1st Place Staged Production 2nd Place Play Reading 3rd Place Play Reading
One Foot In The GravyOne Foot In The Gravy
by Howard Kingkade (click for video)

Fergy, a cultured but jaded middle-aged woman, talks her lover, Ned, into disguising himself as a female nurse in order to care of her wealthy skinflint husband, Frank, who is reportedly on death's doorstep.  Tired of waiting for Frank to die, Ned steps into action which sets off a series of madcap events.  Festival pass holders attend Saturday, March 18 at 8:00 pm

Additional performances:
Friday,     March 17 @ 8pm
Sunday,   March 19 @ 2pm
Friday,     March 24 @ 8pm
Saturday, March 25 @ 8pm
Sunday,   March 26 @ 2pm
My Dead ClownMy Dead Clown
by David Rousculp (click for video)

Bill is at the top of his game.  He is the most admired funeral director in town.  He lives above the funeral home and hopes to buy the place when the owner retires.  This perfect world comes to a screeching halt when Bill's wife tragically dies.  Bill loses his faith and his will to live.  With no hope in sight, and struggling to keep his job, a bizarre turn of events happen happens that brings a dead professional clown to life.  Bill, thinking this is his "Pink Slip," tried to get rid of the clown, but the clown is here to stay.  This crazy clown is wound up and unpredictable.  Ironically, it is up to this clown to save the day and Bill.

Stage Reading: Saturday, March 18 at 2pm
The Unpredictability Of FireThe Unpredictability of Fire
by Rebecca Cameron (click for video)

Allie Chapman, a firefighter/ paramedic, is seeing to the wounded Police Officer Jake Brecker.  A spark between the couple grows and flares up as a conflict of interest when Officer Brecker applies for a position at the Fire Academy.  The Fire Chief presses for recommendations, citing the "unpredictability of fire," and the extreme danger that could arise from a firefighter who wasn't 100 percent ready and prepared.  A deadly fire leads to an investigation that consumes all involved.

Stage Reading: Saturday, March 18 at 10am
Janet Allen, Executive Artistic Director of Indiana Repertory TheatreFESTIVAL WORKSHOP
Discussion with Janet Allen
Executive Artistic Director of Indiana Repertory Theatre
Saturday, March 18 at 5:30 pm
What's the world like these days for playwrights in the U.S.?  How do I get further connected?  Who is developing new work and what kinds of things get produced?  We'll talk about these and further questions in an open discussion focused on candor and collegial friendliness!  Nuts and bolts, and big picture too.  Bring your questions! BUY TICKETS