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One entry in the program for the Towne Street Theatre's upcoming Ten-Minute Play Festival in Hollywood caught my eye.

In the TST 2nd Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival, audiences will again have a chance to see and enjoy a wonderful, new, diverse selection of 10-minute plays - comedy, drama and satire on society. They range from National Public Radio correspondent Kitty Felde's Journalist of the Year, about a journalist sleeping with a local politician; to playwright Levy Lee Simon's dark satire, The Bag; to TST members: David Lee Lindsey's social commentary Ankle F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S!, where too many lives end going nowhere in the ghetto; and Vonna Bowen's take on Alzheimer's and its effect on two sisters in - Yesterday, Today, and Pray for Tomorrow.

Ten plays were chosen from over 150 submissions and will be presented in February and March at The Stella Adler Studio Theatre.

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