Have you ever wondered how a play is developed from start to finish? The Wet Ink Festival is an opportunity to participate in the full run of original one-act plays created within a 24-hour time period.
Each play will be written, directed, rehearsed and produced all in 24 hours at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. It begins Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Audience members will have the unique experience of picking titles and props from which the writers will draw inspiration and create an original play. You also get to witness something rarely seen by anyone other than the production team — actor auditions.
On Sept. 20, audience members pick the play titles, witness the actor auditions, and then return Sept. 21 to see each play onstage in its completed form.
The event features directors Patrick Wilson, Craig Huisenga, Lisa Halpin and Adam Jacques. The writers are Gustavo Bellotta, Travis Bierwagen, Ryan Gage and Shad Allen Scott.
Tickets are free on Friday night and $5 on Saturday night for anyone who bring a canned food for charity. For more information call 591-9535.