2nd Act Players Receive nearly 200 entries for 2021 script competition

The Evanston 2nd Act Players received nearly 200 entries for its spring festival entitled 2021: It’s not 2020, or is it? Plays that look at people changing in a changing world. The entry deadline has now passed and no new entries are being accepted.

Scripts are going through three rounds of judging before the winners are selected.

“There’s no question 2020 was a year of immense change for America, whether you looked at health issues, social justice issues or political issues. We’re looking for scripts with characters who are dealing with all those changes to create 2nd acts in their lives,” says 2nd Act Players’ Artistic Director John N. Frank. “We want scripts that deal with the issues of the past year and the coming year, either seriously or comically.”

The 2nd Act Players will select six winning scripts to be performed online in April and May 2021.

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  1. Thanks, John. Fingers crossed for my play to be chosen. I wish 2nd Act Players a great festival.

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