Concordia University-St. Paul
September 23-24, 2005
Start with a list of items.
Write a play that includes those items.
Cast, Design, Direct, Block, Memorize, and Perform that play...
all in 24 hours and compete for cash prizes.
Erin Stuhlfaut gives the People's Choice Prize to a team of Concordia University-St. Paul students
Josh Pehl, Sarah Helland, Tim Walsworthy, and Paul Brutscher
at the 2005 Lex-Ham 24-Hour Short Play Festival.
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Amanda Busby and Erin Stuhlfaut were the coordinators of the event.
See the Event Information Packet for all the details.
Audience members voted for the People's Choice winners
$200 - 1st prize - Damaged Goods and Dreaming by Paul Brutscher
$100 - 2nd prize - Doll Date by Rick Raasch
$50 - 3rd prize - Annie and Joe by Zak Forde
The participants will meet to start the festival at 8:00 p.m., Friday, Sept 23.
Plays will be performed starting at 8:00 p.m., Saturday, Sept 24
Read the program from the festival.
All events took place at
E. M. Pearson Theatre, Concordia University-St. Paul, 312 N Hamline Ave., St. Paul
Photos from the 2005 Lex-Ham 24-Hour Play Festival
Zak Forde works on his script Annie and Joe, prepared with a 12-pack of Mountain Dew to help him through the long night of writing.
Paul Brutscher edits his play Damaged Goods and Dreaming.
Rick Raasch puts the final touches on his play, Doll Date, shortly before the 5:00 a.m. deadline.
The cast of Annie and Joe, Michelle Kim, Eddy Kim, Zak Forde, and Gloria Johnson, wait for their tech rehearsal time.
Cast members of Damaged Goods and Dreaming, Paul Brutscher, Josh Pehl, and Sarah Helland, work on memorizing their lines.
G. J. Clayburn and Jack Rose work on light cues for Doll Date.
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