Stageless Players Perform Festival of Ten Minute Plays
Posted December 11, 2012
The Stageless Players presented the Festival of Ten Minute plays, directed by Hillary Bucs, on November 9 and 10, as part of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Five of the plays were written by Western New England students Alexander Frustaci, Tom Caliento, Amanda Kuenstle, Kiomi Woods '11, and Molly McKenna. As a result of the performance, a respondent from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Robin Stone, nominated Alexander Frustaci and Kiana Woodson for the prestigious Irene Ryan Acting Scholarships. Alexander Frustaci was nominated for his role in Tom Caliento's play, Corporate Ladder, and Kiana Woodson was nominated for her role in Alexander Frustaci's play, Firm Belief.
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