Don't Miss Theatre Odyssey's 2018 Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival This Weekend

Don't Miss Theatre Odyssey's 2018 Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival This Weekend

The 2018 Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival is this weekend, Saturday, February 3, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, February 4, at 2:00 p.m. at the Jane B. Cook Theatre (FSU/Asolo Center for the Performing Arts).

The 2018 plays and playwrights are:
Awakening by Kassandra Haakman - Saint Stephen's Episcopal School
Baker Act by Kaylee Hernandez - Sarasota High School
Psychosis by Ryan McKeever - Sarasota High School
The Quadrennial Bet by Spencer Emerson Opal-Levine - Pine View School
Too Many Cooks by Luke Valadie - Saint Stephen's Episcopal School
Ugly Sweater by Erica Lomnitz - Sarasota High School
We Will Not Leave You in Peace by Courtney Zoller - Manatee High School
What Happened to My Dad? by Demetrius Davis - Saint Stephen's Episcopal School

The eight plays selected for the sixth annual festival will be judged by three theatre professionals: Dan Leary, a comedic actor based in southwestern Virginia, who will also be performing at the 2018 SaraSolo Festival; Callie Donnelly, Middle/Upper Schools Performing Arts Director at Out-of-Door Academy; and Es Swihart, English and Acting teacher and sponsor of the Drama Club at Riverview High School, who was recently named Sarasota County 2018 Teacher of the Year. The winning playwright will receive $1,000 and the runner-up will receive $500. These cash scholarships are generously provided by the Dorothy B. Templeton Scholarship Fund at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.

Tickets are: Adults: $12 - Students: $5
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