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The Wescolite Student Newspaper December 8, 2004 UM-W's Drama Department put on 2nd Annual Ten Minute Play Festival The Drama Department hosted the 2nd Annual Ten Minute Play Festival November 14-17. The festival featured eleven plays directed by students en rolled in DR241, play production, and featured student actors. The highlight of the festival was the nightly vote where the audience could choose which play would be performed on the final night of the festival. Congratulations goes out to all of the actors and directors, and all others that were involved in making the Ten Minute Play Festival a huge success on cam pus. The Drama Department's next plays will be The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 for the winter and Heidi for the Spring. Auditions for both plays are December 13 (4-6pm) and 14,15 (6- 8pm) Rehearsals for the first play will last from January 10-February 23. (Top Left) Amanda Bahhon and Scott Gehert act out a scene from \What Wasn't Said, What Didn't Happen.\ * (Top Right) Andrew Foster and Yasmine Myers act out a scene from the play \Men are from Milwaukee, Women are from Phoenix,\ a play depicting a hilarious argument stemming from the differences between men and women. (Middle Left) Tierani Brusset, Angie Burns and Whitney Wines strike a pose after the play \Three-Peat a play about three old women that like to talk about house keeping. (Bottom Left) Levi Vanzee and Craig Jones lift Bob Calhoun into their boat during the play \Monroe.\ This was a hilarious farce about actually catching the legendary fish referred to as Monroe. (Bottom Right) Caitlin Smith and Veronica Sallee act in the dramatic play \Jacob's Shoe\ which depicted one of many horrors endured in the Holocaust.