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Kennedy Center to Host Annual Page to Stage Festival in September

The Kennedy Center will host its ninth annual Page to Stage festival, September 4-6, featuring new work from more than 40 theaters from the D.C. metropolitan area. The festival includes free readings and open rehearsals of plays and musicals being developed by local, regional, and national playwrights, librettists, and composers.

This year's participants are ABG Playwrights, Active Cultures, Adventure Theatre, African Continuum Theatre Company, Artists' Bloc, The Audible Group, Baltimore Playwrights Festival, Bouncing Ball Theatrical Productions, Bowie State University Theatre Department, Bright Alchemy Theatre, Calliope Arts and Theater, Capital Fringe Festival, Catholic University Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Catholic University of America (MFA Playwrights), Charter Theater/First Draft, ClassiqueNouveau, Didactic Theatre Company, Doorway Arts Ensemble, The Essential Theatre, Faction of Fools Theatre Company, Inc. Factory 449, Folger Theatre, Forum Theatre, Ganymede Arts, The Georgetown Theatre Company, Georgetown University Theater and Performance Studies Program, Howard University Department of Theater Arts, The Hub Theatre, The Inkwell, Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences, Northern VA Community College Theater, The Playwrights Forum, The Playwright's Group of Baltimore Playwrights Zone, Rorschach Theatre Company, Run of the Mill/Dramatic Adventure Theatre, Safe Streets Arts Foundation, Scena Theatre, Signature Theatre, Synetic Theater, Taffety Punk Theatre Company, Theater J, Theater of the First Amendment, theHegira, Venus Theater Company, Washington Improv Theater, Washington Shakespeare Company, Washington Stage Guild. Wanderlust Theater Lab, and Y.O.U.R. Productions

Seating for all performances is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the start of each performance. Seating is limited and subject to availability.

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