Stage Left's annual national contest for the WORST 10-minute play, DrekFest is on a mission to expose bad writing for what it really is: damn funny. We are not out to make fun of writers or those who love them. We ask good writers to intentionally write awful plays so that we may laugh at them.
It's Time to Drek the Halls!
Tis the season to be crappy!
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9th , 2019
At ComedySportz Theatre Chicago
929 W. Belmont in Chicago
$10 advance, $12 at the door
One night only!
That’s right – DrekFest is back – and it’s worse than ever!
Playwrights from all around the planet compete to entertain you with the WORST 10 minute play they can possibly up-chuck onto paper. And YOU will judge who is the Worst of the Worst!
And this time they'll be dishing up the worst holiday pageants, TV specials, sickening sentimental slime, misguided morality tales and whatever else is cooking over their sputtering Yule logs.
Cash bar, special holiday raffle prizes, hilarity ... and who knows, maybe even a special visit from the Man in Red.
Presented in association with
Past Grand Losers
“Fuck Off Shakespeare” by Mzuri Handlin
"Armageddon: A Play (Not to be Confused with the Film of the Same Name)" by Eileen Tull
"Mother Goose: The Royalty-Free Jukebox Musical” by Joe Zarrow
“Moths” by Conor Woods
“Dragons in America: A Fantasia on the Theme of How F**kin’ Awesome Dragons Are” by Jonathan Baude
“F*** You Janine: A Play Ruined by My Ex, Like Everything Else in My Life” by Peter Papachronopoulos
“Abortion Carnival of the Juggalos: by Jake Lindquist
“A Fist Before Dying” by Jamie Campbell
“Man Vs. Carp: An Environmental Tale Exploring Mostly, but not Exclusively, the Themes of Tolerance, Immigration, Conservation, and a General Understanding of the Problems Going on in the World Today” by Jake Lindquist
“SCARECROW” OR SOME SHIT, CALL IT WHATEVER YOU F***ING WANT, I DON’T CARE. A F***ing Harsh Play About Scarecrows and Killing Bitches” by Randall Colburn
“The Frenzied Beating of the Jungle Tom-Toms Once More, Once More” by Rob Kozlowski
“Wilhelm Ferguson, Nationally Renowned Playwright, in the Midst of the Production of his Holocaust Play The Holocaust, Falls in Love with a Wheelchair-Bound Vietnam Veteran with AIDS, Whose Name Remains Unknown, Like So Many Others Like Him” by Rob Kozlowski