25th Young Playwrights Festival

Festival Director: Ilesa Duncan
January 4–29, 2012

Pegasus Players’ received over 1,000 scripts for two years of the Young Playwrights Festival. Each year, a panel of judges selected winning plays, however, in January 2011, the company was in transition. Therefore in 2012, we presented two years of winning plays in repertory:

2011 WINNING PLAYS

LOVE BY BENJAMIN SULLIVAN-KNOFF
Two best friends attempt to save their friendship after boundaries are crossed.

THE PURCHASE BY MEGHAN IRVING
Three teens help their friend make a life-changing purchase.

PAPER CLOUDS BY ANNA CASTALLANOS
In portrait of undocumented people in America, a young artist paints turmoil in the Arizona border.

2010 WINNING PLAYS

A BUSINESS AFFAIR BY HUNTER SPEESE
Two unsuspecting people are served termination papers and a daunting secret.

THE MURAL BY TRINA YOUNG
A teen paints a mural to cope with his mother leaving and a dysfunctional father drowning his sorrows.

KARL & JOEY BY ARTHUR PASCALE
Two teenage slackers come up with an outrageous plot to fund their eating and video gaming.