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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Eden Prairie Players is accepting submissions

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Eden Prairie Players is accepting submissions of unpublished one act plays for its 2014 Collection of One Acts to be produced in the fall of 2014.

Please read the submission guidelines, then go to the One Acts Submission Form.

Submission Guidelines

1. This year we are allowing only one submission per playwright.

2. Unpublished one-act plays: dramas, comedies, etc. (previously-produced or stage readings OK)

3. Length 45 minutes or under (we typically select most in the 10-30 minute range)

4. Submit play as a single computer file (PDF strongly preferred) – hard copies NOT accepted

5. Submit through the online submission form.
a. Playwright contact information - name, email, address, phone.
b. Name of play.
c. Approximate duration.
d. List of characters / descriptions: age, gender, race, etc. (please list allowable deviations)
e. Short synopsis of the play, including a description of recommended set pieces and props
6. After form is submitted, you will receive an email from ep.players.lists@gmail.com with instructions for submitting the file as an email attachment. If you do not see this in your inbox shortly after submitting, you should check your Junk Mail folder. If you use a whitelist tool to prevent spam, please add this address to your whitelist. We cannot guarantee that we will follow up on bounced emails. 

7. Plays will be reviewed on a first come-first served basis, and we reserve the right to limit consideration to an arbitrary number of plays.


  • Selected plays will be paid a royalty of $15 per performance (we usually have 5-7 performances).
  • No compensation for selection process: By submitting your play(s) for consideration, you give Eden Prairie Players permission to make copies as needed for the selection process. You also give permission for your play to be performed without payment at unrehearsed table readings as part of the selection process.

To begin the submission process, go to the One Acts Submission Form.


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