It's the Best Little Theatre Competition in Texas - Texas AACTFest!
For the 2017 cycle, eleven companies will vie for the opportunity to represent Texas at the Region VI AACTFest in Lafayette, Louisiana in April, with the ultimate goal of advancing to the National AACTFest in Rochester, Minnesota in June. The Quad Festivals kick off the process in January and February - so come on out and enjoy the delightful variety of performances as the companies polish their entries. For locations, schedules and prices, see below.
#1: Denton Community Theatre
Driving Miss Daisy
by Alfred Uhry
#2: Henderson Civic Theatre
Grace & Glorie by Tom Ziegler
Both companies will move on to the Texas State AACTFest at the MCL Gand in Lewisville on March 16 - 18, 2017. Click the View Photos button above to see pictures from the Quad II Festival performances.
#1: Boerne Community Theatre
by Jeffrey Hatcher
#2: Playhouse 2000
by David Lindsay-Abaire
#3: Bastrop Opera House
The World at Absolute Zero
by Sherry Kramer
All companies will move on to the Texas State AACTFest at the MCL Gand in Lewisville on March 16 - 18, 2017.
#1: Katy Visual & Performing Arts Center
Answers by Tom Topor
#2: Baytown Little Theater
Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike
by Christopher Durang
Both companies will move on to the Texas State AACTFest at the MCL Grand in Lewisville on March 16-18, 2017.
#1: Lubbock Community Theatre Ubu Roy: An American Tale
Created by Jared Strange and Company, Based on Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi
#2: Children and Adults Theatrical Studio - Barrymore’s Ghost
by Jason Miller
#3: Ritz Community Theatre
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
by William Shakespeare
#4: Odessa College Theatre Elephant’s Graveyard
by George Brant
Lubbock Community Theatre, Children & adults Theatrical Studio and Ritz Community Theater will advance to Texas AACTFest in March. Odessa College could not advance due to internal issues, but proved themselves worthy of the possibility!