Welcome to KCACTF

Region 1 / Festival 50

Western Connecticut State University
January 30th - February 4th, 2018

Enter A Production

New "Short Notice" Registration Policy

Participating productions running after Dec. 4, 2015 will not be eligible for Festival 49. These productions will be considered for Festival 49.

Productions, either Participating or Associate, registered within three weeks of their opening night can not be assured of a respondent.

Every effort will be made to secure a respondent for the production, but this is not always successful on short notice. Please help us do well by you. Give us every opportunity to locate an appropriate respondent(s) by registering the production as early as possible.

Arranging for a respondent is challenging; there are many more productions than there are respondents. Help ease the crunch; become a respondent or encourage colleagues to become one. New respondents are welcome and invited to participate in the Respondent Training Workshop at Festival 48 at Western Connecticut State University (Jan. 26-31, 2016).

If the registration you are about to enter does not meet this three week requirement, but you feel you should still be allowed consideration due to extenuating circumstances or hardship, please contact:

Regional Chairs

Paul Ricciardi paulkcactf1@yahoo.com

John Paul Devlin jdevlin@smcvt.edu

Please make sure that the program for your production contains the KCACTF sponsor information contained in this link.


Production Registration

$275 for Associate | $375 for Participating


The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, part of the Rubenstein Arts Access Program, is generously funded by David and Alice Rubenstein.

Special thanks to The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust for supporting the John F. Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts’ Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.

Additional support is provided by The Honorable Stuart Bernstein and Wilma E. Bernstein; the Dr. Gerald and Paula McNichols Foundation; Beatrice and Anthony Welters and the AnBryce Foundation. Kennedy Center education and related artistic programming is made possible through the generosity of the National Committee for the Performing Arts and the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts.