3rd Annual 24-Hour Play Festival
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM on Jan 11, 2014
Where: Henderson Humanities Building, Gentry Auditorium
A little bit of caffeine, a lot of creativity and 24 hours to produce a 10-minute play (from writing to performance) -- that is the challenge of the 3rd Annual Carson-Newman Theatre 24-Hour Play Festival. This year's event opens at 4pm on Friday, January 10 with a welcome and workshops conducted by festival respondents for participants in acting, directing and writing. Following dinner, the clock starts and the 24 hours of fun and madness begins with auditions. At 10PM the playwrights set to work developing 10-minute plays based on the actors, props and costumes assembled by all the participants and at 5AM the directors cast their productions. Actors join the directors and stage managers at 7AM to begin a day of rehearsals. Finally, at 5:30 PM on Saturday, January 11 the plays are ready for performance for a public audience. Festival participation is open to high school juniors and seniors and any Carson-Newman student. Contact Kyle Biery (email@example.com) for more information.