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KCACTF 5 - Festival 51
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Date/Time

Date(s) - 01/20/2019 - 01/26/2019
All Day

Target Regions

Central US: Iowa, Central US: Kansas, Central US: Minnesota, Central US: Missouri, Central US: Nebraska, Central US: North Dakota, Central US: South Dakota

Target Occupations

Arts Administration, Design, Performance, Production, Management, Technical

Details

WHAT: KCACTF 5 – Festival 51
WHEN: January 20-26, 2019
WHERE: Sioux Falls, SD
REGISTRATION: NOW OPEN!

Registration  & Accomodations Information found at:  https://www.kcactf5.org/festival-51.html

Region 5 Sock Drive

Each year in Region 5 we gather in a generous city that has welcomed us and helped to celebrate the theatre arts.  As one of the largest regions, we regularly bring approximately 1,500 people into a host city that generously makes our festival a positive experience.

In an effort to thank our host city, Region 5 would like to begin a new initiative that will help us thank our generous hosts.  Homeless shelters are always in need, especially during the winter months.  Socks are one of those essential items that are often overlooked but which every shelter can use. We are asking anyone attending the festival who is able to bring a new package of plain, unisex socks to be donated to a local shelter.  Just bring your package of socks to the registration desk and we will take it from there.  Please consider donating as we all know how cold it is at our festival, so let’s inspire each other to help those in need.


New This Year!

Region 5 invites nominations for students interested in serving on the Student Advisory Board. The Student Advisory Board provides feedback about the KCACTF experience to the regional executive committee. Students interested in having a voice in festival programming should apply using the form below. Student Advisory board members should plan on attending the festival and participating in a meeting near the end of the festival week.

KCACTF Goals

encourage, recognize, and celebrate the finest and most diverse work produced in university and college theater programs;

provide opportunities for participants to develop their theater skills and insight; and achieve professionalism;

improve the quality of college and university theater in America;

encourage colleges and universities to give distinguished productions of new plays, especially those written by students; the classics, revitalized or newly conceived; and experimental works.

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