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One Act Festival 2023

One Act Festival 2023

Please Note: The Department of Theater's One Act Festival 2023 will be free admission!
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An evening of bold one act plays!
Directed by: MFA Directing Students:
Katy Carly, Dan Hasse, and Cassidy Kepp

The Language Archive by Julia Cho (Dir. Katy Early)
In The Language Archive, George is a linguist committed to the preservation and documentation of dying languages. At home, however, language fails him. He doesn't know what to say to his wife, Mary, to stop her from leaving him, and he doesn't recognize the deep feelings that his language lab assistant, Emma, has for him. Meanwhile, two subjects of George’s study, perhaps the last living speakers of the (fictional) language, Elloway, have flown overseas to the archive to record their conversations in their native tongue.

Middle Distance written and directed by Dan Hasse
A farm in rural Virginia. It's December 21st and seventy-two degrees. A family dinner on the back porch goes south.  Middle Distance is a play about the value of land, labor, and legacy.

Wives by Jaclyn Backhaus (Dir. Cassidy Kepp)
At Ernest Hemingway’s funeral, his ex-wives fight to define who they are despite the looming presence of Big Ern, the ghost of the second wife, a large swordfish, and a lot of rum.


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