Posts Tagged ‘stage play’

Enter the 80th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition today

Compete to Win in 10 Categories:
1. Inspirational Writing (Spiritual/Religious)
2. Memoirs/Personal Essay
3. Magazine Feature Article
4. Genre Short Story (Mystery, Romance, etc.)
5. Mainstream/Literary Short Story
6. Rhyming Poetry
7. Non-Rhyming Poetry
8. Stage Play
9. Television/Movie Script
10. Children’s/Young Adult Fiction
GRAND PRIZE: $3,000 cash and a trip to the
Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City!

Submit your manuscript by May 2, 2011 for a chance to win a trip to the WD Conference in the publishing capital of the world. While you’re there, a Writer’s Digest editor will arrange for you to share your work with four editors or agents.

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Yesterday I went to San Francisco General Hospital’s Carr Auditorium to see the premiere of LIFE IS…4 LIVING!, presented by the Araceli Theater Project.

I smiled, cheered, got choked up, laughed, applauded for each person on and off stage.  A “feel good” experience.

Araceli Signifies ARt As CElebration of LIfe in CARE Program of SFGH

The Araceli Theatre Project is a unique program offered by the Cancer Awareness, Resources and Education (CARE) program of San Francisco General Hospital.

The primary objective of this multi-lingual (English/Spanish/Cantonese) project is to provide patient-guided self-expression and awareness for medically underserved cancer survivors through an innovative, experiential theater arts program.

LIFE IS…4 LIVING! written and directed by Donald E. Lacy, Jr.
Producer Blue Walcer and Co-Producer Angela Alvarez

Wednesday, July 15th, 2009, 5 PM
SF General Hospital, Carr Auditorium,
1001 Potrero Avenue, San Francisco
The July 15th program at SF General Hospital was free to the public.

Friday, and Saturday, July 17 & 18**, 7:30 PM
Mission Cultural Center
2868 Mission Street, San Francisco
**A $15 donation is requested at the door for Mission Cultural Center performances
(no one will be turned away because of lack of funds)

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