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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Universal Theatre 2012 seeks 10-minute plays

Submissions are now being accepted for the 5th annual Universal Theatre at the historic Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse in Provincetown MA.

Seeking 10 minute plays (no more than 10 pp), preferably with no more than 3 characters. Also seeking monologues (no more than 4pp).

No more than 2 submissions per playwright.

Please do not re-submit plays already submitted. Please no SASE. Please no binders, covers, boxes, bells & bows, etc. Simply use a staple or paper clip to contain scripts.

As it is wonderful to hear all about you, please no press or bios… the work will speak for itself.

Deadline: Nov. 15th

Sorry, no email submissions.

Snailmail to:

Universal Theatre
PO Box 1818
Provincetown, MA. 02657

Saturday, November 5, 2011

The 2012 National Music Theater Conference has begun accepting scripts

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The 2012 National Music Theater Conference has begun accepting scripts through our Open Submission Process from November 1st, 2011 through December 1st, 2011.

If you are new to The O’Neill and the National Music Theater Conference, please take the opportunity to learn more about us.

Below is all the information you will need to prepare.


APPLICATION (Word) APPLICATION (PDF) (see web site for links)

If you are unable to open the link, please contact us or send an SASE to:
National Music Theater Conference
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center
305 Great Neck Road
Waterford, CT 06385
Attn: NMTC Application Request

Thank you for your interest!

Please feel free to contact the literary office with any questions or concerns throughout the process. We devote much of our year to this process and are always happy to speak with applicants.

Reach us by phone at 860.443.5378 ext. 227 and by email litoffice@theoneill.org.

Echo Theatre Company submission guidelines

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Echo Theatre Company accepts query letters with sample dialogue pages for plays year-round. We are looking for full-length plays, translations, adaptations, musicals and solo pieces. Echo seeks evocative works that confront, challenge, and entertain our audiences and artists. Strong storytelling, intelligent emotion and savage humor are especially encouraged. Please see our About Us and Past Productions pages for more information about our theatre. In addition, we ask that plays be typed in standard playwriting format, with character names centered and stage directions italicized. If you would like the script sent back once it is evaluated, please include a self-addressed/stamped envelope. Response time varies from three to six months.

Send queries to:
Literary Manager
Echo Theatre Company
4659 Wilcox Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63116
Or contact echotheatre@aol.com.

Unicorn Theatre Play submission guidelines

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Unicorn Theatre accepts scripts on an on-going, year-round basis, which allows us an opportunity to search for, develop and produce new plays that meet the overall criteria of the Unicorn Theatre and the specific needs of a regular season. Please send the manuscript (Attention: Literary Department) with the following information, even if you have already sent the same information with your initial inquiry:

A cover letter
A brief bio / resume
A short synopsis of the play
A complete, descriptive character breakdown
A SAPC if you want us to acknowledge receipt of the script

***AS A RESULT OF CHANGES TO REGULATIONS OF THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE, WE NO LONGER RETURN SCRIPTS***

In general, we look for non-musical, issue-oriented, thought-provoking plays set in contemporary times (post 1950s). We stipulate a cast limit of ten actors. You must note any double-casting in the character breakdown. Scripts must be in an easy-to-read format and firmly bound. All plays submitted must be original, unpublished scripts, which have not had a professional production.

Response time, depending on the number of scripts we receive, may vary from six to twelve months.

All scripts submitted for consideration will be handled with care: however, the Unicorn Theatre does not accept responsibility for lost or damaged manuscripts.

Questions? Email the literary department at literary@unicorntheatre.org

Mixed Blood submission guidelines

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Mixed Blood welcomes submissions of contemporary plays that pursue and realize the company’s mission and aesthetic. Mixed Blood uses theatre to address pluralism, usually manifest in race, culture, language, disability, gender, nationality, affectional orientation, and political worldview. Predictably unpredictable, the theatre particularly invites polyglot plays, scripts from the global stage, and work that advances the art form.

We prefer e-submissions. If you think you play might be a good fit for us, please send a query letter, your bio or resume, a brief synopsis, and a 10-page sample of your play to the Mixed Blood Literary Manager - literary at mixedblood.com

This Woman' Work Theatre company submission guidelines

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TWWTC is currently accepting synopses and character breakdowns for long one-act (45 minutes plus) or full-length plays with contemporary or period storylines. We are especially interested in pieces featuring strong roles for women in the 20-60 age range, however, there are no restrictions on number of characters or subject matter and casts need not be all-female. All themes are welcome, however we will not accept Musicals or Children's Plays. Please include a cover letter or email with your contact information and be sure to indicate whether you are submitting to TWWTC or NBT.

If you have any questions or are in need of further information, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or by phone at: (212) 502-8630

December Play of the Month

10-Minute Play of the Month: DECEMBER 2011

The theme for December is "Winter Holidays" - your play can be about any winter holiday - Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Solstice, New Years, Yule, Festivus, etc. but the play must incorporate the theme in some meaningful way.

Deadline: Sunday, December 4, 2011, 11:59 PM

1. Send only one ten-minute play per author to info@nycplaywrights.org

2. The script submission should be sent by email, with the play itself as a file attached to the email. File format should be in either Microsoft Word (.doc) or pdf.

3. The script can be no longer than 10 pages (not including title page, setting info page, etc. - pages will be counted only from where the actual on-stage directions and dialog begin.)

4. The script should be in standard playscript format. If you are not sure what that is, see this page on the NYCPlaywrights web site:

http://nycp.blogspot.com/p/playscript-formatting-template.html

Plays that are not in standard format, or that have more than 10 pages (not counting title page, etc.) will be rejected immediately.

5. Make sure you have your name and your email address on the title page of the script.

6. Plays can be from anybody, anywhere in the world, but must be primarily in English (a few non-English phrases are acceptable, but the phrases must include English translations in production notes or stage directions.)

7. There is no fee for submission - and no payment given for the plays selected. Do not send a submission if you are expecting monetary compensation.

8. The NYCPlaywrights selection decision is final and NYCPlaywrights reserves the right to select no plays from those submitted.

9. The play must have been written by the person making the submission.

10. The play can have had a previous production but cannot have been published.

11. All rights will remain with the playwright.

12. The selected play will be videotaped as a reading during an NYCPlaywrights meeting and posted shortly after, during the month of December.

13. The video recording of the play reading will be posted to the NYCPlaywrights YouTube account and from there embedded into the NYCPlaywrights blog. The embedded section may be an excerpt of the play reading rather than the entire reading. The playwright will be asked to review the video recording and approve it before it is made
public.

14. The play must reflect the month's theme in some meaningful way.

15. The readings that are recorded are actual script-in-hand readings, not productions. To get an idea of what to expect for the video recording see the page on the NYCPlaywrights web site with samples of past readings of Plays of the Month: http://nycp.blogspot.com/p/play-of-month.html

Any questions email Nancy at info@nycplaywrights.org

Friday, November 4, 2011

Lakeshore Players' 8th Annual Ten-Minute Playwrighting Contest

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Plays will be accepted through November 15, 2011.
Lakeshore Players Theatre is accepting submissions for 10-minute plays with the winners to be performed at our 8th Annual Festival June 7-10, 2012.

HIGH SCHOOL PLAYWRIGHTS
High School-aged playwrights are encouraged to enter. High school playwrights must have a letter from a teacher or school administrator, written on school letterhead, verifying that the play was written during high school, in addition to the guidelines below. If the committee chooses to name a high school entry as a winner for the 8th annual contest, the winning play will be produced with our other winners in our festival in June 2012.

ALL PLAYWRIGHTS: Please read the following guidelines carefully, plays not meeting the the rules will be disqualified and may not be read.

The play must run ten-minutes or less.
The play must have 5 or fewer characters.
You may submit only one play, so send us your best!
The play should be in a "play format" making it easy for the readers. (We like 12-point, easy to read fonts, such as Times New Roman or Ariel)

The play must be unpublished at the time of submission to our contest.

The play must un-produced at the time of submission to our contest. Staged readings are not counted as "produced."

Submitting your play to our contest grants Lakeshore Players the right to produce your play in our annual festival and photograph and/or videotape it for archival purposes if it is chosen as a winner.

Additional Guidelines


The play must have simple technical requirements There won't be a set — a few furniture pieces and a few props only — we only have about one minute in between plays to change scenes.

As a community theatre, we want to appeal to the largest possible audience, so plays with excessive offensive language will be accepted, but are less likely to be selected - so please keep that in consideration.

NEW THIS YEAR! Two ways to submit: Email or Mail
Your play must be received no later than November 15, 2011 to be eligible. Only plays submitted exactly as outlined below will be accepted.

EMAIL TWO PDFs:

Send one copy of the play with ALL contact information: play title, your name, your address, phone number and email address

Send ANOTHER copy of play for the judges with NO contact information - just the title and the play.

Email Instructions--Subject line: PLAY SUBMISSION. Include your complete contact informtion in the body of the email. Please include the title of your play in the file name. For example:

My Great Play-Blind.pdf

My Great Play.pdf

Email both plays to: office@lakeshoreplayers.com

MAIL TWO COPIES. Don't know how to PDF? No problem.


Send one copy of the play with ALL contact information play title, your name, address, phone number and email address

Include ANOTHER copy of play for the judges with NO contact information - just the title and the play.

Mail to:
Lakeshore Players 10-Minute Play Committee
4820 Stewart Ave.
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

Plays will not be returned to you.

If you would like confirmation that we have received your script, please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard with your script.

Winners
Plays chosen for production in our festival will receive $10 per Lakeshore performance of the play, a copy of the program from the festival, and a photo CD of the play within 90 days of the festival weekend.

Semi-finalists for the Festival will be announced in January 2012
Finalists will be announced in March 2012
Winners will be announced in April 2012

Any questions? E-mail Lakeshore Players: office@lakeshoreplayers.com

Second Biennial FVCC Original 10-Min Play Festival

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Performance Dates: May 4-5th
Submission Deadline: Dec. 15th

· We are requesting submissions of 10 min (max time) original, unpublished plays.
· Previously performed plays will be accepted.
· NO SUBMISSION or READING FEES!
· All submissions should be "Blind Submissions"; please submit play with an email address, phone number, and a cover sheet WITHOUT your name.
· No more than two (2) submissions per individual; no collaborations or adaptations please!
· Successful short plays are not scenes but, instead, are complete works with fully developed characters and plot.
· Successful short plays typically do not rely on major scenic elements and are easily adapted into a variety of theatre spaces.
· Plays will be screened and selected by a committee of three FVCC faculty.
· The number of plays produced will depend on enrollment of the spring 2012 Directing class.

Prize Money:

All plays selected for production will receive $75.
Send submissions in PDF or MS Word format to rhaptonstall@fvcc.edu or mail to:

10 Min. Plays

C/O Rich Haptonstall
Flathead Valley Community College
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell, MT 59901

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Deadline coming up: November Play of the Month

10-Minute Play of the Month: NOVEMBER 2011

The theme for November is Native Americans.

Deadline: Sunday, November 6, 2011, 11:59 PM

1. Send only one ten-minute play per author to info@nycplaywrights.org

2. The script submission should be sent by email, with the play itself as a file attached to the email. File format should be in either Microsoft Word (.doc) or pdf.

3. The script can be no longer than 10 pages (not including title page, setting info page, etc. - pages will be counted only from where the actual on-stage directions and dialog begin.)

4. The script should be in standard playscript format. If you are not sure what that is, see this page on the NYCPlaywrights web site:

http://nycp.blogspot.com/p/playscript-formatting-template.html

Plays that are not in standard format, or that have more than 10 pages (not counting title page, etc.) will be rejected immediately.

5. Make sure you have your name and your email address on the title page of the script.

6. Plays can be from anybody, anywhere in the world, but must be primarily in English (a few non-English phrases are acceptable, but the phrases must include English translations in production notes or stage directions.)

7. There is no fee for submission - and no payment given for the plays selected. Do not send a submission if you are expecting monetary compensation.

8. The NYCPlaywrights selection decision is final and NYCPlaywrights reserves the right to select no plays from those submitted.

9. The play must have been written by the person making the submission.

10. The play can have had a previous production but cannot have been published.

11. All rights will remain with the playwright.

12. The selected play will be videotaped as a reading during an NYCPlaywrights meeting and posted shortly after, during the month of November.

13. The video recording of the play reading will be posted to the NYCPlaywrights YouTube account and from there embedded into the NYCPlaywrights blog. The embedded section may be an excerpt of the play reading rather than the entire reading. The playwright will be asked to review the video recording and approve it before it is made
public.

14. The play must reflect the month's theme in some meaningful way.

15. The readings that are recorded are actual script-in-hand readings, not productions. To get an idea of what to expect for the final product see the page on the NYCPlaywrights web site with samples of past readings of Plays of the Month: http://nycp.blogspot.com/p/play-of-month.html

Any questions email Nancy at info@nycplaywrights.org

Frogs With Fangs seeking sketches

Frogs With Fangs, a new sketch comedy troupe in Columbus OH is seeking sketches to include in their monthly evening of comedy. Seeking 1 - 7 minute sketches, monologues, and songs, also interested in ongoing theme sketches that can be produced each month.

We are also still accepting sketch submissions for our ongoing shows occurring every few months. If you have submitted to us already, we have your submissions actively under consideration and will respond when we would like to include the sketch. There is no deadline for the ongoing submission.

Please email sketches to frogswithfangs@gmail.com

Monday, October 31, 2011

SUBMIT A PLAY TO LARK'S OPEN ACCESS PROGRAM

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The Lark is committed to providing access to all playwrights, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, experience, or agent representation. The Open Access Program encourages the development of new voices for the theater by seeking plays that reflect diverse and vital perspectives.

A volunteer committee of readers known as the Literary Wing carefully reviews and evaluates submitted work according to the Lark support criteria. The plays that receive strong recommendations and generate enthusiasm during this process advance to a final committee that ultimately selects a slate Writers chosen for Playwrights' Week are provided with creative teams including a director, professional actors, and a resource person for ten hours of rehearsal time to address specific development goals, culminating in an informal presentation in order to share their work with an audience.

This annual program serves as the Lark's central entry point for new play submissions.

*Given that one of the primary goals of our Open Access program is to increase the number of writers we serve, alumni who have previously presented work in a Barebones, Studio Retreat, Public Reading or Playwrights' Workshop are not eligible to submit. (Writers who have ha Roundtables or participated in Playwrights' Week can apply.)
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING E-SUBMISSIONS!

deadline: November 30, 2011

(11:59pm or postmark)

Word or PDF (preferred) files only.
Emailed submissions are strongly encouraged. Please EMAIL your script and completed application as two separate attachments to: Submissions@larktheatre.org

Please note that all applications should be typed.

2012 APPLICATION FORM
**Please note, you must have Microsoft Word to open this file
(If you have problems downloading the form contact submissions@larktheatre.org)

If you prefer to send via snailmail, mail completed submission materials to:
Lark Play Development Center
c/o Playwrights' Week Submissions 2012
311 West 43rd Street, Suite 406
New York, NY 10036

If you have any questions or would like more information please email: submissions@larktheatre.org.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

10 Things I Hate About Anonymous

I should be happy that Anonymous turned out to be such a laughably incoherent botch of a film. One that should make the purveyors of the pernicious Shakespeare “authorship” conspiracy theory hide their heads in shame.

But, alas, they won’t. They have no shame. The conspiracy theorists who waste time trying to browbeat the credulous into thinking that the works of William Shakespeare were actually ghostwritten by Someone Else (in Anonymous, it’s the Earl of Oxford) can’t stop. They have invested too much of their lives in the chuckleheaded fantasy to give it up now, despite how ridiculous the film reveals it to be.

It’s kind of sad. They were all atwitter, the “Oxfordians,” when they when they heard that Roland Emmerich would be making this film. Emmerich, of course, is the auteur who brought us that super-distinguished film based on an equally bogus theory, 2012. “Ooh, Hollywood is paying attention to us!” the poor Oxfordians exulted.

Indeed, the Oxfordians are so excited about their turn on the big screen that I recently have been bombarded with email missives from an Oxfordian who, just by happenstance, is also editor of Fluoride Journal. (Remember the fear that the commies were poisoning our “precious bodily fluids” with fluoride? Birds of a feather.)

Believe me, I didn’t want to see the movie, or write about it. My position has always been that what matters is what Shakespeare wrote, not who he was. That life is short and you essentially have a choice between immersing yourself in the dizzying astonishments of his language or spending that precious time spinning idiot conspiracy theories about who wrote those words. I tried to avoid the subject entirely in my book The Shakespeare Wars, which was about genuine controversies regarding the way to read and play the plays. I didn’t want to dignify the film with any coverage or comment.

Read the entire article in Slate

October 2011 Play of the Month: KNUCKLEHEADS by James McLindon



The October 2011 Play of the Month is KNUCKLEHEADS by James McLindon. Performed by Diane Quinn and Doug Rossi. Thanks to everybody for your great work and sharing your talent.

James discusses the genesis of the play:
I had long wanted to write a contemporary play involving an Irish fairy -- not the Disney variety, but the deeply frightening ones that country people deeply believed in, in some cases until well into the last century. Simultaneously, I read a number of stories about the strains that our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were putting on single-parent households, and specifically about the psychic damage done to a child whose only parent was in harm's way. From these two strands, Knuckleheads was born. I have since expanded it into a full-length play entitled, Comes a Faery, which was developed at the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference.

more about James and the cast here.

The next Play of the Month will be in November 2011. Deadline is November 6. More information here.

Chatterton Short Play Lab for December

Dear Friend in the Theatre,

We are looking for a few more scripts for the Dec. 17 - 18 Short Play Lab. New participants are welcome! The rules are easy-peasy:
Deadline is Dec. 3. Notification will be immediately after submission, if not sooner. The sooner you get your script in, the more time you have to prepare. Get that script in pronto!
Plays should be 1 - 10 pp. in standard playscript format.* (The shorter the better; shorter plays get priority.) Include a title page, as the first page of the script, with contact info.
Submit scripts in MS-Word.
You produce the play; the SPL provides the theatre (at the Roy Arias Studios, 300 West 43rd Street, NYC).
Productions must be non-union: no showcases please! (And no Equity waivers, either.)
Keep production values to a minimum: costumes and hand props are okay. We provide rehearsal cubes, chairs, and a table or two.
We provide a board op, box office, and venue management.
There are no fees. The SPL keeps the door.
Tickets are $20. Each playwright and director gets to watch his/her show for free. There are no other comps.
There will be a tech rehearsal, on the afternoon of Dec. 17. Plays get a maximum of either 15 mins of tech (1 - 5 pp.) or 30 mins. of tech (6 - 10 pp.).
Every play gets 2 performances, 1 on Sat. and 1 on Sun. Each play will be part of 1 of 2 programs: Program A or Program B, but not both. Program A takes place at 7 pm Sat. and 4 pm Sun. Program B takes place at 9 pm Sat. and 2 pm Sun.
We don't do staged readings. Be off-book, please! Plays not off-book during tech will be removed from the line-up.
THE MOST POPULAR PRODUCTION IN EACH PROGRAM RECEIVES A CASH PRIZE OF $100. Winners are determined by polling patrons at the box office.
*12 pt Times Roman; character names in the middle on their own line; line spaces between speeches and between speeches and stage directions; indented stage directions.
The SPL is a lot of fun and a good way to see your work on its feet in a supportive environment. It's also a great way to see actors and directors at work, so you can recruit people for later productions.
To submit a script, send it as an attachment to john.chatterton@gmail.com. Any questions, don't hesitate to shoot me an E-mail!
Thanks,
John Chatterton
Executive producer, Short Play Lab

Saturday, October 29, 2011

StageQ Call for Plays - Queer Shorts 7

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StageQinvites you to submit a short play for our seventh annual festival of short queer plays, Queer Shorts 7.

Plays should be no longer than 15 minutes in length

Deadline: December 15, 2011.

Please include a one-page précis, including:

· One-paragraph description of the plot
· Casting requirements (number of actors, gender, ages, special requirements, if any)
· Set requirements (remember, this is a playfest with 10 - 12 plays in one evening; simple is better!)
· Running time (no more than 15 minutes!)
· Special technical requirements, if any
· Who is the intended audience?
· Is there lesbian, gay or other queer content?
· Is there nudity? Adult language?
· If a musical, is there a written score?
· If a musical, what are the instrumental requirements? Vocal requirements?

Please send us no more than 3 scripts. And please don't re-submit scripts that you have sent us in the past.

You can e mail your script and précis to QueerShorts@stageq.com.

We have a strong preference for receiving scripts electronically.

But if that's not possible for you, send via snail mail to:
Queer Shorts c/o StageQ
113 E Mifflin Street
Madison, WI. 53703

We're serious about the 15 minute time limit. 5 or 10 minutes would be even better. We'd love to have a musical in the fest! And call us language snobs, but synopses and scripts full of typos, spelling, grammatical and syntactical errors are not going to knock our socks off. We read almost 300 scripts for Queer Shorts each year and accept 10 or 11, so make yours easy for us to love.

We acknowledge all scripts received, so if you don't hear back from us within a couple of weeks, we didn't receive your submission. We'll also let you know by early April, 2011 whether or not we selected your script, but please don't start bugging us about it on April 1st. Queer Shorts 7 will be performed May 31 - June 9, 2012 at the Bartell Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Mondays Dark Theatre Company seeks plays

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Mondays Dark Theatre Company, a new Not-for-Profit theatre company in New York City, is seeking play submissions of new works to fully produce in its upcoming seasons.

Mondays Dark is interested in the development and cultivation of new works, so submissions are welcome in any stage of completion.

Please Email submissions in pdf format to mondaysdark@gmail.com. Include with submission a cover letter that includes a brief synopsis of the piece as well as any history of the production.

Musical submissions are also welcome.

7 Reasons Why Theatre Makes Our Lives Better

...First, theatre does no harm. Theatre is one of those human activities that doesn't really hurt anyone or anything (except for its carbon footprint -- but let's ignore that for now). While we're engaged in making or attending theatre, or any of the arts for that matter, we are not engaged in war, persecution, crime, wife-beating, drinking, pornography, or any of the social or personal vices we could be engaged in instead. For this reason alone, the more time and energy we as a society devote to theatre and the arts, the better off we will be...

More at Theatre Washington - thanks to Liz Kimberlin for sending.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Impact Theatre submission info

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Impact Theatre is always seeking new scripts! If your script is full-length, unpublished, and has not yet been produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, it’s eligible for consideration for our season.

Impact Theatre now only accepts scripts via email. Please email a word .doc or a .pdf to melissa at impacttheatre dot com.

Impact Theatre absolutely, positively does not discriminate based upon gender, race, sexuality, age, height, or anything else.

The Cutting Ball seeks experimental plays

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The Cutting Ball Theater will be accepting submissions of new experimental plays from October 1 through November 30, 2011 for consideration for the 2013 RISK IS THIS Festival and possible future productions. We are eager to support the work of established and emerging writers who explore bold, challenging new forms in their writing.

Please read the following submission guidelines carefully before submitting your work.

1. In order to effectively manage the volume of submissions, scripts will only be accepted between October 1 and November 30, 2011.

2. All scripts considered for RISK IS THIS must be experimental plays – plays that employ unconventional, dynamic and imaginative language, structure, and staging. We encourage authors to look at Cutting Ball’s past productions and plays selected in previous RISK IS THIS festivals, or, better yet, to come see a Cutting Ball production to learn more. (see website for more information)

3. All scripts considered for RISK IS THIS may not have received a professional production with AEA actors. Workshops, readings and non-professional productions are ok.

4. All submissions must be sent electronically to Cutting Ball’s literary office, at literary@cuttingball.com The subject line in the email should read “Writer’s full name – 2013 Submission” (e.g. August Strindberg – 2013 submission). Submissions should be attached to the email as a Word Document (.doc or .docx) or PDF. No hard copies will be accepted.

5. All submissions must be in a single document, with page numbers and the author’s name and email on each page. All submissions must include the following elements, in this order:

•A title page, with the script title, the author’s name and contact information.
•A one-page synopsis of the play, with a list of characters and other special requirements.
•A production and developmental history of the play (including readings, workshops, and non-professional productions)
•The script itself, in standard script format.
•A one page resume or bio of the writer (optional)
6. All authors will receive acknowledgment of receipt of submission. Notifications about selections for the festival will be sent in the early spring of 2012.

7. Questions about the submissions process should be directed to Cutting Ball’s Literary Manager, Bennett Fisher, at literary@cuttingball.com

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