Canyon Crest Academy’s Envision Theater to hold festival of one-act plays

The award-winning Canyon Crest Academy Theater Program will perform a Festival of One Acts directed by conservatory students. The festival runs May 5-7 at the Black Box Theater, Canyon Crest Academy, 5951 Village Center Loop Road, San Diego, CA 92130.

The Festival of One Acts include well-known and student-written plays, and range from dramas to comedies. Envision Theater Coordinator Michael Schwartz notes, “CCA’s Envision Theater is once again breaking new ground by showcasing the talents of our conservatory members who are making their directorial debut. They are applying what they’ve learned from our guest artists and gaining valuable experience at the same time.”

Student director Shaina Krevat, who co-wrote “With Champagne” with her sister, Devyn, says, “It’s a great opportunity to be able to direct a play I co-wrote. Being on the other side of the audition table, selecting the cast, and working with these great actors as they add their own vision to the work is a wonderful experience.”

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  3. Canyon Crest Academy’s Envision Theater to present ‘Anon(ymous)’
  4. Another stellar show line-up coming to Canyon Crest Academy’s Envision Theater
  5. Canyon Crest Academy Instrumental Music Conservatory to present ‘Unaccompanied Minors’

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