The Blank Theatre Company will present its 19th annual Nationwide Young Playwrights Festival at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, June 2-26. The festival will feature 12 plays by teenaged playwrights, aged 14 -19, from six different states.

Actors who will appear during the festival include Julia Campbell, Parvesh Cheena, Dale Dickey, Gale Harold, Lenny Jacobson, Scott Lowell, Billy Miller, Eric Nenninger, Susan Park, Jerry O'Connell, Larry Poindexter, Greg Rikaart, Jennifer Stone, Tessa Thompson, Marsha Wallace, Megan Ward, Ariel Winter, and Michael J. Willett.

This year's winning plays are: Lockdown by Nicole Acton, Grandville, MI Age 17; Living By Numbers by Lucy Portman, Interlochen, MI, Age 17; Eisegesis by Nickolas Mecikalski, Madison, AL Age 17; The Adventures of Boy and Girl As Told By Interrupted Monologues by Alex Grossman, New York, NY, Age 16 and Rachel Kaly, Forest Hills, NY, Age 15; Platform Nine by Rebecca Moretti, Los Angeles, CA, Age 15; Wash by Delali Ayivor, Interlochen, MI, Age 18; You Are So Beautiful by Layla Treuhaft-Ali, Jackson Heights, NY, Age 15; Ink and Paint Girls by Emma Steinkellner, Santa Barbara, CA, Age 16; Walk to the Vet by Cathy Mayer, Santa Monica, CA, Age 17; Tanoshinde by Alex Nunnelly, Cambridge, MA, Age 19; Like a Dog in Space by Aliza Goldstein, Jacksonville, FL, Age 19; and Spiderman: Turn on the Lights by Adam Brodheim, New York, NY, Age 17.

For tickets and more information, www.TheBlank.com.