NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2020
STILL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS FESTIVAL
OF ONE-ACT PLAYS
A $3.00 donation per play is requested for each submission to help us support our readers. See details below.
Seeking original, previously unproduced (or at least not produced in Connecticut) short plays
depicting today's senior citizens:
vibrant, active, engaged
Festival dates to be announced
Click below for details and parameters
The Michael Chehov Theatre Festival is celebrating its eleventh year. Inspired by the innovative, imagination-based technique of Michael Chekhov, the festival is dedicated to discovering and welcoming original artists, presenting their creative work and offering sanctuary to experiment and explore new theatre in Ridgefield, which has become a thriving theatrical hub.The nephew of famed Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, Michael Chekhov (1891-1955) achieved fame in his own right as an actor/director/author who relocated his dramatic arts school from England to Ridgefield in 1939.
Happy Holidays from one of our favorites:
Don Striano as Jack Frost with Kristin Huffman as Mrs. Clauz, conceived & directed by Emmy Award winner Dave Distinti.
Since 2006, SKTC has presented new works and contemporary classics aimed at an adult audience. Whether comic or dramatic, SKTC is happiest when you walk out talking about what you've seen.
(Left: Fred Stropppel's "Small World" with Scott Bryce & Robert Resnikoff)
From staged readings to full productions, we aim to present works and topics that are of interest to an older, wiser, and more experienced audience.
( Right: Richard Dresser's "Rounding Third" with JP Sarro and Steven L. Barron. Below: "Still Crazy After All These Years", an annual festival of one-act plays: over 55 and fabulous!))