SECOND ANNUAL ONE-ACT PLAY FESTIVAL
Short play competition open to U.S. playwrights
From the 100 plays submitted by playwrights across the country, four are slated for production in this second annual playwriting competition:
Immurement by David L. Williams
A couple of young tourists in a foreign country have just been arrested. They’re not sure why they’re being detained, but when an attorney sent by the local government arrives to review their case, they learn, to their dismay, what their crime was and more importantly, what their punishment is going to be.
Growl by J. Lois Diamond
Iranian poet Simin Behbahani is heading to Paris to read her poetry when she is detained in the Tehran airport. Despite being 82 and almost blind, she is interrogated throughout the night. Will her principles prove to be stronger than her fears?
Ivy Walls by Karen Cecilia
Camille, a college senior who works hard and sacrifices everything for her future, finds herself in a situation with her dormmate, Emma, that challenges her to question everything she has worked for.
Provenance by Ian Patrick Williams
A near homicidal art collector confronts a forger when he realizes the painting he bought at auction is a fake.