CALL FOR ACTORS
Seeking actors of all ages and abilities
Auditions will be held in Sunday April 18th from 11am-6pm and
Monday, April 19th from 5-8pm.
Actors prepare one 2-3 minute monologue, and be prepared to read sides at the director's request. Registration is for one 50-minute time-slot, masks are required. We will be following Covid-19 state guidelines. All ages and abilities are welcome to audition!
Prefer to stay virtual for now? No problem!
Film your monologue and click the 'Virtual' option below.
One Act play festival
Artists' Exchange presents the 17th annual
Since 2006, Artists’ Exchange has hosted the One Act Play Festival (OAPF) for the entertainment and enjoyment of the Cranston community. Short plays are submitted from local, regional, and national playwrights and then selected for performance by a panel of directors/actors. This year’s festival will feature a delightful blend of local and national playwrights.
Ticket Information coming soon!
Artists' Exchange - 50 Rolfe Square
The One Act Play Festival (OAPF) is an all-inclusive community theater event celebrating creative collaboration of playwrights, actors, musicians, visual artists, and technical theater artists. First formed in 2006, the festival enriches and entertains the Cranston and Rhode Island communities.
Thousands of short plays are submitted from regional, national, and even international playwrights and
then selected for performance by a panel of theater professionals. Casts feature community actors of all abilities ranging in sex, age, and experience levels; amateur and professional actors, writers, and technicians of all ages and abilities work together in creative harmony.
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CAST & CREW
Festival Directors and Playwrights to be announced soon!
Meg Howe is proudly serving as the Theatre Programs Manager at Artists’ Exchange. Meg has her M.A. in Theatre Education from Emerson College, as well as a B.A. in Theatre Studies and a Minor in English, concentrating on Dramaturgy from the University of Connecticut. She served as a classroom teacher in the areas of English and Theatre for six years.