Festival Information

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November 2 & 3, 2018

Location: Dordt University, Sioux Center, Iowa

Past festivals have enabled schools to bring their one-act plays. This coming festival will be a focus on workshops and skill building for Junior and Senior students interested in theatre.

**Note that the festival begins Friday and finishes up early Saturday afternoon. 

1. Travel information (arrival and departure)

Registration for the festival will be approximately 11:00am on Friday, November 2, 2018, followed by a short time of welcome with announcements and time to get to know each other. The closing ceremony begins at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 3, and should last approximately 30 minutes. 

2. Cost: $10 per Student Participant

The $10 per student fee will cover all meals served at the Dordt Dining Hall, housing, t-shirts, and the cost of gas. We will require gas receipts to be submitted in order to be able to reimburse teams. If you need to refill on the way home, please send in your gas receipts as soon as you can so we can get you the refund as quickly as we can. Schools will be responsible for securing their own vehicle and cover the cost of rental and/or driver if necessary.

3. Housing

Students will be hosted by Dordt students (mostly theatre students) in dorm rooms. Please bring your own sleeping bags and pillows. Directors and chaperones will be housed at the Alumni House that is located on Dordt's campus. However, if we run out of space some of the adults will be housed at the Econo Lodge about three minutes or one mile away from Dordt's campus.  Dordt will cover the cost of one night of lodging.

4. Meals

All meals will be served at the Dordt Dining Hall. Snacks will be provided when the schedule allows. You are responsible for your own meals and snacks while on the road.

5. Workshops

Click on the Workshops Tab for a list of potential workshops we will offer. All high-school students attending the festival will be assigned to groups and participate in workshops.