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Monday, April 16, 2012

Theatre Three 6th Annual Festival of One-Act Plays

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Scripts must be post-marked by September 30, 2012

Theatre Three proudly presents The 16th Annual Festival of One-Act Plays to be held February-March 2013 at The Ronald F. Peierls Theatre
THEATRE THREE, Port Jefferson, New York, is now accepting submissions for its The 16th Annual Festival of One-Act Plays to be held on its Second Stage, The Ronald F. Peierls Theatre

Submission Guidelines:  
Only unproduced works will be accepted.  Plays that have had staged readings are eligible.        
 No adaptations, musicals, or children’s plays.    
Cast size maximum:  nine
Length:  35-minutes maximum.  No minimum. 
Settings should be simple or suggested.          
Playwrights may make multiple submissions. These need not be made under separate cover. Please do not submit works that have been previously submitted.                

Please submit a cover letter, a synopsis, and a resume along with one copy of the play. Cover-sheet of play should have title, author, author’s address, author’s telephone number, and author’s e-mail.  Plays should be neatly bound or stapled on the left hand corner.  (No loose pages and no binders, please.)  All submissions must include a standard SASE for correspondence.  Or, if playwrights wish to have their works returned, an appropriate SASE must also be included.  Selected plays will be presented for ten performances.  Playwrights will receive a small stipend.  Once plays have been contracted, THEATRE THREE will have the exclusive performance rights until the close of the festival.

Plays should be submitted to The The 16th Annual Festival of One-Act Plays, Attn. Jeffrey Sanzel, Artistic Director, THEATRE THREE, PO Box 512, Port Jefferson, NY  11777-0512.

We do not accept electronic (e-mail) submissions).  Please do not call or stop by the theatre.

Final selection of plays will be in late 2012.Theatre Three is a not-for-profit organization supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

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