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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Warner Playwrights Festival seeks one-act plays

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 Deadline April 10

The Warner International Playwrights Festival, which takes place July 12, 13, & 14, 2012, seeks one-act plays for its inaugural festival at historic the Warner Theatre in Torrington, Connecticut. Built by Warner Brothers Studios and opened in 1931, the Warner Theatre has been described “Connecticut’s Most Beautiful Theatre”.


Please read submission policy carefully:

*We invite playwrights to submit plays via electronic script submissions, in standard Samuel French playwriting format - 12 point font, character name centered or 3.5 inches from left margin, 1” margin all around.
*Plays should be emailed to: charlene@charleneadonaghy.com
*We invite playwrights to submit one-act plays ranging in length from 15 to 45 minutes. Scripts must be no less than 12 and no more than 45 pages long, not including your cover page.
*Scripts will be accepted internationally but must be written in English.
*There is no submission fee.
*Please remove all playwright identification from the script including name, mailing address and telephone/fax/e-mail.
*In the body of the email include: Script Name, Playwright Name, Playwright Email, Playwright Telephone Number, Playwright postal mailing address. Please do not send a synopsis or playwright resume.
*Only one submission per playwright will be accepted. Scripts will not be returned.
*If your play is selected, you will be notified, via email, of the reader’s selection on/about May 18.
*Selected scripts will receive minimal-set, minimal-tech production.
*Selected playwrights are invited to attend the festival by their own means. Accommodation recommendations are available.
*To be considered for the Warner International Playwrights Festival scripts must be RECEIVED by 11:50pm Eastern Standard Time on April 10; late entries will not be read.

For additional information, contact Charlene Donaghy charlene@charleneadonaghy.com, or click here.

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