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Eight 10s in Tuscon Ten-Minute Play Festival

Tucson, AZ

Winding Road Theater Ensemble, located in Tucson, Arizona, was established in 2009 by Dramatist Guild member Toni Press-Coffman, among others. Winding Road is dedicated to performing and developing new works along with producing contemporary and classic plays. We are opening submissions for our third annual ten minute play festival.

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