The 6th Annual
Ten-Minute Play Festival at 4th Street Theater has finished for another
year. Voting for the audience favorite play has become a popular activity
for theater goers. This year, 80 percent of the audience members
participated in the voting process. All of the plays received votes and the
competition for best play was very close.
The play selected
this year was, "You Havenít Changed a Bit", written by New York playwright,
Donna Hoke. The play was directed by Earle and Betty Howe and the cast
members were Linda Lemond and Wayne Puchkors. The play told the story of two
people attending their 70th high school reunion and finding that they were
the last two people left in their class. It was charming and really
resonated with the audiences.
The Ten-Minute Play
Festival has grown in popularity since its first year. This year, audience
attendance brought a 96 percent sellout for the event. Three of the eight
playwrights were able to attend a performance and came from California,
Maryland and Illinois, for the very successful event. Plans are already
underway for the 7th Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival, set for August of
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