Venue Details

84 Star Starred
Source
Between T St NW and Swann St NW 1835 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
202-315-1305
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Karla
The weather was cool evening. I wore A dress with heels. While I said casual, make it smart casual. In respect to the performers, please dress appropriately. .
Carousel Latino dress Jun 02 2014 star this tip starred
ozzsgirl
Very intimate theater with platform seating, performance takes place in center.
The Love of the Nightingale info May 26 2014 star this tip starred

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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.