The NWSA One-Festival offers eclectic collection of monologues

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One person festival photo.The 2019 edition of The One Festival at New World School of the Arts is upon us - and with twenty-four plays, this is the biggest festival in the NWSA Theatre division's history. The One Festival is a collection of fifteen-minute plays written, directed and acted by BFA seniors. In four programs over the course of two weeks, the themes of these plays are relevant, varied and personal and will take audiences on what is on the conscience of these artists. From drag queens to beauty queens, the American race war, chronic depression, facing fatherhood, the impending future of technology on humans, women in prison, Jackson Pollock and Russian nesting dolls; The One Festival is an important display of vibrant artistic styles and intricate stories about the human condition.
Schedule of shows:

Program A: December 12; 4:30 PM / December 13; 7:30 PM
Program B: December 12; 7:30 PM / December 13; 4:30 PM
Program C: December 19; 4:30 PM / December 20; 7:30 PM
Program D: December 19; 7:30 PM / December 20; 4:30 PM


Louise O. Gerrits Theater. 25 NE 2 Street, 8th Floor, downtown Miami. All one-Festival shows are free and open to the public.
Information at 305-237-3541.

 Program A: The Divorce Club by Gabi Gonzalez; Black Girls Don't Cry by Dominique Lasseur; Chipped by Katlin Svabdik; World's Greatest by Chad Raven; Morning Star by Alexander Perry; And the Winner Is... by Haley Kaner

Program B: The Unabridged Soliloquy of Ms. LaLa Wiggy by RJ Reyes; Father's Day by Donesha Rose; The Native Girl: Tifi Natif Natal by Sydney Presendieu; Luck Luster by Thomas Johnson; Who The F*@# is Jackson Pollock? by Sergio Tamayo; Another Blues Brother by Ross Kaplan

Program C: Love, Your Wild Honey Pie by Julianna Romero; Soul by Soul by Isabel Tucen; Cycles by Rueben Clement; For Those Who are Listening by Nicholas Exposito; Today is the Day by Alena Romanov; The Wilder and the West-er? by Frank Montoto

Program D: The Young Donor by Anthony Marrero; Gaslight by Joel Rivera; Atelophobia by Gabriella Alfonso; Mademoiselle by Emily Perrotti; The Green Green Grass of Home by Matthew Almeida; Thanks for Coming by Imran Hylton

About NWSA: A Florida center of excellence in the visual and performing arts, NWSA provides a comprehensive program of artistic, creative and academic development through a curriculum that reflects the rich multicultural state of Florida. With programs accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art, Dance, Music and Theater, NWSA offers four-year BFA and BM college degrees, as well as the high school diploma. Through its rigorous curriculum and conservatory-style teaching NWSA empowers its students to become leaders in the arts. New World School of the Arts was created by the Florida Legislature as a center of excellence in the performing and visual arts. It is an educational partnership of Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami Dade College and the University of Florida.

About NWSA’s Theater program: The New World School of the Arts theater program is dedicated to the professional training of talented and committed students interested in pursuing a performing career in theater and music theater, offering students an opportunity to work in a hands-on intensive, physically demanding, artistically challenging and exciting environment. Guided by faculty who are professional actors, directors, playwrights and designers, the curriculum is a progressive journey toward the ownership of a personal technique and a comprehensive methodology of working. The faculty guides the student through the discovery and exploration of self, the learning of diverse techniques used in our craft, intensive rehearsal process, and finally the application of this knowledge into dramatic forms and styles in productions. The NWSA College BFA program culminates each year with showcases in Miami and in New York City. Information about the NWSA Theater program is available by calling 305-237-3541, by visiting http://nwsa.mdc.edu/ or by calling the main office at 305-237-3135.