The festival next year is at Boise State University, Feb. 17-21, 2014 . The host hotel is The Grove. Details available on the Festival page.
IDRIS GOODWIN is a playwright, spoken word performer and essayist recognized across mediums by The National Endowment for the Arts, The Ford and Mellon Foundation. Idris will be kicking off the festival Feburary 16, 2014 at 8:30 in the SPEC with a performance of: HaMapah/The Map
The New West Drama Conference is pleased to announce the winners of the NWDC Scholarly Paper Competition. From many fine submissions the following have been selected:
KCACTF Region VII offers Festival participants a wonderful opportunity to take the next step in their educational or professional goals with this chance to be seen and heard by major universities and theatre companies. Registration will take place at the Festival. You will be scheduled a time to audition for summer work and/or training programs, year-long internships and seasonal employment.
In order to further student activity in the discipline of scholarship, this program will encourage and reward research and scholarly writing among undergraduates throughout the nation. Research Papers on all areas of the art and craft of Theatre, the outcome of class assignments or students’ own research interests, will be reviewed by KCACTF appointed readers for cash awards, KCACTF National Festival residencies and professional development opportunities.