Design and Technology Intent to Participate
Due January 15

Must be submitted by January 15th for priority processing. Please do not use autofill options to enter information. Submissions have closed. If you have any questions, contact: Kara Thomson Region 8 Chair of Design, Technology and Management Mesa Community College Kara.Thomson@mesacc.edu Theoretical Design Projects Modern: Below the Belt by Richard Dresser Classic: The Visit by Friedrich Dürrenmatt Shakespeare: Hamlet Theatre for Young Audiences:The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales by John Glore New Work: script from national NPP chair Jeannette Farr. Or On Display by John Perovich Musical: Parade by Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown Awareness: Hir by Taylor Mac
  • Design and Technology Entry Selection

    National KCACTF Awards for Theatrical Design Excellence (realized scenic, lighting, costume, or sound designs). You can only present one design or technology project in a specific design/tech area. If you are planning on presenting more than one design or technology project at festival, email Kara Thomson, kara.thomson@mesacc.edu, with your additional production & design information.
    You can only present one design in each of the above categories. If you are planning on presenting more than one design at festival, email with your additional production & design information: Kara Thomson Region 8, Chair of Design, Technology & Management kara.thomson@mesacc.edu
  • Regional Theoretical Design Projects (scenic, costume, lighting, makeup and sound design unrealized designs)

    In the presentation space for the realized designs, easels and tables will be provided. Sound designers will be provided a space with a speaker and a 1/8" audio jack. For fairness to all participants, there will be no use of computers, nor will projectors be allowed for Oral Design Presentations.
  • A listing of plays can be found in the drop-down menu below:
  • Presentation

    A 4x4 display board will be provided for realized and unrealized design projects.
  • Oral Design Presentation

    In the presentation space for the realized designs, easels and tables will be provided. Sound designers will be provided a space with a speaker and a 1/8" audio jack. For fairness to all participants, there will be no use of computers, nor will projectors be allowed for Oral Design Presentations.
  • Please note any possible time confilcts on the registration form (i.e. Irene Ryans Auditions, Invited Production Participation, etc.)