The One-Act Festival is an evening of hilarious, poignant, and thought-provoking plays that are entirely written, directed, and performed by students. This year’s theme, in conjunction with the CCU Symposium, is “Broken and Beautiful: The Church as the Bride of Christ.”
For the first time, the One-Act Festival will be held outdoors as a “play crawl”—each play will take place in a different location on campus, and the audience will travel in small groups from play to play!
Audience members should meet on the Leprino East Patio by 5:15, at which time you will check in and be assigned a group to travel the crawl with. It is required that all audience members wear masks, maintain six-foot distancing from others in their group, and adhere to all guidelines given by their guide.
*Audience members will be standing and/or sitting on the grass at each location, so wear comfortable clothes and shoes!