and Saturday, October 30 and 31, the Catawba College Theatre Arts Department hosts the North Carolina Theatre Conference High School Regional Play Festival in Keppel Auditorium. The Festival is free and open to the public.

Come for one performance or come for all of them! The Festival showcases 300 young theatre artists from central N.C. high schools. Each production has 45 minutes to: assemble the world of their play on our stage, share their performance, and remove everything from the space, leaving it spotless for the next production. An adjudicator then offers a 10-minute public oral response to the work. Those who want to witness the full process, should arrive by five minutes until the hour. A full performance schedule follows:

Friday, Oct. 30
10 a.m.: North Stanly-The Education of Janet O’Malley by Christopher Sacco and Alan Haehnel
11 a.m.: Jay M Robinson HS- The Poet and the Rent by David Mamet
12 p.m.: Charlotte Christian School- Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
2 p.m.: Union Academy- The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet by Peter Bloedel
3 p.m.: Sun Valley HS-The Audition by Don Zolidis
4 p.m.: Central Academy of Technology and Arts- Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
5 p.m.: North Stanly-Balcony Scene by Donald Elser
6 p.m.: Knightdale HS- Language of Angels by Naomi Tizuka

Saturday, Oct. 31
9 a.m.:  Central Cabarrus HS- The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco
10 a.m.: Charlotte Country Day School- State vs. Medea by Jeff Donnelly
11 a.m.: West Forsyth HS- A Case of Belonging
12 p.m.: Hopewell HS- The Marriage of Figaro by Beaumarchais
2 p.m.: Union Academy- The Least Offensive Play in the Whole Darn World by Jonathan Rand
3 p.m.: Sun Valley HS- The Long View by Alan Haehnel
4 p.m.: Central Academy of Technology and Arts- The Good War by Studs Terkel
5 p.m.: Charlotte Christian School- Disney’s Mulan Jr. by Bryan Louiselle and Patricia Cotter





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