Continuing a long-standing tradition at CTE the Dr. Betty Evans One Act Festival provides the opportunity for emerging student directors to share their work with the public. Often irreverent, sometimes hysterically funny, and always surprising, this annual bill of short plays pinpoints the pulse of current students and their emerging views of the world.
While plays vary annually they are often written by college students and are generally intended for mature audiences; often contain adult themes and strong language.
Designed and Directed by: CWU Students
February 7, 8, 9 at 7:30 PM
February 10 at 2:00 PM
$10 General Admission
$7 CWU students with ID
Winner of nine Tony Awards, a record-setting Broadway run and a musical score that has withstood theCWU's Scott Robinson Honored With Gold Medallion For "Extraordinary Contributions"
Scott Robinson, theatre arts professor and chair, received a second Gold Medallion of Excellence froHubbard Recognized For Commitment To Diversity And Inclusivity.
Cwu-Theatre Arts Professor, Brenda Hubbard, has been selected to receive Central Washington Unive