KCACTF 2014 Tickets

Click below to purchase tickets for 2014 Kennedy Center's American College Theater Festival performances at the Strand Theatre in Shreveport, Louisiana. Individual admission is $10 for Adults, $5 for Senior/Military/Students. Our All Festival Pass, which includes entrance to all six performances, is $50.

All Festival Pass

$50 • See all six shows at one great price!
February 26th-28th

The 39 Steps

by Patrick Barlow – Northwestern State University of Louisiana
Wednesday, February 26th • 11am

The 39 Steps mixes a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, and a dash of Monty Python to create a fast-paced whodunit! The cast of five plays more than 150 characters and features an on-stage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers and romance.

The Good Woman of Szechwan

by Bertolt Brecht - Tarrant County College Northwest
Wednesday, February 26th • 7:30pm

The play follows a young prostitute, Shen Te, as she struggles to lead a life that is "good," but she finds it is impossible without the support of her ruthless alter ego Shui Ta.

In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play

by Sarah Ruhl - University of the Ozarks
Thursday, February 27th • 11am

Sabrina Daldry and Catherine Givings are sexually frustrated with their husbands, who creep quietly into their beds at night and only use the missionary position, which they endure but do not enjoy. Both are excited to have their first orgasms with a “clinical device” meant to treat women for hysteria...

Murphy’s Law (original)

by Kenneth L. Stilson – Southeastern Missouri State University
Thursday, February 27th • 8pm

In Sopranos-like fashion, filled with humor and violence, this play recounts the unusual evolution of two men’s relationship with each other and with Murphy’s sister, Sofia, who suffers from schizotypal personality disorder.

It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play

by Joe Landry - Angelo State University
Friday, February 28th • 11am

This beloved American holiday classic comes to life as a 1940’s radio broadcast, telling the story of idealistic George Bailey as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.

Miss Evers’ Boys

by David Feldshuh - University of Oklahoma
Friday, February 28th • 7:30pm

In a dramatic story about human experimentation, Miss Evers’ Boys brings to life the story of the interaction between an African-American public health nurse assigned to the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and four of the African-American participants in the study.