Neighborhood Play Contest Winners Announced!

Every year, North Central Texas area students are invited to write a short play, narrative or monologue for our Neighborhood Play Contest.  Sample themes include: culture, family, social issues, and life struggles or accomplishments. This year we have selected 14 plays and 13 monologues from 9 different schools to be staged and performed during the Festival of the Kid.  The 2017 Festival of the Kid will take place on the evenings of May 8th, 9th, and 10th. Two performances each evening (6:30pm and 8:15pm.)

From Benbrook Middle-High School

Thin Walls by Taylor Snider
The Sound of Life by Autumn Lanning and Lexi McCarthy

From Alice Carlson Elementary School

The Legend of Pumpkin Head by Matilda Flowers

From Waypoint Montessori

Quiet by Isabel Garza

From Carter-Riverside High School

Never Give Up by Fabrice Rutembesa
Shedding Skin by Alexa Weekly
Numbers: A Collection of Poetry by Rayleen Garcia
Monologue by Katia Ramirez

From Applied Learning Academy

In the Ground by Jociel Sigala
Monologue by Amira Vazquez-Chavez
Talking to the Moon by Jasmine Santillan
The Norm of Society by Katherine Rocha
The Date by Stephanie Vega

From Fort Worth Country Day

Center: A Dance With Words by Joe Westermann
Plastic Family by Chloe Gilpin
Three by Finn Connor

From Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts

4th Grade by Karris House
Dolls by Karris House
Puzzle Piece by Grace Jones
The Tea Party Tale by Grace Jones
Secrets by Kenzie Harrison

From Booker T. Washington HSPVA

The Story of Caroline Herschel by Madi Thoele
No Wrong Way To Cry by Calliope Thompson
Museless by Demi Tomasides
On the River by Leah Brooke Davis
Privilege by Leah Brooke Davis

From Trimble Tech HS

Target by Brianna Edwards
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January 31, 2017