Audrey Cefaly’s Latest One-Act Play Sweeps ESTAFest Awards | Quotidian Theatre Company

Congratulations to Quotidian actor, playwright, director, and board member Audrey Cefaly!

This past weekend, her latest one-act play, Stuck, was performed in competition at ESTAFest. Stuck swept the festival, earning the following awards:

Andrea Spitz Greenleaf and Jose Guzman, the actors in Audrey Cefaly's award-winning one-act play Stuck

* Audience Favorite Actor: Jose Guzman
* Audience Favorite Actor: Andrea Spitz Greenleaf
 * Audience Favorite Show
* Outstanding Set Design
* Outstanding Ensemble
* Outstanding Direction: Audrey Cefaly
* Excellence in Playwriting: Audrey Cefaly
* Outstanding Original Work, 1st Place
* Best in Festival

Cefaly’s plays have continually been award-winners and audience favorites, and Quotidian Theatre Company was fortunate enough to stage the premiere of her full-length play Mill Town Girls in 2007. For more information on her playwriting, please visit AudreyCefaly.com and her page on Facebook.

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About Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian Theatre Company is the Resident Theatre Company at The Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD. QTC produces plays that seek to find the beautiful in the everyday.
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