After a two year, in-person hiatus, Delbarton is proud to have The One Acts Festival return to the Fine Art Center stage once again! These student-written-and-directed plays debut on Friday and Saturday night, April 22 and 23 at 7:00 PM. The Festival is moderated by faculty members Dr. Rachel Carlson and Mr. Greg Wyatt who work closely with the playwrights to develop their concepts for the stage. This year, we have two student-written plays and one professionally-written play, with a student director. (A special shoutout to William Ritter '22 for designing this year's One Acts flyer).
Our 2022 One Acts Festival include...
All Is Still in Algiers by William Ritter ’22, directed by Sahej Sandu ’22 and William Ritter; Synopsis: 1962, French Algeria: A couple finds themselves caught in the midst of Algerian liberation while struggling with their own difficult histories and moral crises.
Childhood Dreams written and directed by Hayden Kim ’22; Synopsis: A depressed teen finds solace in a writing club and is forced to confront his mental health by a friend from his past.
Words, Words, Words by David Ives, directed by Jack Tobin ’22; Synopsis: 3 monkeys. At typewriters. Trying to compose Hamlet.
This is an event you won’t want to miss. Reserve your tickets here ($5 for students, $8 for adults). ALL are welcome!