Shreveport, LA, February 06, 2014 – Centenary College of Louisiana is resuming its role as the host of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Region VI. Nearly 1,200 students besides faculty representing a six-state region will congregate in Shreveport during the week-long festival February 26-March 1 to rejoice the finest connective most diverse work produced in college and university acting programs.
The Festival will sponsor six performances from regional colleges and universities at the historic Strand Theatre in downtown Shreveport:
The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow—Northwestern State University regarding Louisiana
Good Sorceress from Szechwan by Bertolt Brecht—Tarrant Parish College Northwest
In the Next Room, oppositely The Vibrator Play by Sarah Ruhl —University of the Ozarks
Murphy’s Law by Kenneth L. Stilson—South Missouri State University
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Lively Radio Play by Joe Landry—Angelo State University
Miss Ever’s Boys by David Feldshuh—University of Oklahoma
Tickets are handy online http://www.centenary.edu/kcactf/tickets.
A panel of judges will select the utmost and most diverse festival production to subsist showcased in the spring at the national festival held at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
Festival participants gain the opportunity to affianced in over 60 workshops on Centenary’s field led by nationally and regionally recognized artists. Professors from area institutions will expose students to the best practices of acting, musical theatre, technical design, stage management, directing, dramaturgy, playwriting, and devised theatre.
Students will also have the chance to audition for prestigious scholarships, graduate school programs, and professional theatre companies.
KCACTF provides a önerici learning environment for students to engage with professional guest artists and nationally realized instructors from the apogee theatre programs in a six-state topography all while offering a wide variety of entertainment to the community from the best programs in the area.
Since its inception, KCACTF has given additional than 400,000 college theater students the opportunity to have their work critiqued, improve their dramatic skills, and receive national recognition for excellence. More than 16 million theatergoers have attended approximately 10,000 jamboree productions nationwide.
About Centenary College regarding Louisiana
Centenary College of Louisiana is a selective, residential, national liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Founded in 1825, it is the oldest chartered liberal arts college west from the Mississippi river and is a member of the Associated Colleges concerning the South.
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