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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Tiny Theater Application call at The Brick

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Tiny Theater
December 12 & 13, 2014
A mini theater festival performed in a box.

TINY THEATER = theater / dance / dance-theater / puppet-theater / object-theater / installation that takes place in a 6' x 6' x 6' space — and in under 10 mins. Performers and scenic elements must not exist outside the box at any point during each piece. To apply and for more information, click herehttp://goo.gl/forms/LF6LofWVoM

Deadline: November 1
Notifications: November 5th


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

9th Biennial Festival of Ten-Minute Plays

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The Department of Theatre and Music Studies at The College at Brockport - State University of New York is pleased to announce its 9th Biennial Festival of Ten-Minute Plays

  • All submissions are online.  
  • Please visit our website for complete submission and format guidelines: http://www.brockport.edu/theatre
  • Each submission must have a cover sheet – available with the complete submission guidelines
  • Each script must have a running time of seven to fourteen minutes
  • Only original scripts allowed
  • Maximum of two scripts per playwright
  • No musicals
  • Previously produced plays, for which admission was charged, are not accepted
  • Plays written by the College at Brockport Department of Theatre and Music Studies faculty and staff (full and part time) are not accepted
  • Entries will be acknowledged by email
  • Scripts must be submitted by April 1st 2014 midnight EST
  • The top ten scripts will be produced in fully realized productions as part of the College at Brockport Festival of Ten IX in February 2015
  • Awards will be given to the top three selected plays
  • Finalists will be notified by December 1st  2014
  • For more information please visit our website: http://www.brockport.edu/theatre



Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Long Island City One Act Festival: Vol 2 is now accepting submissions for its new festival in January 2014

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The LIC One Act Festival: Vol 2 is a competition style one-act play festival held at The Secret Theatre. Prizes will be offered in the following categories: Best Play ($100), Best Director ($100), Best Actor ($50), and Best Actress ($50). In addition to cash prizes, those plays in the final round will be offered a chance to be non-exclusively published in The Secret Theatre’s Second Anthology of Short Plays.

Plays advance to the final rounds through secret audience votes. Final voting will be done by a panel of judges. Winners will be announced and awarded on the last night of the festival during the closing night party hosted by The Secret Theatre.

Scripts are due by 25 November at 5 PM.

Scripts may be sent to submissions@secrettheatre.com in PDF format ONLY.

Please indicate if you have a director in mind for your work.

Plays for the festival will be chosen by 6 December.



One Acts:

  • Will each be guaranteed 4 performances
  • Can be on any theme and in any style
  • Can use 6 actors or less
  • Must be under 15 minutes
  • Will receive free rehearsal space at the theatre’s discretion
  • Cannot bring in a set (a standard setting including 4 chairs, one table and 2 rehearsal cubes will be provided)
  • Cannot store props or costumes at the theatre

There will be an open call for auditions on 14 December from 10 AM - 2 PM.

Performances:
Thursday 16 January 8PM
Friday 17 January 8PM
Saturday 18 January 2PM
Saturday 18 January 8PM
Sunday 19 January 2PM
Sunday 19 January 8PM

Thursday 23 January 8,PM
Friday 24 January 8PM
Saturday 25 January 2PM
Saturday 25 January 8PM
Sunday 26 January 2PM
Sunday 26 January 8PM

Thursday 30 January 8PM Semi-finals
Friday 31 January 8PM Semi-finals
Saturday 1 February 8PM Final round

Directors:
There is an open call for directors who will be paired with plays at the discretion of the producers. However if the playwright has a director they would like to recommend for their piece, it will be taken into consideration. Directors are responsible for casting. In addition to the open call, the Secret Theatre will provide limited free space for director’s individual auditions. Directors, please email your CV to submissions@secrettheatre.com for consideration.



www.secrettheatre.com

The Secret Theatre

4402 23rd St

LIC/Court Square

718 392 0722

Saturday, October 12, 2013

The Downtown Urban Theater Festival (DUTF) is currently accepting submissions

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The Downtown Urban Theater Festival (DUTF) is currently accepting submissions for its 12th annual season to be held at HERE (www.here.org) in SoHo, New York City March 31-April 19, 2014.

DUTF, produced by Creative Ammo Inc., was founded in 2001 with the purpose to build a repertoire of new American theatre that echoes the true spirit of urban life and speaks to a whole new generation whose lives defy categorizing along conventional lines. That purpose has been realized many times over, as more than 100 writers have created and refined their work for the stage and thousands of inspired audience members have applauded their performances. DUTF gives writers from America’s burgeoning multicultural landscape the opportunity to share their stories that interpret our history and our times. It is a place where writers can create and refine their work for the stage.

For more info about DUTF, visit us online at:

DUTF is supported, in part, by New York State Council on the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

For 2014, DUTF will accept 15 theatrical works comprised of full-length productions (60-90 minutes) and shorts (under 45 minutes). Each work is performed only once during the festival. Three of the outstanding works produced during the festival will receive $1,000 awards in the categories of Best Play, Best Short and Audience. There is no submission or participation fee and each playwright will receive a monetary production stipend at the start of the festival to defray some of the production costs.

To submit for DUTF 2014, please forward the following to dutfnyc@gmail.com:

(1) Playwright’s bio with contact info - name, address, phone # and email
(2) Photo of playwright
(3) Synopsis of theatrical work
(4) Complete script of theatrical work
(5) Estimated running time of work
(6) Actor/director/crew bios, if available
(7) Description of stage set (if any) and production needs (i.e. sound and lighting)


THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2013.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Insomniacs 24 Hour Play Festival

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The Grex Group Theatre is pleased to announce our 2nd Annual Insomniacs 24 Hour Play Festival set for October 18th and 19th at Theatre 54!

How Does It Work?

Friday night, October 18th, at 6:30pm we will meet for our Insomniacs orientation meeting. Directors, playwrights, and actors will be introduced and assigned to a groups. The groups will have time to meet and briefly get to know one another before the writing begins!

The playwright will then seclude themselves somewhere in the city as they compose the most brilliant script ever written! As soon as the play is complete, the actors will be called in for an all-night rehearsal process with their director. The next morning (Saturday the 19th), tech rehearsals will begin at Theatre 54 and evening performances will be given in front of live audiences at 7:00pm and 8:30pm.

What Are the Rules?


  • Participants must be available for a full 24 hours prior to the performance. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • If accepted, there is a non-refundable $10.00 participation/registration fee. This fee is payable online and must be paid to secure your spot in the festival.
  • All participant groups will be provided with limited rehearsal space during the festival.
  • Participants will be able to see the performance for free if audience availability allows.
  • Each team agrees to have a fully memorized and rehearsed play to present for our live audience!

How Do I Apply?

Please send an email to grexgrouptheatre@gmail.com with the following information:
ACTORS (non-union) - your headshot and resume. Please put “Insomniac Actor" in the subject line.
WRITERS - a brief writing sample (no more than 10 pages). Please put "Insomniac Writer" in the subject line.
DIRECTORS - your resume. Please put "Insomniac Director" in the subject line. 

How Does Casting Work?

The Grex Group Team will contact you after receiving your application! If you are offered a slot as an actor, director, or writer, you will have 48 hours to accept the offer!

All registration fees will be due by October 1, 2013.

Thank you!
Clayton Guiltner, Producing Artistic Director
www.grexgroup.com

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Players Theatre: Accepting Submissions for Short Play Festival

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The historic Players Theatre, in the heart of Greenwich Village, is accepting short play and musical submissions for the June Festival competition.

This June our theme will be “Only In New York!” Starting June 6th, five short plays/musicals will be presented each week for three weeks. The Short Play and Musical Festival will run Thursday through Sunday in the Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre.

Each week, a Best of the Festival winner will be selected by audience and judge’s votes. The winner will receive a cash prize of $100. The Short Play and Musical festival is running Thursdays through Sundays from June 6 - 23, 2013.

All completed submissions must be received by 5:00 PM, Friday, April 12th.

Email Submissions to PlayFestival@ThePlayersTheatre.com and mail two (2) copies of your script (BLIND COPY ONLY) and application to:

The Short Play Festival
The Players Theatre
115 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10012
212-475-1449

GUIDELINES

1. Submissions should be of a NEW YORK theme in honor of ONLY IN NEW YORK. Should be focussed on New York experiences and ideas.

2. Each production will have four performances; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. (Tech will be the previous Sunday.)

There will be three separate weeks. Festival staff will try to pair up one-acts according to theme and running time. Please let us know if you have any date conflicts.
We will try to work around conflict of selected plays but be aware that conflicts might exclude you from the festival.

3. Please mail or hand-deliver two (2) bound, hard copy, blind submissions, of your play not to exceed 15 pages/15 minutes, with the application form (link) to the above address. Please include a CD of music if you are submitting a musical.
 Make sure that a cast breakdown and synopsis is included. In addition, you must e-mail one copy. There is no submission fee but we limit the number of plays by each playwright to two (2). Plays will not be returned so please do not send SASE.

Blind submission: Pages should have no identifying marks other than the title and/or page numbers. The application should have all identifying information.

4. DEADLINE:

All completed submissions must be received by 5:00PM, Friday, April 12th.

5. Playwrights or their representatives are responsible for all aspects of their production; costs, casting (non-Equity), rehearsals, props. A list of available set pieces will be provided at pre-Festival meeting. The load-in and load-out will be done by the actors and staff in under 2 minutes so, please, limit your requirements. There will be a meet and greet for authors or representative which is mandatory. Please limit lights and sound cues to maximum of 5 (five) which should include lights up and black out.

6. Selected plays will be asked to contribute a $50 technical fee to assist producers in covering the cost of staffing and programs. (The Players’ Theatre will provide production stage manager (lighting/sound technician), house manager, box office personnel and media.) Lights will be a general wash.
 There is no storage space for props or costumes so limit them to what you can carry back and forth. Festival staff will provide each accepted production with one half-hour tech time. Each production will tech the Sunday before performance week and all cast members are required to be there.

7. There is a piano in the theatre. Any additional music requirements must be approved by and are at the discretion of the Festival staff. We have limited space and prefer that it is used for audience.

8. Festival staff will contact accepted play/musical authors and a list will be available on our website after April 19th.

9. There will be a mandatory meeting set for participants to provide information and answer questions. Rehearsal space will be available at a discounted rate for Festival participants.

One large dressing room will be available for all actors.

10. The Producers will schedule an audition for directors/authors to select cast.
(No double casting.)
The Festival will also try to assist any author in securing a director for those who do not have one. Please be aware that the larger your cast, the more difficult it will be for your directorto schedule rehearsals. It is not necessary to use The Festival casting service should your play already be cast.

11. There will be a $100 deposit to cover cancellation or damages. This will be returned at the end of The Festival.

12. Complete contact sheet and program info will be required two weeks in advance of performance date.

13. Audience voting will determine each week’s favorites. Only audience member who have seen all plays will be allowed to vote. Weekly winners will be awarded $100

Applications and more guidelines available at:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/129466268/SPF-Application-Only-In-New-York

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