Page to Stage Festival
|Country and Region||United States — Washington, D.C.|
|Type of Festival||Drama|
|Location of Festival||Washington, D.C., USA|
|Festival Contact Information|
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
The annual Page to Stage Festival takes place at the Kennedy Center and features theater companies from the area. Audiences can enjoy free readings and open rehearsals of musicals and plays that are in the development process. The works are by local, regional, and national playwrights, librettists, and composers.
|Festival Dates||September 1 - 3, 2012|
Rehearsal feature 2012:
- September 3, 2012 — Faceless
- Active Cultures invites you to a behind the scenes glimpse into how our work takes shape. Watch director Lee Mikeska Gardner work through scenes. Observe an extraordinary company of seasoned performers — Ariana Almajan, Manu H. Kumasi, Meredith Richard, and Alison Talvacchio — as they explore the text. Eavesdrop on conversations between actors, the director and the playwright Mary Resing. Afterwards, join in a lively conversation about the production. If you have a great idea, let us know. Our audience helps us create our work. Hunker down with this rare opportunity for behind-the-scenes engagement with an ascendant young company celebrated for its bold approach to creating locally specific work. The script we will be working on, Faceless, is a gothic ghost story set at the HayAdams Hotel in the middle of a snow storm. Faceless will be performed in a gutted building in Riverdale Park, Maryland in October 2012 as part of HellSpawn II: Black Aggie speaks. http://www.activecultures.org/
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- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
2700 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20566
- Although the events are free there is limited seating on a first come, first served basis. General admission seating opens approximately 30 minutes prior to each event.
Note — There is No free parking when attending free events.