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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Strangeloop submission guidlelines

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Strangeloop is committed to producing new or newly adapted work. In the course of a typical Strangeloop season we will produce 2 full-length plays, 1 shorter holiday-themed show, at least 2 festivals of short plays and scenes from larger works (between 10-15 pieces) and several other workshop and reading performances - almost all of which are first productions or nearly first productions of these scripts. And so we are always looking for fresh dramatic voices.

We are primarily interested in work that has not yet been fully produced in its current form, but will also consider recent work with minimal production history. Please include all relevant history with your submission.

In addition to more traditional scripts by playwrights, we’re also interested in receiving new translations, adaptations and derived material from translators, adaptors, directors, etc. But please be sure to confirm any necessary permissions and rights with copyright holders.

We are also committed to play development and the growth of works in progress. Our development process focuses on production-oriented collaboration between writers and artists, as well as readings and performances of scenes that allow audiences to experience and react to the work. To that end, we also welcome submissions that are in early draft or unfinished forms.

If you’ve had the chance to look over our mission statement and production history and feel that your work might make a good fit for Strangeloop, submit it to us through email. Please note that we are not accepting physical submissions at this time and that we do not have the ability as a small organization to respond to every submission.

To submit your work or to ask questions about Strangeloop new play production and development, please contact plays@strangelooptheatre.org. Please note in the subject line whether your submission is a full-length work, a short play or a piece in process.

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