Story Theater Company presents its second Ten-Minute Play Festival on July 13-14, 2019 at its Black Box Theater!
The festival features plays written and directed by youth associated with STC.
Sat. July 13 at 7:00 pm
Sun. July 14 at 2:00 pm
Nancy Evans and Jim Trenberth
SELECTED PLAYS AND DIRECTORS
The following plays and directors have been selected for our production:
- Within Minutes–written by Asher Suski, directed by Anika Slowing. Two women reflect on love and their relationship as their world is about to end. (Ages 13-18, 2 roles)
- Reflections–written by Anika Slowing, directed by Zander Reed. Several characters realize that though they each have insecurities, the challenges of life can help them grow…together. (Ages 11-18, 4 roles)
- Patients (or The Risks One Takes in Confidence)– written by Zander Reed, directed by Morgan Reetz. A therapist discusses a large past regret and unexpectedly discovers encouragement to move on. (Ages 13-18, 3 roles)
- Cilantro is the Mark of Death–written by Ember Biggs, directed by Josh Gartin. In a comedically corrupt kingdom, a royal chef’s scheme goes differently than planned. (Ages 9+, 5 roles)
- Here be the Monstrous–written by Josh Oren, directed by Olivia Griffith. A stowaway, pirates, and an unexpectedly realistic imaginary rival converge on one small ship in the middle of the ocean. (Ages 11-18, 4 roles)
- Pool Party–by Olivia Griffith, directed by Amanda Gray. (Ages 13-18, 3 roles)
Auditions for the Ten-Minute Plays will be held from 1–3 p.m. on Sunday, June 2 at STC’s Black Box Theater.
SIGN UP HERE FOR AN AUDITION TIME!
No preparation is needed prior to the auditions.
There is no participation fee for those who are cast.
Here is a Basic Rehearsal Schedule. Shows will rehearse during 1.5-hour time blocks during the first two weeks of July.
Here are the audition excerpts, in case you’d like to take a look ahead of time (but this is not required).
Questions? Contact Nancy Evans, Ten-Minute Play Festival Producer, at email@example.com or 515-231-9612.
This program is funded in part by local option tax funds provided by the City of Ames through the Commission on the Arts (COTA).