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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Small Fish Radio Theatre seeks work on the theme of "intoxication"

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Small fish will be accepting RADIO PLAYS, stories, original songs and
poems for our spring show from NOW until JANUARY 15TH.


Of any sort, don't limit yourself. Anything from a scent, to a person, a place, a thing-is fair game. Of course things regarding intoxicating beverages are more than acceptable, but we encourage you to think outside the box.

Please send your submissions to:

Please follow the guidelines listed below.

Radio Play categories by running time:
6-10 Minute Radio Play (maximum 10 minutes)

Short Story and Poetry running times:
Short Story - no more than 5 minutes in length.
Poetry - no more than 1-2 minutes in length.

Script Guidelines:

Five Actors or Less – This does not mean five characters or less, it simply means your play must be able to be performed by a maximum of five actors.

Avoid Traditional Stage Directions – While this may seem obvious given our “radio” format, it is important to remember that your play is conveyed through the dialogue, music, and sound effects.

Theme/Genre – Small Fish Radio Theatre and Thespinarium encourages imaginative plays that transport the listener. Whimsy, fantasy (other than Sci-Fi), fable, fairy tale, melodrama, mystery are among the types of radio plays we look for.

Short Stories and Poetry –
 We accept short stories and poetry in written form (PDF preferred).

Please do not submit recorded radio plays, stories or music.
We are not accepting produced radio plays.

MULTIPLE SUBMISSIONS ARE FINE (as long as you follow the guidelines)!

Small Fish Radio Theatre presents curated programs of original theatre, storytelling,
poetry, and music. Hosts Herzovi and Green serve up our latest catch from emerging
playwrights, poets, and other artists with a different theme each episode. To listen to our latest program, you may download the FREE podcast from iTunes and listen at your leisure, or go to our home page to listen there.

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