Source Festival 2013: Full-Length Plays -- 3 Works Picked From 100+ Scripts
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The last date listed for Source Festival 2013: Full-Length Plays was Sunday July 7, 2013 / 8:00pm (Perfect Arrangement).
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The eighth annual Fighting Improv Smackdown Tournament -- otherwise known as FIST -- pits the most talented three-person troupes in the D.C. area against each other in a fierce battle for audience laughs and all-out comedy supremacy. This year's competitors include an all-puppet team, a blues-music-based group and an ensemble whose entire show is based on celebrity tweets. But you're the ultimate winner -- not only do you get to enjoy the best long-form improv the competitors have to offer, but you also get to vote via secret ballot for who should move on and enjoy a bonus headliner set by a Washington Improv Theater company ensemble. Learn More
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A Frontier, As Told By The Frontier
By Jason Gray Platt
Directed by Lee Liebeskind
Living in an abandoned amusement park, four children enact the origin myths that founded their society and begin to wonder whether they have been led astray.
By Joe Waechter
Directed by Rick Hammerly
A teenager longs to leave his parents and their twisted relationships behind to find Antarctica's Lake Untersee -- where someone is trapped beneath layers and layers of ice.
By Topher Payne
Directed by Linda Lombardi
Two gay couples marry other's partners and live next door to each other in a seemingly perfect picture of 1950's domestic bliss. But when the U.S. government focuses on a new "threat" to national security, their perfect arrangement is in jeopardy.
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