Bismarck State College’s Sidney J. Lee Auditorium is the stage for the Fourth Annual 24-Hour Play Festival on Friday and Saturday.
BSC students and alumni, as well as students from area colleges and high schools and interested Bismarck-Mandan community members, are invited to join in writing, casting, costuming, directing, rehearsing and performing 10-minute plays.
“The 24-Hour Play Festival has quickly become one of our most popular, most anticipated events of the year ” said Danny Devlin, BSC assistant professor of theatre. “Each year we attract a wider and wider base of participants and audience members who want to join in on the insanity."
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Participants will gather Friday at 7:30 p.m. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Devlin expects four to five plays will be performed after the 24-hour prep period. The process can be followed all night and day on Facebook.
The event is sponsored by the BSC Theater department and BSC Drama Club. Admission is free.