10-Minute Play Festival Update!
Little Theater of Winston-Salem and Winston-Salem Writers will hold auditions for the seven plays that make up this year's 10-Minute Play Festival. Video submissions will be accepted August 17-31.
Roles are available for actors ages 17-50. The 10-Minute Play Festival features the winning plays from a competition held each year by Winston-Salem Writers. The plays, originally slated to be produced by LTWS this past June, will be performed online, one play per night at 7 pm, between Monday, September 28, and Sunday, October 4. The winning plays include "A Hole in the Fence" by Abigail Franke, "U Up?" by Ken Ashford, "Broken Arrow" by Bradley Stephenson, "First Day on the Job" by Becky McLaughlin, "The Affliction" by Tim Wiest, "Punctuated Romance" by David Ratcliffe, and "The Next Station" by Cameron Kent. Character descriptions are listed on the auditions page at www.ltofws.org/auditions. Actors are to prepare two modern monologues, one dramatic and one comedic, both under one minute long. The two monologues need to be submitted in one video, which should include the actor's name and the play(s) and character(s) for which they are auditioning. In the email accompanying the video, actors must include the following information: their name, age, the play(s) and character(s) they are auditioning for, and their availability for rehearsals. Emails and videos should be sent to
. Directors for the plays include Michael Burke, Gregg Vogelsmeier, Jae Campbell, Ashley Pearson, Chad Edwards, Suzanne Vaughan, and Britt Stone, who is also coordinating the Festival. Rehearsals will begin the week of September 7. Rehearsals and performances will be held via Zoom. For further information, please visit www.LTofWS.org.