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Between T St NW and Swann St NW 1835 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
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Website

http://sourcefestival.org/ten_minute/ten_minute.html

Description

**__Northern Indiana Wildlife Preserve

__**By Lee August Praley

Directed by Jennifer Harris

__Ranger Sandy is haunted by guilt and the ghosts of her past on her first day at the Northern Indiana Wildlife Preserve.

__**__Collateral Damage

__**By Sarah Kellogg and Cynthia Wilcox

Directed by Tyler Budde

__When Mom and Dad sit down with 11-year-old Madeline for some tough talk about divorce, it’s Madeline who turns out to be the adult in the room.

__**__National Smoke Signal Day

__**By Billy Finn

Directed by Jennifer Harris

__Two kids skipping school on a Long Island beach the morning of September 11, 2001 notice a large black cloud rising from the New York City skyline and wonder what it could be.

__**__Carbon Credit

__**By Joni McGary

Directed by Tyler Budde

In a lively exchange between a widow and her dead husband, Carbon Credit__ explores just how far a parent will go to do right by their child.

__**__The Seesaw

__**By Drew Hampton

Directed by Randy Baker

__A parable examining the ups and downs (and the physics) of love.

__**__Trash TV

__**By Tommy Trull

Directed by Tyler Budde

A mother and son struggle to make do on a much-decayed Sesame Street__.__

About the Ticket Supplier: Source

A veritable epicenter of talented artists and performing arts groups, Source seeks to stimulate, enlighten and engage performing arts audiences.

Source is a project of the Cultural Development Corporation (CuDC). CuDC creates opportunities for artists and arts organizations that stimulate economic development and improve the quality of life.