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Friday, March 6, 2015

The Collective NY seeks submissions for the third annual Collective:10

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SUBMISSION FEE WAIVER: anyone who can prove they are a member of the Dramatist Guild will receive a code that will waive the submission fee.
The Collective assumes all rehearsal, production and publication expenses, the writers retain all rights to their plays.

The Collective NY seeks submissions for the third annual Collective:10. Original 10-minute plays will be selected to premiere in a fully produced Fall run at a prominent Manhattan venue and published in The Collective:10 Play Anthology, Vol. 3.

Plays should engage truthful and behavior-driven storytelling. We are seeking new plays that have not been produced or published, nor planned for production or publication, prior to submission. Read the complete submission guidelines.

For more information on The Collective's mission click here.

The Collective:10, with its inaugural production in October 2013 followed by the second annual production in 2014, had sold out runs at The McGinn/Cazale Theatre and Teatro Círculo, respectively, and included guest directors Elizabeth Kemp, Jacqueline Knapp, Ellen Burstyn, Susan Aston, Greg Naughton and Eddie Kaye Thomas. Both volumes of the published Anthology launched with capacity events at the renowned Drama Book Shop in New York City and continue to be bestsellers at the store. The anthologies are also sold worldwide on Amazon.

TO REGISTER: There is a $10 registration fee per submission. Simply click "NEXT STEP" below, complete the form and make your payment. (If you plan to submit more than one play, you must register each play separately, and receive an unique order number.) An order confirmation email will be sent to you with details for submitting your play. Registration deadline is 11:59pm on MARCH 17, 2015.

About The Collective

The Collective unites professional artists who share a responsibility to create work in the contemporary American Theatre that is emotionally truthful, socially relevant, and defiantly accessible. Modeled after the Group Theatre, The Collective was founded in 2007 by graduates of the William Esper Studio, and as a not-for-profit company develops and produces original work for stage and screen. Recent productions have included a revival of Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, the Collective:10 festivals, the independent film TURTLEFACE and television series Inside Amy Schumer.

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