2019 One-Act Festival
(Nov. 8-10, 2019)
There are many wonderful places to stay in Perth while attending the Festival. The Best Western Plus Parkside Inn and Spa has been selected as the official Festival hotel for the weekend. To book a room call (613) 326-0082 or follow the link to their website (https://www.perthparksideinnandspa.com/).
Click on the file below to access a ticket order form. The form needs to be printed off and mailed with payment to the address indicated within.
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Friday, November 8 (7:00 pm):
Mr. Philbin (Studio Theatre Productions)
Joy Derailed (Theatre Night in Merrickville)
Off My Block (Domino Theatre)
Saturday, November 9 (1:00 pm):
Franken/Steve (Rural Root Theatre)
The Discombobulating Greeting (Belleville Theatre Guild)
A Candle on the Table (Studio Theatre Productions)
Saturday, November 9 (7:30 pm):
The Consultants (Old Church Theatre)
Little One (Peterborough Theatre Guild)
This is our Home (Rural Rogues Theatre)
Awards Brunch: Sunday, November 10 (10:00 am) at Code's Mill on the Park (see map below)
This years' One-Act Festival Adjudicator is Annette G. Procunier.
Since 1984, Annette has adjudicated over 150 festivals including 20 International festivals in the United States, Canada, Ireland, Japan and Monaco. She has adjudicated the national festival for the American Association of Community Theatre 4 times and Theatre Ontario twice. She continues to be sought out to adjudicate and teach in Canada, the United States and Europe.
Annette's work as an adjudicator in 2009 earned her the distinction of Fellow of the American Association of Community Theatre for “single-handedly raising the level of Community Theatre in America.”
She is the author of the only textbook on adjudication “Do You See What I See?” and continues to teach and adjudicate festivals around the world.
Besides her work as an adjudicator, Annette is an award winning director having worked for 17 different theatre companies across Canada and the United States and she provides workshops in directing and stage management as well as adjudication.
Annette helped to found two professional theatres in Canada and has served on the boards of theatre and opera companies as well as Theatre Canada and NARA. In the last 5 years, Annette has worked extensively with new playwrights on script development and has been a judge in several new play competitions. After 45 years working in community, educational and professional theatre, it still remains her passion.