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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
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The One Act Play Festival in review

Diana Issa, Campus Life Reporter February 24, 2022

At first, you are solving a mysterious murder on a cruise. Then you are growing up from teenagehood to college years while trying to deal with your own anxiety. Finally, you are far from home, feeling...

Upcoming One Acts Festival showcases student work

Upcoming One Acts Festival showcases student work

Diana Issa, Campus Life Reporter February 17, 2022

This week, the Whitman community will have the chance to attend the "One Act Play Festival." Everything in the festival, from the scripts to the productions themselves, has been made, performed and...

The One Act Play Contest

Emma Cooper February 18, 2016
The One Act Play Contest took place February 10th-14th, playing student-written and directed plays every night.

One Act Plays help students create memorable experiences

Hannah Bartman February 5, 2015

Next Wednesday, Feb. 11 marks the 26th-annual One Act Play Contest, a Whitman tradition that aims to introduce students to theater production and further promote the endurance of the arts. According...

Catharsis On and Off the Stage: Tyler Schuh Talks About the One Act Play Festival

Catharsis On and Off the Stage: Tyler Schuh Talks About the One Act Play Festival

Emma Dahl February 7, 2013

Sitting on the couches upstairs in the Reid Campus Center, first-year Tyler Schuh discusses his experience writing for Whitman's One Act Play Festival. Unlike most of the others who submitted plays, Schuh...

One-Acts depict innovative visions of love, apocalypse

caitlinhardee February 9, 2012
Senior Thomas Knook swore in frustration Harper Joy's "Black Box" as the actor struggled to enter gun-first through the curtains. The rifle muzzle appeared under the curtain hem and began inching forward.
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