Sixty Plays Will Compete for Top Spot at WonderLand One-Act Festival

News   Sixty Plays Will Compete for Top Spot at WonderLand One-Act Festival
The First annual WonderLand One-Act Festival will kick off May 24 at Studio Theatre on Theatre Row.

The competition will feature 60 one-act plays that were selected from hundreds of submissions from around the world. Playwrights who will be represented during the Festival, which runs through June 9, include Andrew Biss, Jack Dyville, Shirl Hendryx, Irwin Nayman, Greg LoProto, Csaba Teglas, Jessamyn Fiore, Ken Kaissar, Elizabeth Orndorff, Nick Mwaluko and Bennett Windheim. The Festival will feature four elimination rounds: The initial 60 plays in the Roller Coaster Round will be whittled down to 20, which will proceed to the Ferris Wheel Round on June 5 and 6. Ten of those plays will be selected for the Merry Go Round on June 7, and three will then be chosen to be part of the Free Fall Round on June 8. On June 9 a special ceremony will be held to present the one play chosen as the Best Production. The playwright will receive a $1,000 grand prize.

Theatre Row is located in Manhattan at 410 West 42nd Street. Tickets, priced $18 per presentation (three or four one-act plays), are now available by calling (212) 279-4200 or by visiting

For a complete list of plays and show times, visit

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