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Source
Between T St NW and Swann St NW 1835 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
202-315-1305
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The weather was Cold. I wore Jeans and sneakers. .
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Definitely consider taking the Metro to the U Street Station on the Yellow and Green Lines. Walk from 13th to 14th Street on U and make a left. The theater is a block and a half down 14th on the left side of the street. Do not come late or they may not be able to seat you.
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Website

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

Description

**__Phone Tree__

**By Daniel Heath

Directed by Jennifer L. Nelson

__A man calls tech support for his phone and encounters a sentient phone tree algorithm; they try to help each other, but only one of them succeeds.

__**__Cyanocitta

__**By Jason Gray Platt

Directed by Ryan Maxwell

__A return to his high school football field leads one man into a mysterious encounter with the school’s avian mascot during his ten-year reunion.

__**__Be What You Wish to Seem__**

By Jonathan Spector

Directed by Debbi Arseneaux

__Three people look for meaning in their lives — or anywhere else they can find it.

__**__Exposure

__**By Walt McGough

Directed by Ryan Maxwell

__The boy is adrift on an ice floe to prove he’s a man; the polar bear has other ideas.

__**__The Cliff

__**By Nelson Diaz-Marcano

Directed by Debbi Arseneaux

__Two men on a precipice examine the astonishing world unfurled before them.

__**__Collider

__**By Cullen T. M. McGough

Directed by Ryan Maxwell

Two scientists grapple with the implications of asymmetrical quantum breaking. And love.

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.