Changes to Spring MeetContestant Entry
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Spring Meet Entry
Student Activity Conferences
FULL STATE MEET RESULTS WILL BE POSTED ASAP
1st - Bryson High School - The Balkan Women
2nd - Abbott High School - Mariner
3rd - Whiteface High School - The King Stag
1st - Mason High School - You Can't Take It With You
2nd - Hico - The Caucasian Chalk Circle
3rd - Gladewater: Union Grove - Mrs. Packard
1st - Tuscola: Jim Ned High School - The Miracle Worker
2nd - Little River Academy - Epic Proportions
3rd - Denver City High School - The Elephant Man
1st - Seminole High School - A View From the Bridge
2nd - Lampasas High School - Peter Pan
3rd - Van High School - The Elephant Man
1st - Temple High School - Bug
2nd - Lewisville: The Colony - The Hands of Its Enemy
3rd - Waxahachie High School - The Last Days of Judas Iscariot
1st - Carnegie Vanguard High School - Holy Day
2nd - Lewisville: Flower Mound - The Cripple of Inishmaan
3rd - Montgomery High School - Anna Karenina
The League's One-Act Play Contest, founded in 1927, is the largest high school play production contest or play festival in the world. More than 14,000 Texas high school students in more than 1,000 plays participate in 300 plus contests, which take place from the beginning of March through the three-day, 40-production State Meet One-Act Play Contest. The One-Act Play Contest is supported by more than 200 college and university faculty members serving as critic judges. The League's theatre program is considered by historians to be the foundation of educational and community theatre in Texas. It continues to be a major factor motivating increasing numbers of schools to offer theatre arts as an academic subject.
The UIL One-Act Play contest is a competition where similarly sized Texas schools present an 18-40 minute play and may be adjudicated by a panel of three judges or a single judge. The contest is held on a single day and open to the public. There are six possible levels of competition: Zone, District, Bi-Distrct, Area, Region, and State. At each level of competition a judge awards individual acting awards as well as selecting three productions to advance to the next level of competition up to the Regional Level where only two will advance to the State Level. After the awards are announced a Judge gives an oral critique to each of the schools. Because of the wide participation and diversity of plays produced certain rules and guidelines have been adopted by the State One-Act Play Office. These rules are in place to ensure safety, allow for equity, satisfy legal standards, and make the running of the contest practical.
Theatre & Film — News & Updates
After three rounds of judging the finalists in the UIL Young Filmmaker Festival have been announced. The contest started with 750 entries and the State audience will get to see the final forty-eight in the two divisions and six categories. Congratulations!