March 7-9, 2013
1 hour, 40 minutes (including one intermission)  
The Bullitt Cabaret

The culmination of the Young Playwrights Program at ACT returns for its eleventh annual festival, showcasing eight world premiere plays by talented student writers ages 12 to 18.

2013 Young Playwrights Festival:

Program A: 
Thursday, March 7 at 7:30pm and Saturday, March 9 at 4:00pm
Featuring
Eustace Ames Schooners/Ships                Tali Hamilton, Ballard High School
River Wall                                                 Isabella Abad, Cleveland High School 
Year Like No Other                                    Ibrahim Edo, Garfield High School        
The Inside Scoop                                      Jenna Levin, Seattle Academy   

Program B:
Friday, March 8 at 7:30pm and Saturday, March 9 at 1:00pm
Featuring 
George & Wilson: Secret Agents                Zach Tlachac, Eastside Catholic 
Destinations                                             Rowan Lanning, Bainbridge High School
Fairest                                                     Frank Garland, The Afterschool YPP  
Project DAC001                                        Isabella Gutierrez, Lakeside School 

 

Program A:
Eustace Ames Schooners/Ships
by Tali Hamilton
Directed by Andy Jensen
An illiterate artist has a silly misunderstanding and is confronted by a sassy secretary, resulting in this hilarious farce!

River Wall by Isabella Abad
Directed by John Langs
A boy meets a girl trapped behind a mysterious wall in the middle of the woods. As their relationship blossoms, he becomes more and more determined to find a way to reach her, even when the jealousy of another girl threatens to get in the way.

Year Like No Other by Ibrahim Edo
Directed by Anita Montgomery
When Jake's mother becomes gravely ill, she pleads that he let his estranged father into his life. Can Jake forgive the man he feels abandoned him?

The Inside Scoop by Jenna Levin
Directed by Wayne Rawley
Kyle's body is under attack! Brain, Sinus, Lungs, and the other organs must band together to defend themselves from Rhinovirus with the help from an outside force.

Program B:
George and Wilson: Secret Agents by Zach Tlachac
Directed by Tim Hyland
George and Wilson may not be the best agents in the Worldwide Organization of National Crime Fighters, but that doesn't mean they can't save the universe from evil! They just need to stop arguing about who's going to drive...

Destinations by Rowan Lanning
Directed by David Gassner
A seemingly unconnected group of people meet on a train. When they find out the one thing they all have in common, they realize it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Fairest by Frank Garland
Directed by Amber Wolfe Wollam
In a kingdom long ago, a queen's magic mirror tries to help her make the right decisions for her people. Unfortunately, a broken heart sets up the beginning of a story we've all seen before.

Project DAC001 by Isabella Gutierrez
Directed by Gillian Jorgensen
In the not too distant future, prospective parents are able to design their future children simply by filling out a form. Will this result in the perfect offspring they desire, or is it better to leave some boxes unchecked?