Festival’s fifth year to showcase storytelling, plays and songwriting
Saturday’s Playwright Competition (presented twice, starting at 1:30 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m.) will feature short plays with titles such as A Cold Day In…, How to Ensoul the World, One Thing, On the Rail Siding and The Bu.. Stops Here. Audience members who have seen one entire set of plays will vote for the winners. You can attend twice and vote twice if you wish.
The Lori Smith Memorial Performing Arts Scholarship Award will also be presented at the afternoon performance.
On Sunday at noon there will be music by Homemade Jam, a recap of the storytelling and playwright contests, followed by the Playwright Peer Judges Awards and the Playwright $500 Grant Prize Award.
At 1:15 p.m. is the Songwriting Competition followed by People’s Choice Voting.
After music from Angela Sloan and the Last Call, the festival weekend will finish up with the Songwriting Peer Judges Award, the Songwriting $500 People’s Choice Grant Prize award, closing ceremonies and music by Ghosha.
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This is part of the August 16, 2013 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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