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Saturday, December 5, 2020

Tablespoon Theatre Company Potluck Festival

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Deadline: December 10, 2020

Our annual Potluck Festival is a chance for your ideas to take to the stage! Each year we select three 20 minute proposals ranging from fully formed scripts to fledgling ideas to be performed in an evening of fun, food and theatre! We want to provide the facilities and support for you to put on a show you might not have otherwise had the chance to produce. It’s also a chance for performers, directors/co-directors, stage managers, photographers and other creatives to get involved in a professional production subject to requirements. There is no theme, we ask only that you bring us your creativity and enthusiasm, we’ll sort out the rest!

To submit a proposal or enquire about any other role, email us throughout the year at tbspsubmissions@gmail.com

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Call for Proposals: McCrae House Backyard Theatre (Guelph Ontario Canada)

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Proposal deadline: Monday, December 16, 2019

Guelph Museums is currently seeking proposals from playwrights, storytellers, and/or musicians to produce a summer theatre production for July 2020.

In 2015, Guelph Museums launched Backyard Theatre at McCrae House with A Night in Flanders, an original one-act play by Don Macrae.  Since then, performances have included Sons of ’17 by Mike Ford, Guelph in Postcards – The McCrae Years 1872-1918 by Jay Wilson, Mary’s Wedding written by Stephen Massicotte and produced by Jay Wilson; and What I Gave, I Have by Catherine Frid.

McCrae House is the birthplace of John McCrae, the doctor, soldier and poet who wrote In Flanders Fields.  Backyard Theatre provides an opportunity for audiences to connect with the legacy of John McCrae in a unique and compelling way.  The intent of this initiative is to attract new and repeat audiences to McCrae House, and to provide memorable visitor experiences.

The show should run 50 to 60 minutes without intermission, and the content should reflect themes consistent with John McCrae’s legacy: military service, medical service, poetry, storytelling, adventure, family, 19th century Guelph. The show need not be a literal telling of McCrae’s story, but it does need to have a significant amount of McCrae-specific content and it needs to be factually-based and accurate.

Guelph Museums reserves the right to review, suggest edits, and approve the final script.

The performances open Wednesday, July 8 and run Wednesdays through Saturdays until July 18 at 7 p.m. There will be Saturday matinees at 2 p.m. on July 11 and 18. Performances will take place outdoors, in the backyard of McCrae House.  Staging and props need to be simple and portable.

The project budget is $7000 + HST – inclusive of script, production, costumes, props and artist fees.

Guelph Museums will be responsible for stage, seating, sound, marketing, ticket sales, and front of house operations.

Guelph Museums invites applications from qualified writers and producers.

Please submitted proposals to:

Val Harrison, Supervisor, Visitor Experiences
Guelph Museums
52 Norfolk Street
Guelph, ON N1H 4H8

Monday, January 29, 2018

The University of Arizona’s MFA Generative Dramaturgy seeks proposals

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Is erasure “to scrape or rub out; to expunge, efface, obliterate?” What does erasure encompass?
The University of Arizona’s MFA Generative Dramaturgy inaugural cohort invites playwrights to submit proposals for 10-minute play projects responding to the concept, process, or effects of erasure.

Proposals may be a description of a concept, a short summary, or an explanation of your ideas and/or responses to the idea of erasure. We leave the interpretation up to you, but we’ve listed potential topics and material for inspiration.

Selected playwrights will work with graduate dramaturgs over the coming weeks to develop their plays from inceptive idea to complete script.

Proposal Submission Form: https://goo.gl/forms/d1qZfzR9U7yUvHTj2
Proposal Length: 250 words MAX
Deadline: Sunday, February 11, 2018 11:59PM (PST)
Proposals may touch on, but are NOT limited to these topics:

  • - Racial/Ethnic Erasure
  • - Heritage Erasure
  • - Erasure of Civilizations
  • - Erasure of Tradition
  • - Erasure of Indigenous Peoples
  • - Gender Erasure
  • - Sexual Erasure
  • - Political Erasure
  • - Religious Erasure
  • - Physical Erasure
  • - Literary Erasure
  • - Scientific Erasure
  • - The Right to Erasure
  • - Self-erasure
  • - Aesthetic Erasure
  • - Familial Erasure
  • - Generational Erasure
  • - Environmental Erasure
  • - AND MORE (whatever kind of ‘erasure’ interests you)

For questions regarding this proposal, email the MFA Cohort at uaimaginarytheatre@gmail.com

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