KENNEDY CENTER AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATRE FESTIVAL

REGION 6: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas

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2018 Regional Festival (FESTIVAL 50)

Angelo State University - Feb. 28 - March 3, 2018

2018 Regional Festival REGISTRATION is now live!!

Click the link at the bottom of the page, or the Regional Festival in the menu at the top of the page.

Register your Production

Click the menu item at the top of the page. Productions should be entered at least 30 days before opening night to give the region sufficient time to schedule a respondent. Although all reasonable efforts will be made, respondents for productions entered after 30 days before opening night cannot be guaranteed.

About KCACTF

The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) is a national organization that exists to celebrate the educational and creative process of university and college theatre. KCACTF promotes professional standards and provides students and faculty with opportunities to bridge the academic and professional worlds. KCACTF honors achievements in diversity and excellence and encourages experiences in all areas of theatre. THE KENNEDY CENTER AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATER FESTIVAL DIVERSITY STATEMENT: The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival affirms its commitment to policies and practices of promoting inclusion and diversity in its leadership, both regional and national, as well as in its programming. We pledge to nurture talent in all areas of the theater based solely on merit and achievement. We encourage production respondents to avoid discriminatory comments and embrace the variety of artistic choices generated by the diversity of perspective that exists on college campuses across the country. We promote collegial exploration of new ideas, supported by a clear understanding of long-held artistic practices, fully respecting the communicated intentions of the playwright. We encourage discourse that effects positive change in the ways that under-represented groups are portrayed onstage, and we oppose acts of cultural appropriation and character depictions that deepen existing cultural divides. We embrace the idea that diversity in experience and perspective makes our organization stronger and more relevant and is therefore essential to our educational mission of training the future artistic leadership in American theater.