Welcome to the Florida Jr. Thespians website
Time to start planning already for 2018: BROADWAY BOUND!
The 2018 festival will be held February 1-3, 2018.
YOU MUST ATTEND THE DISTRICT FESTIVAL YOU ARE ZONED FOR OR GO THROUGH AN APPEAL PROCESS TO PERFORM AT ANOTHER DISTRICT FESTIVAL. CONTACT THE STATE DIRECTOR FOR THIS PROCESS.
CELL PHONE RULE
: If your cell phones goes off in a performance room or if you leave a performance space in the middle of a performance, your badge will be pulled and you will not be able to enter into any other performance spaces.
NUMBER OF EVENTS PER TROUPE
You may register for 8 performance and 4 technical events.
Performance event categories are:
Monologue, Duet Acting, Ensemble Acting, Solo Musical, Duet Musical, Small Group Musical, Large Group Musical, Pantomime, Improvisation.
Technical event categories are:
Set Design, Costume Design, Marketing/Publicity Design, Scene Writing, Makeup Design.
The events registered must have been rated Superior at your district festival to attend state festival.
4 Excellent events total can be given exceptions and attend the state festival. The Excellent rated events can be either performance OR technical categories total, NOT 4 EACH.
There is no limit to a specific category as long as it does not exceed 8 performances or 4 technical.
District Showcase performance events are included in this count. District Showcase events are any performance that represents your district during the opening ceremony.
For the Scene Writing category, all scenes must be uploaded into eventweb and assigned to your Scene Writing event at the time of registration. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS.
Individual Events: How to Slate.
Click here to download the Florida Junior Theatre Festival How to Slate.
One of our goals of this organization is to use more social media to keep you informed. We hope to post updated information leading up to
and throughout the festival as it becomes available including information like Critics' Choices, maps,
directions, and other helpful and important information.
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