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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

The 8th Annual North Jersey LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER Show

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Deadline: February 12, 2023, 3:30 PM

SCHEDULE AUDITION

Listen to Your Mother is a national series of original live readings about motherhood, presented across the United States with the mission of taking the audience on a well-crafted journey that celebrates and validates motherhood (in all of its complexity, diversity, and humor) in the form of original readings performed live on-stage by their authors.

This is a spoken word event; so come prepared to read aloud your own original 3 - 5 minute piece about motherhood. ALL STORIES are welcome to celebrate motherhood in all its complexities.

Comes to THE WOODLAND on Saturday, May 13th at 3:00 & 7:00 PM

Share your story if you have something to say about motherhood!

AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD BY APPOINTMENT ONLY at BAKER STREET YOGA in MAPLEWOOD, NJ:

· Saturday, February 11th, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
· Sunday, February 12th, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Hilarious, Heartfelt, ridiculous, challenging … we love them all!

Commitment includes two rehearsals on Saturday, March 4th and Saturday, April 29th, from 10 am-1 pm, plus a run-through on the morning of Saturday, May 13th.

NO professional writing or stage experience required.

To get a great sense of the show visit: https://www.youtube.com/user/LTYMShow

Live & In Color: Musical Theater

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Deadline: February 15 2023 at 11:59 EST

Musical Theatre: Live & In Color is looking for playwrights, composers, and lyricists of color and/or other underrepresented communities interested in developing their new musical. 

The selected musical submission will have a two-week workshop in the fall at The Bingham Camp in Salem, Connecticut culminating in a staged presentation to an invited audience.

Submissions will close at 11:59pm EST on 2/15/2023. For any questions email Dennis Corsi at dennis@liveandincolor.org.

The full application is available at liveandincolor.org or HERE

All lengths of musicals are accepted. The musical must be able to be performed with 4 actors or less. All submissions should include: Single page synopsis, Single page character breakdown, Demo of score (2-3 songs), Sample of dialogue (~10 pages), and Brief production/development history (properties with prior full productions not accepted.)

We will start the selection process once the submission deadlines are closed. You will be notified of your status after the selection process. No submission fee/participation fee/self-producing.

Monday, January 30, 2023

GreenMan Theatre Troupe - 8 to the Bar/ista

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Deadline: March 1, 2023

Playwrights must be currently residing in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri or Michigan

GreenMan Theatre Troupe will be presenting Eight to the Bar/ista, an evening of eight 10 minute plays. The prompt is “Happy Anniversary!” The show will be performed in July, 2023 in Elmhurst, Illinois. 

Eight plays will be selected. Cash prizes for the selected plays will be determined by the audience voting on their favorites during the run of the show.

There is NO submission fee. Submissions accepted February 1 - March 1.

For complete submission information, go here:

http://www.greenmantheatre.org/8-to-the-barista-anniversary.html

The Playwrights Group ~ the Weekly Workshop

The Weekly Workshop

Join our nationwide community of playwrights on Zoom. 

It’s a great way to stay connected and motivated.

 

Participating in a weekly workshop can give you the kick you need to see your script through from beginning to end.  And when your play is ready — we’ll present it in a reading open to the public. 

 

 

Sit in on a session and see for yourself!

Tuesdays or Thursdays 7 - 9:30pm EST

 

Check out our website for more details and rates. 

 

Script Consultations

 

If you don’t have time for the workshop but have a script you’d like some feedback on — just send a PDF of your script and you’ll get a critique via email and/or video conference. See website for rates.

 

Richard Caliban has worked with  individuals on their scripts from all over the world — Indonesia, China, Greece, Australia, Serbia, as well as right here in New York. A script consultation will provide you with feedback on the structural soundness of your story, the dramatic arc of your protagonist, thematic unity and much more.

 

Online One-on-One Courses

 

If you’re looking for more, check out our One on One Online Playwriting Courses:

 

       The Art of Playwriting

       Write a Play in 10 Weeks

 

Both are with instructor Richard Caliban, and since it’s One on One, the courses can be adjusted to fit your level of experience. 


 

Please visit our website for further Info and Rates: 

www.theplaywrightsgroup.com

 

Contact us at 

scripts@theplaywrightsgroup.com

The Emerging Playwrights Program (EPP) seeks LGBTQ playwrights from the Mid-Atlantic Region

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Deadline: February 26, 2023 at 11:59 PM

The Strides Collective, a nonprofit queer theatre company in Philadelphia, is seeking emerging playwrights to participate in the 2023 Cohort of our Emerging Playwrights Program.

Applications will be accepted until February 26 through our online application portal at https://www.stridescollective.com/epp-2023.

The Emerging Playwrights Program (EPP) is a 10-month virtual playwriting cohort. During this time, participants will read and give feedback on fellow cohort members’ work, have access to professional development resources provided by the Collective, and work one-on-one with Strides's Resident Dramaturg Chaz T. Martin. The program culminates in a live, in-person reading of selections from the cohort’s work in Philadelphia, where the Collective and other industry leaders will be present. It is a highly collaborative development process, meant to facilitate the growth of a finished draft of a play that could benefit from the resources provided. Please note that this program is an unpaid opportunity.

Submissions are open NOW and will be accepted until 11:59pm on February 26th!

+ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE PLAYWRIGHTS:

The Strides Collective defines "emerging" as those playwrights whose work has not been produced professionally and is unpublished. The opportunity is open to queer-identifying playwrights who may be new to the play development process, and/or queer playwrights who have not yet developed their work with a specifically queer creative team.

Playwrights must be 18+ and reside in the Mid-Atlantic Region (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, or Maryland / the Metro D.C. Area), as a goal of the program is to foster the growth of a robust network of queer artists local to or near Philadelphia.

+ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE PLAYS:

Playwrights must submit a full draft of the play they would like to work on as part of the cohort. Though it does not need to be a final, polished draft, we are unable to consider applications that are still in the “concept” stage.

Plays must align with the mission of The Strides Collective (“...embrace the queer experience through authentic, modern, and innovative storytelling.”)

We are seeking plays that require no more than five actors (doubling of parts may be considered) and are:

-Based in realism and/or magical realism
-Modern (Set in present day, or within the last few years/near future)
-Original in content
-Full length

We are not seeking plays that are:

-Period pieces or works of historical fiction
-Biographies of real people
-Plays for Young Audiences
-Musicals

+ WHAT’S THE PROCESS LIKE?

Throughout the program, cohort members will meet at least once a month in a collaborative writers’ room to discuss their work and engage in one-on-one feedback sessions with Resident Dramaturg Chaz T. Martin. Cohort members will also have the opportunity to meet with Artistic Director Jonathan Edmondson and to engage in larger Strides Collective programming.

In the last months of the program, members will begin to polish their plays and select a cut of their scripts to present at a live reading in Philadelphia. Readings will be recorded for playwrights’ future use.

The Strides Collective considers this program an investment in both the playwright and the play. Graduates of the Program will walk away with experience giving/receiving dramaturgical feedback, workshopping their script with actors, and a multitude of professional development and networking opportunities to jumpstart their careers as playwrights.

+ WHAT'S THE TIMELINE FOR THIS PROCESS?

The deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm on Sunday, February 26th, 2023. Interviews for applicants in consideration will occur on a rolling basis, with final selections made before April 5th, 2023. Cohort meetings will begin remotely on or around April 10th, 2023 with a culminating presentation in December 2023 in Philadelphia.

Any questions/concerns? Reach out to Associate Artistic Director Gauri Mangala: gmangala@stridescollective.com

Due to the high volume of plays we anticipate receiving, we will not be able to reach out to everyone who submits, but we thank you deeply for your submission and for sharing your heart and work for us.  

Submissions will only be accepted through our application portal at https://www.stridescollective.com/epp-2023. Scripts that are emailed will not be considered.

Sixth Annual Ivoryton Women Playwrights Festival seeks one-act plays

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Deadline: June 1, 2023

The Ivoryton Playhouse have announced its Sixth Annual Ivoryton Women Playwrights Festival. They are seeking submissions of one-act plays by women playwrights.

The IWPF provides the 4 writers whose work is chosen, paid travel to Ivoryton and housing while here, 3 days of intensive workshops with a director and actors for play development and participation in a staged reading festival that will take place October 25-28, 2023. Writers will also receive a $500 stipend.

Ten minute plays are acceptable, and all plays must run no more than one hour.

The theatre will be accepting completed manuscripts by email only until June 1st, 2023.

Interested playwrights should email a completed manuscript, (for musicals include a script and links to music), with name and contact info.

The Ivoryton Women Playwrights' Festival is also seeking resumes from directors (CT residents only), and those interested in being readers, both men and women.

Play submissions, and resumes from directors and readers should be emailed to Jacqui Hubbard, Artistic Director jhubbard@ivorytonplayhouse.org.

Sunday, January 29, 2023

The Dramatists Guild End of End of Play.® starts April 1

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The Dramatists Guild of America is very pleased to announce the fourth annual national playwriting month, End of Play.®

Starting April 1, 2023, participating playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists will be challenged to write a brand new play or musical, or revise an old draft. Through a combination of community building events, motivation, and that all important deadline, DG hopes to inspire countless new works.

End of Play.® is an annual initiative, created by the Dramatists Guild, to incentivize the completion of new plays, scores, or songs over the period of one month. Since the launch of End of Play.® back in 2020, hundreds of participants from all over the world have connected with one another, uniting to overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of creating new theatrical work.

Each year, writers set goals for themselves at the beginning of End of Play.® month and share their weekly progress with the community. Goals may include writing a new full-length play/musical, two one-act plays/musicals, or completing a second draft of any of the above. Ultimately, the aim of End of Play.® is to get writers to the finish line with inspirational prompts, motivational events, and the support of their End of Play.® community.

How Do I Participate?

The next round of End of Play.® starts April 1, 2023. (Pens up on April 1; pens down on April 30!) Sign up using the registration form below.

Want to get more involved? Take your End of Play.® experience one step further, and become a Volunteer Event Coordinator. Plan a kick-off party, a silent writing session, or another event of your choice for your End of Play.® community!

Fostering an artistic community is more important than ever before. Once you've signed up to participate in the End of Play.® writing challenge, help us spread the word! Share that you'll be doing End of Play.® on social media, using #EndOfPlay. Maybe you can even inspire a friend or two to join you on your End of Play.® journey!

Any questions can be directed to Lily Dwoskin or Jordan Stovall.

Tips for Participating in End of Play.®:

Considering joining End of Play.®? If you have a new play or musical brewing in your mind, End of Play.® is the perfect time to start working on your draft. Here are some tips to consider between now and “Pens Up!” on April 1 to help you make the most of your End of Play.® writing experience.

1. Plan an achievable writing goal. Only you know the full extent of your time, availability, and resources. Perhaps you'd like to spend the month creating a draft of a new full length play (or two one-act plays), or composing a fully notated new song, or revising an existing draft of your play or musical. Maybe you'll only have time to draft the first act of your play or to sketch out the melody for your song. That's great too. No goal is too lofty or too small for your End of Play.® month of writing.

2. Know what you would like to write about. It's always helpful to have an overarching theme to explore or a question to keep in mind when you embark upon a new project. If you're stuck, find a friend with whom to trade writing prompts and exercises that will help spark your creativity. Or, you could read through some online issues of The Dramatist magazine to get your creative juices flowing.

3. Set yourself up for success by proactively protecting your work. The business side of writing can seem daunting and distant when you're just beginning a new project, but it's always good to think about the future of your work. If you're planning to write your play, musical, or song with a collaborator, be sure to check out the Dramatists Guild collaboration agreements for plays and for musicals.

4. Get to know the world of your play. If it’s helpful, begin the outlining process, or do some character development exercises, so that you are familiar with your plot and protagonist before you dive into End of Play.® month.

5. Find your optimal writing spot. Do you enjoy curling up with a pen and a notebook under a leafy tree? Are you most excited to write when you're poring over your laptop in the midst of a bustling cafe? Perhaps you gravitate towards the familiar surroundings of home when you want to really focus on your writing projects? Choose a comfortable writing place, or several comfortable writing places, where you know that you'll be able to do your best work.

6. Don't forget about self care. We encourage you to get some nice writing equipment, some delicious snacks for your writing breaks, and maybe a stress ball to squeeze when your hand cramps up from all that writing. Treat yourself to whatever will relax you as you take on this writing challenge. You deserve it!

7. Keep yourself accountable. How will you make sure that you stick to your writing goals for the month? Will you reward yourself after you write a certain number of pages each week? Will you make a donation to your favorite charity when you finish your draft? Will you check in with a writing friend to help keep them accountable too? There is no right or wrong way to stay accountable throughout the month. You should do whatever works best for you.

8. Plan to participate in the Guild's End of Play.® events. Check out our National Silent Writing page to see if there is an upcoming session that will work with your schedule. Take a look at our End of Play.® Events page to find regional events are happening near you, and register for any upcoming events that might be of interest!
(Don’t see any events for your area? Consider registering to become an End of Play.® Volunteer Event Coordinator, and organize your own local event.)

9. Keep a positive outlook. Get ready to challenge yourself, bring your writing to new heights, and join in on the fun!

The Judith Royer Excellence in Playwriting Award

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Deadline: February 1, 2023

The Judith Royer Excellence in Playwriting Award honors a new play marked by sophisticated and nuanced storytelling, with the potential to make a major artistic impact on contemporary theatre. This year’s winner will be invited to the annual meeting of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education in Austin, Texas, August 3-6, 2023 for a reading and/or showcase of the award-winning play. Plays must be entered by February 1, 2023.

In 2017, the playwriting award was newly named the Judith Royer Award for Excellence in Playwriting, in honor of the many years of service she has given to ATHE, the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, and especially to the development of new plays throughout the nation. Plays must have been written by playwrights engaged with an institution of higher education (be it student, faculty, artist in residence, guest artist, etc.).

This award is co-sponsored by KCACTF. Only full-length plays will be considered. A playwright may only enter one play in any given year. The plays can be produced or unproduced but must be unpublished.

The Royer sets no restrictions on subject matter, style, or intended audience. Past winning plays have spanned a diversity of topics and represented varied perspectives on race, culture, language, disability, gender, nationality, and political worldview. We aim to continue to expand our understanding of what this can look like, and hope playwrights will consider their submission to the Royer with this in mind, particularly in a year when ATHE has issued a Call to Action

The winning playwright is expected to attend the ATHE Conference and to participate in the preparation of a concert reading of the play

We strongly encourage playwrights to read this Call to Action before submitting, and to consider how their work addresses the questions raised: "If not us, then who? If not now, then when?"

Authors and nominators need not be ATHE members. Self-nominations are welcome. The winning playwright is expected to attend the ATHE Conference and to participate in the preparation of a concert reading of the play.

The winner will receive up to $500 in travel reimbursement for attending the awards ceremony and conference play reading, complimentary conference registration, and two complimentary nights in the conference hotel. The playwright will also be recognized at the National Festival at the Kennedy Center, for which they will receive membership in the Dramatists Guild, a cash award of $500, travel, hotel and a meal allowance.


View a list of past awardees here


Opportunity Guidelines
  • Please read the submission policy below carefully. Incorrect or incomplete submissions cannot be considered.A blind copy of your script, submitted as a PDF. To ensure the blind reading process, your name must not appear anywhere in the script document—not on the cover page, not in the headers or footers. The script document should also contain a brief synopsis of the play, a rough casting breakdown [Example 3M, 4W], and a brief description of the characters.
  • Pertinent production notes (optional).
  • Musicals will not be considered (due to the difficulty of the reading).
  • Your play must not include material that you do not have permission to use.
  • Your play must not be previously published.
  • Previous production of your script is allowed.
  • Do not submit a play that is incomplete or a rough draft.
  • Plays may be submitted to other award programs simultaneously. 
  • Deadline: February 1, 2023

SUBMIT YOUR WORK

For questions, contact subcommittee chair Hank Willenbrink.

EVCT Aspiring Playwrights 2023

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Deadline: February 15, 2023

East Valley Children’s Theatre is searching for aspiring playwrights to become a part of the theatre’s future seasons of performances. Contest rules and prizes are listed below.
  • All plays must be submitted to East Valley Children’s Theatre no later than February 15, 2023.
  • Playwrights must include a cover sheet with name, address, phone number and email address
  • Plays must be suitable for children to perform and for an audience of children. (Plays with small casts are not as likely to be chosen for performance; casts of 18 or more are preferred)
  • Plays must be 60-90 minutes in length. Shorter plays may be submitted but will not be considered for a seasonal theatrical production.
  • Plays and musicals must not have been previously performed. They must be original and unpublished.
  • Musicals must include a copy of the music in either manuscript or audio recording format.
  • Playwrights are not required to pay an entry fee.
The first place entry will receive a $500 cash prize, a stipend for travel, and will be produced by East Valley Children’s Theatre in its upcoming season, if it meets all the criteria for performance. Second and third place winners will be announced and recognized.

Winner will be announced by March 15, 2023.

Saturday, January 28, 2023

SALTLAND Theatre Festival seeks productions

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Deadline: February 1, 2023 at 11:59 PM ET

SUBMISSION FORM

We are pleased to announce the SALTLAND Theatre Festival, Central New York's newest theatre festival, will take place from April 25-May 7, 2023 in Syracuse, NY.

For its inaugural presentation the SALTLAND Theatre Festival seeks to showcase theatrical productions that create new experiences for audiences of all ages. Festival productions will be a mix of brand new works and innovative re-tellings of previously produced work.

In addition to announcing the Festival, we would also like to invite members of your performing arts community to submit proposal(s) for work to be performed during the 2023 Festival. We are especially excited to receive production submissions that embody narratives written, directed, performed by, and about, historically underrepresented individuals, as well as work that speaks to theatre for young audiences and community engaged works. The submission form is currently open and we will be accepting electronic submissions until 11:59pm ET on February 1, 2023.

Seeking:
  • Fully produced shows of any size that would suit a black-box style, intimate, or non-traditional performance space venue.
  • Productions that are at least 30 minutes and up to 2 hours in length. 
  • Productions that can conform to 30-minute load-in/load-out timeframes.
  • Each production will be asked to complete a minimum of three performances throughout the duration of the Festival.
  • Production teams will advertise their performances and the larger festival to their communities of fans.
Submissions will be reviewed by committee and selected productions will be notified no later than February 28, 2023.
 
We understand that your production may still be in development, so please do your best to accurately answer the submission questions, but know that we understand that performances may be “untitled” for now or that the script may change.  Know that the more detail you are able to provide in your application, the clearer picture we will have about what you are producing, better enabling us to determine if your production is a good fit for the Festival.  Shows that are selected to be included in the festival will need to provide a final script to the festival team no later than April 1, 2023.
 
As with all productions, teams will need to demonstrate that they have usage rights to produce a show before being accepted into the SALTLAND Theatre Festival.
 
General Submission Requirements
  • Contact Information
  • Individual or company name and contact information
  • Production Description
  • This includes a title, a one-sentence description of the show, a 500-word description of the show, and a character breakdown.  We will also accept up to 10 pages of a script, if one is available, for review.
 
Please see this document for all of the submission requirements.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: SALTLANDTheatreFestival@gmail.com

Highlights of the submission process include:

No submission fees

Calling for black-box style, intimate, or non-traditional performances

Split ticket sales with 80% of earnings going to your production team and 20% of earnings being retained by the festival to cover expenses.

Box office services

Area-wide festival promotion

For detailed information about the Festival and submission process, please visit: https://www.breadcrumbsproductions.com/saltlandtheatrefestival


*The SALTLAND Theatre Festival is funded in part due to a generous grant from the City of Syracuse Arts & Culture Recovery Fund.*

Jane Chambers Award 2023

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Deadline: February 1, 2023

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The Jane Chambers Playwriting Award recognizes new feminist plays and performance texts created by women and genderqueer writers for the stage that present a feminist perspective and contain significant opportunities for female performers. 

We welcome plays that experiment with form and/or that feature non-binary characters. 

This annual award is given in memory of lesbian playwright Jane Chambers who, through her plays A Late Snow, Last Summer at Bluefish Cove, My Blue Heaven, Kudzu, and The Quintessential Image, became a major feminist voice in American theatre.

This award is administered by the Women and Theatre Program (WTP) in partnership with The Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE).

Authors and nominators need not be ATHE members. Self-nominations are welcome. 

In order to be considered plays should have been written recently but do not need to have premiered. However, to qualify as “new” for this contest, any premiere or publication needs to have occurred no more than 18 months prior to the submission deadline. Playwrights may submit only one play per year.

A shortlist of finalists will be publicized on the ATHE website by the third week in June, followed by the announcement of the Winner by July 20, annually. The winner will receive an award of $1K from the WTP Program, up to $500 towards travel expenses (reimbursement), conference registration and two nights in the conference hotel from ATHE.

Student Submissions should be sent separately and directly to the Student Coordinator per the WTP website and student guidelines. All guidelines must be followed–including sending the play to the current coordinator’s address–to be considered.

For questions about the Jane Chambers Playwriting Award, contact Subcommittee Chairs Jennifer-Scott Mobley and Maya Roth, or, if you are signed in, via the 'contact' link on this page.

For Information about the Student Jane Chambers Award, please contact the student coordinator.

VII INTERNATIONAL PLAYWRITING CONTEST

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Deadline: January 31, 2023


Each entry must contain only one play.
The play must be written in a document of text without images.
The script must contain a front page stating:
2) The contest category (A / B / C)
3) Contact e-mail.
The author's name must be deleted to facilitate fair, anonymous judging

The file of the document may have the following formats: DOC, DOCX, ODT, PDF, RTF, TXT.

You may use this procedure to re-submit (for some reason) the file.

Your play will be added to the list of Contest entries. Check it using Info→Contest entries menu.

The contest aims to encourage writers in the creation of bold and powerful plays for young people.

The competition is open to all writers worldwide
there is no age or nationality limit for the entrants

The heart of this competition is the participation of playwrights worldwide, regardless of nationality, age, gender or language.

€12.800 in prizes to be won

1. The competition is open to all writers worldwide and there is no age or nationality limit for the entrants.

a) We do accept plays co-authored by more than one writer. Hereafter, ‘writer’ or ‘playwright’ means either a single writer or a group of writers in a collective work.

b) The participation of an underage writer must be authorised by the legal guardian.

2. The competition is restricted to plays for young audiences.

a) We do not accept plays for children or adult audiences.

b) We do not accept musicals.

3. Writers are asked to submit a play for either:

a) Category A (the play must cater for a performance time of no less than 60 min. and no more than two hours).

b) Category B (the play must cater for a performance time of no less than 30 min and no more than one hour).

b) Category C (the play must cater for a performance time of no less than 10 min and no more than 30 min).

4. The play can be written in any official language of the world.

5. The play must be a new and original piece of work. The play must not have been published in any form or awarded previously.

a) The copyright of the play must be owned and/or controlled by the entrant to the full extent necessary to enable Editorial DALYA to use the work as contemplated by these contest rules.

b) Performed plays can be submitted.

6. There is no fee to enter and no hidden costs for the entrants.

7. €12800 in prizes to be won:

a) Category A (4800€)

A cash prize of 2400€ for the writer, translation to another European language, publication and public reading, plus economic aid for performances and public readings of the play within two years after its publication.

b) Category B (3200€)

A cash prize of 1000€ for the writer, translation to another European language, publication and public reading, plus economic aid for the performances and public readings of the play within two years after its publication.

c) Category C (2000€)

A cash prize of 400€ for the writer, translation to another European language, publication and public reading, plus economic aid for the performances and public readings of the play within two years after its publication.

d) Shortlist (2800€)

The shortlisted plays will automatically be considered for publication in Editorial DALYA.

e) Awards cannot be shared or reduced, and the prize must be granted at least in one category.

f) The Jury may award Honourable Mentions without cash prizes to any play of the contest.

8. The competition opens on Saturday, 1 October 2021, with the deadline for entry being on Tuesday, 31 January 2023.

a) We do accept up to three plays per writers.

b) Each entry must contain just one play.

9. The play may be submitted via links provided at edalya.com/index.php/youngtheater or on Editorial DALYA web page: www.edalya.com. (→Premios →Premio Teatro Joven).

a) The document must contain a front page stating:

1) The title of the play

2) The contest category (A or B or C)

3) Contact e-mail.

c) The writer's name must be deleted from the entry and document to facilitate fair, anonymous judging.

10. An updated list of the plays submitted to the competition will be published on the web of the competition.

a) The Jury can change the category at his sole discretion.

b) The organization will send a notification to the writer to confirm that the entry has been accepted.

c) Writers whose plays are not listed or have not received the acceptance of the entry should notify the organization this by email.

d) The entries with no contact email or this is incorrect will be discarded in the finalists selection.

Heartland Theatre Company 10-Minute Play Competition 2023

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Deadline: February 1, 2023

All entrants must complete and submit the
HEARTLAND THEATRE 10-MINUTE PLAY ENTRY FORM.

Heartland Theatre Company is seeking eight 10-minute original plays to be considered for production in June of 2023 as part of our 20th annual 10-minute play festival. This year, the theme is THE WAITING ROOM.

1. Your play must fit the theme – THE WAITING ROOM – or it will not be considered.
2. Your play must fit our theater and its performance space.
3. We require internet submissions in MS Word or PDF.
4. When formatting your play, we ask that you follow our style sheet.
5. We are looking for NEW plays. Please do not send us anything that has previously been produced.
6. Your play must contain at least two (2) characters, but no more than four (4).
7. Heartland Theatre Company has a pool of actors ranging in age from 18 to 80. Make sure that your characters can be played by actors within that range.
8. Your play should consist mainly of dialogue, not monologues.
9. No children’s plays, musicals, or plays which were previously chosen as winners in any Heartland Theatre playwriting competition will be considered.
10. Do not put your name on the play itself, as submissions are judged blind. Make sure your title and page numbers appear on every page of the play, however.
11. Please read and consider the Judging Criteria.
12. Those plays which win and are staged will be videotaped for archival purposes.
13. No contracts beyond the guidelines mentioned here will be offered.
14. Only one entry will be accepted from each playwright.
15. Your play must be written in English.
16. Keep your play under ten minutes in length.
17. Remember that something has to happen in those ten minutes.
18. MAKE IT GOOD!

You must attach your script in MS Word format (preferred) or PDF when you send the entry form.

If you have any questions, please email playfest@heartlandtheatre.org

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Literature Today seeks one-minute plays for its April 2023 issue

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Deadline: March 28, 2023

PLEASE SEND ALL SUBMISSIONS TO:  editorliteraturetoday@gmail.com 

Literature Today- an International Journal of Contemporary Literature is inviting submissions for April 2023 issue. The theme of our April 2023 issue is ' Relationships '. You can send us poems, short stories, memoirs and one minute plays on :

1. Man-Woman relationship.

2. Parent-child relationship.

3. Man's/Woman's relationship with animals.

4. Man's/Woman's relationship with birds.

5. Lover-beloved relationship.

6. Man's/Woman's relationship with God.

7. Man's/Woman's relationship with Machines.

8. Man's/Woman's relationship with trees.

9. Any other themes relating to relationships.

Submission Deadline: March 28, 2023


Wednesday, January 25, 2023

2023 Austin Latinx New Play Festival

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Deadline: February 5, 2023, 11:59 PM CST

Submissions can be submitted HERE

Teatro Vivo is pleased to announce the call for entries for the 2023 Austin Latinx New Play Festival (2022 ALNPF), presented in collaboration with ScriptWorks, to be read live at the Dougherty Arts Center in Austin, TX April 27th – 29th 2022. 

All playwrights are invited to submit original scripts that speak to the diverse Latinx experience. Teatro Vivo is eager to include AfroLatinx or Indigenous characters and/or stories, Theatre for Young Audiences stories, LGBTQ+ characters and/or stories, and Austin voices that would resonate with our Teatro Vivo and Austin, TX audience. Plays can be monolingual, (English or Spanish), bilingual, or multilingual.

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, February 5th, 2023 by 11:59 PM CST.

Plays will then be blind read and scored by a diverse panel of readers and supported by our Board of Directors. Four scripts will be selected for presentation at the festival. Selected plays will be announced by mid-February.

Eligible plays must be original, full-length works with a minimum 50-minute run time and a max of 10 roles, or include a breakdown of doubling. Additionally, plays must align with the Teatro Vivo mission statement, be focused on Latinx lives in any iteration, and must not have been professionally produced before the 2022 ALNPF or already scheduled for production in 2022.

Though we love musical theatre, at this moment Teatro Vivo can not support musical theatre submissions.

The ALNPF provides an opportunity for playwrights to hear, see, and receive feedback on their original work. The festival brings each playwright together with a dramaturg, director, and actors to bring their play to life as a staged reading in front of an audience. Additionally, the selected playwrights will work with dramaturgs provided by the festival to develop their play before the festival readings.

Playwrights of the selected pieces will collaborate with a dramaturg and directors hired by Teatro Vivo and ScriptWorks. Playwrights must be available to attend the preliminary reading of their play on March 7th, 2022, and the Festival dates of April 7th-9th. Playwrights are expected to participate in a facilitated talk back with an audience immediately following the public reading.

Our expectation at this point is to have the festival at the MACC in Austin, should COVID make a live festival impossible, Teatro Vivo will let you know by March 1st that we are pivoting to an online festival.

Teatro Vivo will cover costs of travel expenses (flights) for selected playwrights based outside of the greater Austin area. Playwrights will be housed at a community member’s home or in a private room in an Airbnb in Austin. Playwrights will not receive additional compensation (stipend, royalties) for this workshop.

For any other questions, please email us at teatrovivoaustin@gmail.com

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

O'Neill Young Playwrights Festival 2023

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Deadline: February 8, 2023

Each year, a cohort of young playwrights is invited to spend a weekend at the O'Neill with a dedicated creative team—director, dramaturg, and actors—to help them develop their short plays based on the principles and techniques of the O'Neill's renowned National Playwrights Conference. Students receive a rigorous exploration of their work guided by professional artists as well as a script-in-hand public reading of their new play.

In addition to the five Featured Playwrights whose work is selected for a weekend of development, the O'Neill welcomes a number of students to attend as Guest Playwrights. Guest Playwrights will observe the development processes, attend playwriting workshops and rehearsals, and hear their scripts read aloud.

YPF welcomes young playwrights to apply to spend a weekend at the O'Neill with a dedicated creative team—director, dramaturg, and actors—to help them develop their short plays using the principles and techniques of the O'Neill's renowned National Playwrights Conference. In addition to the five Featured Playwrights whose work is selected for development, a number of students are invited to attend as Guest Playwrights who will observe rehearsals, attend writing workshops, and hear their scripts read aloud.

Applications for the 2023 Festival will open in early 2023! In the meantime, please review our application and eligibility information below.

YOU ARE ELIGIBLE IF YOU:
  • Are between the ages of 12-18 and currently enrolled in middle or high school
  • Reside in the United States
  • Have permission from your parent or guardian to submit
  • Have written an original 10-15 page play
  • Are the only writer of the play
  • Are interested in seeing a play of yours workshopped at the world-renowned Eugene O’Neill Theater Center
TO APPLY:
  • Include your name and the title of your play on the front page of the script.
  • Include a listing of character names and descriptions.
  • Number every page of your script.
  • Submit only one play for consideration.
  • Submit play as PDFs or Word documents. We do not accept Google Docs.

NOTE:​

Application materials will not be returned or archived.
Plays will be selected on a competitive basis.
The O'Neill only accepts digital submissions.
Early submissions are strongly encouraged.
The O'Neill does not provide housing or travel for festival attendees.

Monday, January 23, 2023

Attleboro Community Theatre open for submissions

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Deadline: January 31, 2023

SUBMISSION FORM

When submitting a proposal please include the following information:

Type of show (i.e., comedy, drama, murder mystery, etc.).

Brief synopsis, number of acts, and running time of the show.

Number of men, women, children, etc. Any special casting requirements.

Number of locations along with a brief description of each.

Publishing/Performance Rights holder along with costs for rotalties/scripts.

Budget requirements including special costumes, props, effects, etc.

Capital Repertory Theatre’s Twelfth Annual NEXT ACT! NEW PLAY SUMMIT

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Deadline: January 31, 2023

The submission process for Capital Repertory Theatre’s Twelfth Annual NEXT ACT! NEW PLAY SUMMIT is now open!

NEXT ACT!, now in its twelfth year, is an expansion of Capital Repertory Theatre’s (theREP) commitment to the development of new work. At the same time, the four-day long summit is designed to complement the Upper Hudson Valley’s rich diverse populations. NEXT ACT! New Play Summit 12 will take place in June of 2023 (exact dates coming soon) and will feature both in-person and virtual readings of several never-before produced plays, with additional events throughout the summit.

theREP is looking for scripts that use theatre to address injustices, inequities, and cultural collisions, providing a voice for the unheard on stage, in the workplace, the Capital Region and beyond. Specifically seeking scripts with racial, ethnic, generational, religious and gender diversity. Scripts that engage art and social justice.

Accepting full length plays only. (No Musicals.)

Pieces written by and featuring POC stories and characters are encouraged.

Maximum of 5 actors (doubling is allowed if it works to illuminate the story).

Comedy and Drama welcome!

ELIGIBILITY

Eligible plays cannot have been previously produced, though previous readings are allowed. Plays can have no more than five (5) actors (doubling is allowed if it works to illuminate the story).

Plays previously submitted to NEXT ACT! will not be considered!

Agent and non-agent submissions accepted – both must adhere to the guidelines.

For full submission guidelines and how to submit, please click here: https://capitalrep.org/next-act-submissions/

Submission Deadline: END OF DAY – Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Sunday, January 22, 2023

The Athena Project seeks plays by women for Read and Rant

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Deadline: January 31, 2023

Submissions here

The Athena Project currently accepting submissions for our Read & Rant program for the month of April.

Each month, we host a conversation via Zoom that is attended by theater-lovers from all over the country to discuss scripts we have read ahead of time. Think "book club" for plays! We will feature one to two scripts that have not yet been produced each session and invite the playwright to join our conversation. Guided by a professional dramaturg, we invite attendees to share constructive comments, thoughts, and affirmations in order to aid in the development process of the piece. 

You can find out more about our past sessions here.

We are looking for plays primarily written by women. We believe that “women” means many things and can be a complicated term. We recognize that the term “women” does not automatically include all aspects of the gender spectrum. We want to create a safer space for the expression and growth for all women, non-binary, and LGBTQIA+ individuals. 

Submissions will be accepted from now through January 31st. The link for playwrights to submit their work is here: https://athenaprojectarts.org/submit-2/

A is For Playwriting Contest 2022-2023

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Deadline: January 31, 2023 11:59PM EST

At this moment, A is For Action.

Since our founding, A is For has built a beautiful and powerful community of artists and supporters. We create and amplify stigma-busting art and raise money for abortion access. In defiance and with newfound clarity of purpose, we will continue that work.

To that end, we are now accepting submissions for our 2022-23 play contest.

Why a playwriting contest?

It’s not just abortion that is stigmatized in our culture, but the entire lived experiences of people who seek to fulfill their promise as autonomous human beings, realize their own dreams, raise their families in safety and peace, pursue their ambitions, and maintain control over their physical and reproductive lives.

The subject of reproductive justice is one too often simplified by our current dialogues. And too often the voices and perspectives of the people most affected by restrictions, legislative prohibitions, and cultural prejudices are excluded from our artistic institutions.

A is For seeks to change that. We believe that theatre is a powerful platform through which to share stories, debunk myths, and create lasting change. We believe that theatre can transform. We want to challenge the abstract, politicized, and stigmatized ways people think about abortion and reproductive justice. We want to amplify voices which can reframe the conversation. We want to support and promote artists who can dispel myths and misconceptions. We want to hear the stories you want to tell. 

[Check out last year’s festival here]

In that spirit, the stories we hope to bring to the fore will be diverse in perspective as well as imagination. These plays may be personal and realistic, or they may be allegorical. They may be fantastic, sprung from dreams, or they may be grounded in naturalism. From the surrealist, to the literal. From magical realism, to documentarian. Whatever form or shape they may take, we hope to receive a wide range of works from all over the country, reflecting the great variety of experiences that reproductive justice demands we all recognize.

In highlighting these stories, we’re broadening the emotional vocabulary of the American audience, and opening up our theaters to a fuller and more honest exploration of the human experience.
Dates

Submissions will be accepted through January 31, 2023 11:59PM EST.

Winners will be announced May 2023.

All three plays will be presented as staged readings at our 2023 play festival, exact dates and location tbd.
Criteria

Submit one-act plays about reproductive justice, including (but not limited to) the topic of abortion.

You may not edit your entry after submitting.

You may submit as many plays as you wish.

Plays must be no longer than 60 minutes (typically about 60 pages, double-spaced.) Plays longer than 60 minutes will automatically be disqualified.

Plays do not have to be as long as 60 minutes. They can be shorter. They can be as short as a single page if you feel that’s sufficient to tell your story.

Please submit your plays (PDF only) on Award Force. Please do NOT email copies of your play directly to A is For.

Plays in languages other than English will be accepted as long as an accompanying English translation is also provided.

Plays should include a cover page that includes the name of the playwright, and all relevant contact information, including representation, if applicable.
Winners

A qualified Jury of accomplished theatre professionals and experts in reproductive justice will read and assess all entries.

Only the winner and runners up will be contacted directly by A is For once the jury has made its decisions.

Grand Prize will be awarded to one play which will receive $5,000.

The Second Place winner will be awarded $3,000, and the Third Place winner will be awarded $1,500.


All three plays will be presented as rehearsed readings during our festival.
Support

If you have any questions about the contest or the entry process, please email: contest@aisfor.org

Saturday, January 21, 2023

FLEAS ON THE DOG SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR ISSUE 13

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Deadline: January 30, 2023

FLEAS ON THE DOG SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR ISSUE 13

Plays and screenplays, all styles up to five acts. Include current bio/cv when submitting. Previously published plays acceptable if rights have reverted back to playwright. No fees. Runs Jan 2 to Jan 30.

Submissions are now open for Issue 13 to be published February 2023. There is no submission fee. There is no remuneration for work we publish, either, but what the heck, you're going to be famous! We'll get back to you in about 30 days, hopefully sooner. (Why should it take months?)

Fiction: Up to 5000 words. Length is less important than quality. For works longer than 5000 words query the editors about possible serialization.

Submissions should be on a Microsoft Word doc or docx file. Use a sensible font. Double space format. Stuff like grammar and sentence structure  is important unless your work deliberately exploits bad grammar and lack of structure. (We can tell the difference.) Include a brief bio with your submission and publishing credits, if any. Send your submission as an e-mail attachment to editors@fleasonthedog.com (or type in the link in the email address).

Include the genre (fiction, poetry, or play) and title of your work in the subject bar.  Simultaneous submissions are okay, just let us know when your work is accepted elsewhere. Multiple submissions are not okay unless solicited. Submit to only one category per issue. We retain the first rights of your work for a period of three months. After this time rights revert back to the author. If you should republish the story/article please acknowledge that it was first published by www.fleasonthedog.com

Friday, January 20, 2023

Crowname submissions for the 5th issue

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Deadline: January 31, 2023


Or send via snail mail at crownamestudios@gmail.com

Summer Theme (May 20th to August 20th)

Green, Blue

Introducing our Rainbow Color series (but backwards)! 5th issue edition!

As an optical phenomenon, the circumzenithal arc looks similar to our regular rainbow, but a better description of it would be a type of halo. Often, it is referred to as “a smile in the sky,” and is typically refracted sunlight through ice crystals.

“Green in nature is one thing, green in literature another. Nature and letters seem to have a natural antipathy; bring them together and they tear each other to pieces.”

–Virginia Woolf, Orlando
Guidelines (Please Read)

Please note that at this time we cannot offer payment for publication. We hope this changes in the future, but until then, publication in Crow Name is unpaid.

We are committed to a safe and positive environment for our community. This means that we do not tolerate racist, sexist, bigoted, antisemitic, homo/trans/bi/queer/acephobic, Hinduphobic, Islamaphobic, ableist, violent, or otherwise hateful or discriminatory pieces and practices. Please note that we will not tolerate anyone who submits anything of this nature, and our no-tolerance policy extends to any hateful and/or unsafe practices not listed.

We are also committed to making sure people of all different backgrounds and abilities are able to enjoy our site. We encourage people from all different backgrounds to submit.

We accept submissions from May 20th to August 20th and November 1st to January 31st.

We also accept previously published pieces so long that you, the writer/artist/maker, have full legal rights to the piece. 

Do:
  • Submit via Microsoft Word or PDF. 
  • Submit funky, fantasy, sci-fi, realistic fiction, poetry, script, comics, podcasts/audio essays, nonfiction, eccentric, playful formatting, art, short film, animation, and anything weird and cool.
  • Submit excerpts.
  • Submit 1-5 pieces at a time, up to 20 pages total. 
  • Submit to other magazines, papers, and journals simultaneously (but tell us if you’ve been accepted elsewhere).
  • Submit revisions.
  • Submit art in CMYK color mode, in at least 300 dpi, and in TIFF or PNG files.
  • Submit audio in the MP3 file format, and video in MP4.
Don’t: 
  • Submit racist, sexist, bigoted, antisemitic, homo/trans/bi/queer/acephobic, Hinduphobic, Islamaphobic, ableist, violent, or otherwise hateful or discriminatory pieces not listed. 
  • Try to send something to us via snail-mail (we don’t have an actual address).
  • Send us things that don’t follow our “Do’s”

If You’re Accepted:
  • We will send you confirmation of your acceptance or rejection via email. 
  • By accepting our acceptance, you give Crow Name permission to publish your work. 
  • You will retain all ownership and copyright to your work.
  • We will copy-edit your work, and/or may ask for small revisions. 
  • We retain the right to remove any work from our site at any time with or without notification. Otherwise, your work will remain on the website and in our archives for the lifespan of this site.

Thursday, January 19, 2023

The Black Motherhood and Parenting New Play Festival seeks one-act plays

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Deadline: February 10, 2023 at 11:59pm EST

Blackboard Plays and Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) partner to uplift the experiences of Black Parenthood. The Black Motherhood and Parenting New Play Festival was established to tell stories from and about Black artists with families.

MISSION STATEMENT

Since 2008, Blackboard Plays has been devoted to Black Playwrights throughout the African Diaspora. Blackboard Reading Series was incubated at Nancy Manocherian's the cell in Chelsea's Manhattan as a resident series for 10 years before Blackboard made its home in The Mary Rodgers Room at The Dramatists Guild in 2018. Feature Readings and Community Nights are two ways that Blackboard supports the development of new work by Black Playwrights. Blackboard was founded by Garlia Cornelia Jones.

Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) is a national advocacy organization serving as a resource hub, community, and solutions generator for caregivers in the performing arts and media and the institutions who support them. PAAL created the first all-gender, all-discipline national PAAL Childcare Grants for individuals and institutions. PAAL has participated internationally in think tanks, on panels, and facilitated workshops on parenting in the arts at multiple gatherings, including the national TCG conferences, BroadwayCon, Actors Equity Association, Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, and the first national conversation on caregiving in the Latinx community at the Latinx Theatre Commons Annual Convening, Miami in Motion, in 2019. PAAL commits to anti-racist roots in structure, practice, policy, principle, and production, through Vertical 50/50, centering support on BIPOC artists, and gathering resources for active anti-racism in caregiver support.



PURPOSE STATEMENT

PAAL and Blackboard established #BMPFest to showcase the creative output of Black parent playwrights. They issued an open call in October 2020 for writers who identify as Black parents or caregivers to submit up to 10 pages of work that they would develop into a one-act.

SEEKING

The Black Motherhood and Parenting New Play Festival (#BMPFest) is seeking new plays by Black Parent and caregiver playwrights for its upcoming theatre festival in the Fall of 2023.

#BMPFest is open to those that identify as Black parents and caregivers.

#BMPFest is seeking stories centering the Black parenting and caregiving experience.

This includes, but is not limited to stories from artists with family responsibilities.

PAAL and Blackboard are transgender and non-binary affirming spaces. All language referencing "mother," "parent," "dad," "caregiver," and their derivatives include and refer to any individual who identifies with them.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

February 10, 2023 at 11:59pm EST

SUBMISSION DETAILS

Please submit up to 10 pages MAX of a play that you would develop into a One-Act (30 - 45 minutes.)

Six (6) Semi-Finalists will have a feature digital (zoom) reading as part of Blackboard Plays’ 2023 Season.
  • Four (4) Finalists will develop their One-Act centering on the Black parenting and caregiving experience to premiere digitally during the Fall of 2023.Once selected, we will ask our 10-semifinalists to submit a full script for review.
  • We will then select our 4 finalists.
  • Between the start of rehearsal and your selection as a finalist, you will have the opportunity to expand upon your work.
  • Diverse Gender representation will be prioritized in the review and selection process.
  • Each produced play will have digital production elements and an assigned director.
  • Although we ask for a sample of 10-pages, this is not a 10-minute play festival. Video Submissions will not be accepted.
LOCATION

The Final four (4) plays will be produced virtually.

Pending partner theatre preferences, we will consider a hybrid presentation.

Vaccination will be required for all participants of in-person productions
COMPENSATION

Each of the four (4) Finalists will be paid a stipend of $1,000. USD, as well as a $500. USD Caregiver Reimbursement Stipend per artist.

FAQ

Question: What if my play has already had a reading or what if it has been produced somewhere else. Can I still submit it?

While we encourage new work we also support the developmental process. If your piece is in development, has had a reading, or been produced at smaller theatres then send it along.

Question: I was one of the top four finalists for the 2022 season, can I submit for the 2023 season?

We ask that you wait a year before re-submitting if you were one of our finalists.

Vivid Stage is accepting plays

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Deadline: March 31, 2023
THEY HAVE REACHED THEIR LIMIT

Are you a playwright with an original new play? We’d love to read it! Your play could be selected for a reading in our “Meet the Artist” series in May. Or it might even end up on our mainstage!

SUBMISSIONS: We accept scripts from January 1 through March 31. Please DO NOT SUBMIT plays from April through December. Submissions will be capped at 300 per year. Responses are made annually in late spring.

Also, please DO NOT SUBMIT BLIND COPIES of your script. Make sure your name and email address are on the script itself. We use your contact info in the script to reply to your submission. If you submit a blind copy, your script will not be considered.

Many thanks for sharing your time and talents.

Script Parameters
  • Full-length comedies or dramas (no musicals)
  • One script per writer
  • Cast size of no more than 9
  • Roles for women (if any) are realistic and substantial
  • Contemporary topics
  • Focus on “the human story”
  • Warmth and optimism
  • Please check spelling, punctuation and format
Review our mission for further information on what we’re seeking

Please note:
  • No teen or child casts
  • No historical or period pieces
  • No short plays (less than 60 minutes)
  • No musicals
Submission Guidelines

Submit by e-mail: info@vividstage.org

OR

Mail printed script to:

Laura Ekstrand, Artistic Director
VIVID STAGE
Oakes Center
120 Morris Avenue
Summit, NJ 07901

Include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your script mailed back to you.

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Playwrights Realm Writing Fellowship & Scratchpad Series 2023

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Deadline: February 13, 2023 12PM EST

SUBMIT VIA SUBMITTABLE

→ WRITING FELLOWSHIP

The Writing Fellowship is at the heart of what we do: helping writers write. Four early-career playwrights receive nine months of resources, readings and feedback designed to help them reach their professional and artistic goals. The culminating event of the program is our INK’D Festival, which features public readings of each Fellows’ play. 

To be eligible you must:
  1.  Live within commuting distance to Midtown Manhattan, and be able to make it to regular evening writers meetings, rehearsals, and events.
  2. Have a script that would benefit from a nine-month, intensive development  process.

$4,000 Award

Fellows develop a single, new play.
  • Monthly group meetings provide a collaborative space for writers to share and refine their work.
  • One-on-one meetings with Realm artistic staff support each writer's process.
  • Fellows collaborate with a director, design consultants, and actors for two readings.
  • Personalized professional development resources are tailored to the group - mentor opportunities, meet-and-greets, and professional seminars are designed to shed light on the business of theatre, and empower the Fellows to be active, informed participants in their own careers.
  • The culminating event of the program is the INK'D Festival, featuring a public (either in person or virtual) presentation for each Fellow.
→ SCRATCHPAD SERIES

Scratchpad Series jumpstarts The Realm’s relationship with early-career playwrights from around the country. Participants will spend a week in New York City for a developmental reading of their play with top-notch professional collaborators—director, cast, and The Realm’s artistic staff. If the playwright is based outside of New York, The Realm will provide travel and housing or per diem

To be eligible you must:
  1. Have a script that would benefit from dramaturgical conversation with The Realm and 15-hour developmental reading process reading. (Plays can be anything from a rough first draft to a play that is close to production-ready.)
  2. Be able to be present in New York City for a process of between 3-6 days, at a time agreed upon by both you and The Realm.
Playwrights may submit to both opportunities.

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