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Friday, January 11, 2019

Fourth Annual Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival

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Submissions for the Fourth Annual Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival (AMTF), to be held in the summer in Atlanta, are open. The deadline to submit new works is February 1, 2019. Selections will be announced in April 2019, at the annual selections announcement event (details forthcoming.)

Performances will be open to the artistic community, the public, and the press. Partner venues, along with Festival dates, will be announced shortly. Tickets to the Festival will go on sale in Spring 2019.

The inaugural Festival in 2016 was a huge success, and the Festival has grown in each subsequent year. In total, AMTF has showcased 11 brand new musicals, over 9 days, exposing more than 1,200 patrons to these new works. In just 3 years, AMTF has connected more than 250 artists and provided them with the resources they need to develop new musicals in Atlanta.

Requirements

10 minutes or more of music material from an UNPRODUCED full-length musical

Audio recordings required in Mp3 format

Basic recordings will be considered (iPhone, etc), but professional recordings are suggested

Completed script required in PDF format

·1-2 page synopsis of show in PDF format

·Headshots and Bios of Writing & Creative Team are suggested, as well as any other material that best represents your show

Upload all files to 1 Dropbox folder and send to Submissions@TheAMTF.com (Be sure to include contact information)


If selected, you will be responsible for:

o   Cast & Musicians (or professional accompaniment tracks)

o   Creative Team (Including Director, Music Director, Stage Manager)

o   Rehearsal Space & Time

o   Travel and Housing in Atlanta for Cast, Musicians, & Creative Team for 1 week in July or August (Dates TBA)

o   Producers Representative (to maintain contact with AMTF Production Manager and Executive Artistic Director)

o   Funding of your project, including (but not limited to) paying actors, designers, directors, musicians, as well as MINIMAL set, costumes and props. While we cover the cost of the venue, sound and lighting equipment, marketing and press, as well as other miscellaneous expenses, you are in charge of producing your show at the Festival.


If selected, you will receive:

o   1 guaranteed performance in a professional Atlanta theater (Dates TBA)

o   Marketing materials (including show graphic, show poster, promotional photos, production photos and Festival wide program) as well as access to press outlets, which may result in interviews, features, and reviews for your production

o   Access to professional sound & lighting equipment

o   Access to a professional light board operator and sound board operator

o   Professional archival recording

o   Industry feedback

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