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Each year, Page 73 offers the following three development programs to early-career playwrights:  The P73 Playwriting Fellowship, a nationally recognized fellowship program that supports one playwright for a full year with financial, production and career resources. Interstate 73, a writing group consisting six to eight emerging playwrights who are given the resources to develop new plays with a group of their peers. The Page 73 Summer Residency at Yale, a one-week summer residency on the Yale University campus for three to four early-career playwrights. These programs serve as many as fifteen playwrights per year.

The deadline for the 2013 Page 73 Development Programs Application is May 1st, 2013 

Eligibility Requirements for Page 73′s Development Programs:

The applicant must be a US resident at the time of participation.

The applicant must have completed at least 2 full-length plays or at least 3 one-act plays.

The applicant must have made a commitment to playwriting as a professional goal.

The applicant must have never received a production of his/her work in New York City that was larger than an Actors’ Equity Showcase Code presentation.

The applicant must not be enrolled in a degree/certificate program at the time of participation.

Page 73 only accepts submissions via this online form.

If for some reason you are unable to submit via this form, or have questions about these programs or this application process, please contact Associate Director Michael Walkup at michael@page73.org.

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