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When: Saturday, March 9th, 2013 Where: Lakewood Branch Library Are in grades 9-12 6121 Worth Street

Have an idea for a play in your head Dallas, TX 75214 but cant get it on paper (Conference Room) Have written a play & want some Time: 2-4pm pointers from a professional Have ever been the least bit interested in Who: Students currently enrolled writing a play in 9th-12th grades. Want to enter your play in the PUP-FEST festival this summer

PLEASE VISIT & for more info about PUPFEST & Kitchen Dog Theaters


NEW WORKS FESTIVAL! Taught by Brad Mcentire

To enroll or get more info Call 214-526-4076 or e-mail

Brad McEntire is native-born Texan & creates work as a visual and theatre artist. He is the founding Artistic Director of Audacity Theatre Lab (formerly Audacity Productions) based in Dallas, Texas. His works for the stage have been produced/developed by Austins FronteraFest at Hyde Park Theatre, Expanded Arts NYC, Audacity Theatre Lab, Rover Dramawerks, The New York International Theatre Festival, DEER Theatre (Hong Kong), New York's Cry Havoc, Theatre In My Basement, Le Rideau Theatre Caf, The Overtime Theatre, Bobbindoctrin Puppet Theatre,. His selected plays include CHOP, FOR THE LOVE OF AN ANESTHESIOLOGIST, RUDNICK: THE CANDLE-HEADED BOY, A TALL TALE OF TEXAS, CYRANO A-GO-GO, I HAVE ANGERED A GREAT GOD, among others. Mr. McEntire recently served as the Literary Manager of Dallas Undermain Theatre and is a member of the DFW Playwrights Alliance, UNIMA-USA and The Playwrights Center (MN). He is also the creator of the original solo improvisational story format Dribble Funk and the webcomic Donnie Rocket Toaster-Face. His newest play CARTER STUBBS TAKES FLIGHT will premiere in April, produced by the Sundown Collaborative Theater. This program is supported, in part, by Brierley+Partners, City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, TACA, Harold Simmons Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts and National Endowment for the Arts.