Kitchen Dog Theater presents PUP Fest

Photo courtesy of Kitchen Dog Theater

Written and performed by some of Dallas-Fort Worth's finest high school talent, the 21st Anniversary D-PAC PUP Fest will feature an afternoon of six world premiere staged readings mentored and developed through playwriting workshops with celebrated local artists Erin Ryan Burdette and Omar Padilla. This year’s fest will also include free master acting workshops for all PUP Fest student participants, led by area arts professionals Gloria Vivica Benavides and Tim Johnson.

PUP Fest 2022 Titles and Playwrights:

  • The Ten Chimes by Jude Baremore, Booker T. Washington HSPVA, 11th Grade
  • Trash Cans Come in Many Different Shapes and Sizes by Isabella Berber, W.T. White HS, 11th Grade
  • Goodbye, Galahad by Olivia Greenhill, Conrad HS, 9th Grade
  • A Bad Friend by Lillian Hess, New Tech HS at Coppell, 10th Grade
  • A Day in the Office by Dontrelle Kayde, Wilmer Hutchins HS, 11th Grade
  • The Do-Over by Camille Rigamonti, Woodrow Wilson HS, 9th Grade



Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
2501 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201


Admission is free.
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