UM Western plays

From left, Montana Western students Caitlin Hortet, Kasey Mock, and Paul Helfrich rehearse for their upcoming performance at the 15th annual 10-Minute Play Festival. The festival runs on the Dillon campus Oct. 12-15.

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DILLON — The University of Montana Western’s theatre students announce the 15th annual Ten-Minute Play Festival Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 12 through 15, as part of the Bank of Commerce Performing Arts Series.

The performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the small auditorium (room 314) in Main Hall on campus.

Over 40 students will perform as cast, crew, and directors for the 22 plays presented. This year, each play will be set in a different hour of the day. Every night's program is different, since seven or eight plays will be presented each night.

At the end of the first three nights’ performances, the audience will vote for their two favorite shows, with the winners performing again for the final night of performance. The overall winners will be chosen on the final night by the audience.

The directors all come from the Play Production Class taught on the campus this semester block by adjunct professor Larry Brazill. Tickets are $5 and $8 at the door; Montana Western students are admitted free of charge. Season tickets are $40 and are available by calling 406-683-7101.

Details: Larry Brazill at 406-683-7038.

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