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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Coe College Playwriting Festival - US citizenship required

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Scripts will be accepted between October 1 and November 1. 

Notification by January 10.

We seek a new, full-length, original, unproduced and unpublished play in its final stages of development that would benefit from a week-long workshop at Coe. No musicals, adaptations, translations or collaborations will be considered.

This is an excellent development opportunity for emerging, professional playwrights. Spend a week in residence workshopping your play with a professional director, faculty, students and community theatre artists.

  • For the playwright: We want to provide you resources, time and space with which to develop and experiment with your work. In addition to helping you take your play to the next level, we also will give you some teaching experiences, as you will conduct master classes with our students. Finally, you'll have some networking opportunities to learn about and connect with theatre professionals in eastern Iowa.
  •  For our students: This is an opportunity for our students to meet and interact with a working playwright, and to observe how plays evolve. Our students will be involved with the workshop either directly as participants, or indirectly as observers.
  • One new play will be selected for a week-long rehearsal and workshop that will culminate in a public staged reading by students, faculty members, or individuals from the community. The winning playwright will receive an award of $500 plus travel, room and board for a week-long residency at Coe.

Any playwright with U.S. citizenship is encouraged to submit plays for consideration. Only one entry per playwright, please. To submit, please send the following:

    One clean, bound script
    A resume
    The play's development history
    A statement of development goals for your play (one page)

Susan Wolverton, Chair, Dept. of Theatre Arts
Coe College
1220 First Avenue NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

Monday, October 8, 2012

Unity Stage Company is seeking short, unsentimental, comic plays about Christmas

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Unity Stage Company is seeking short, unsentimental, comic plays about Christmas.

Must be unpublished.

Running Time: 1 minute to 12 minutes.

2nd Annual Figgy Pudding Short Play Fest will have four performances in Sunnyside, NY at 8pm November 29, November 30, December 1, December 2, 2012.

Professional directors and actors will bring your play to hilarious life.  Will be reviewed.

Submission Deadline: Monday October 29, 2012.
E-mail submissions to unitystagecompany@gmail.com

Include ALL contact info on ALL documents, including Title page.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Call for Ten-Minute Plays

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Longwood University is pleased to announce its 7th Annual 0 to 60: Longwood Ten-Minute Play Festival. 
Open to any theme, style and approach, playwrights are invited to submit a maximum of one (1) script.
(NOTE: Anyone affiliated with Longwood University--students, former students, employees and their families--are ineligible for this competition.)
  • Scripts should run no longer than ten minutes.
  • Stapled copies are fine.
  • Set and technical requirements should be minimal.
  • Each script must include author-contact information on its cover page.
There is no fee to enter.
Winners will be notified by e-mail and then posted on brierycreekpress.org on or before December 15, 2012. Plays will be produced in late April.
Please send plays (hard copies only) to the following address
(Postmarked) between September 15 and October 15:
0 to 60: Longwood Ten-Minute Play Festival
English Department
Longwood University
201 High Street
Farmville, VA 23909
If you have any questions please email Andrew Baker, Administrative Director, at: anbaker86@gmail.com

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Streep Donates $1 Million for Public Theater Renovation

At a reception on Thursday night to mark the completion of the Public Theater’s $40 million renovation of its Astor Place home, the theater was scheduled to announce another reason to celebrate: the actress Meryl Streep has donated $1 million to be put toward the cost of the reconfiguration.

“I give this gift, “ Ms. Streep said in a statement, “in honor of the founder of the Public Theater, my friend and mentor Joseph Papp, and in remembrance of one of the theater’s Board members and greatest supporters, my friend Nora Ephron.” (Papp died in 1991; Ephron died in June.)

More at the NYTimes

Wednesday, October 3, 2012


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Curtain Call is proud to announce the return of the American Harmony Prize, an annual award that celebrates diverse new works of musical theater. The goal of the American Harmony Prize is to showcase new musicals that explore our country’s many ethnic, religious and gender identifications The sixth annual American Harmony Prize will showcase a new musical that dramatizes an aspect of the experience of Irish Americans.
Irish Americans have been a part of the American Musical Theatre since the legendary George M. Cohan basically invented the modern musical comedy at the turn of the last century. We’ve got John O’Hara to thank for dreaming up the first musical theater antihero -- Pal Joey – and the folks behind Finian’s Rainbow for giving the Broadway musical satirical bite! With the Celtic sounds of the Tony winning Once and Off-Broadway’s charming revival of New Girl in Town beguiling midtown Manhattan, we thought the time was right to showcase the work of other writers that are dramatizing the Irish American experience!
In addition to a cash award of $500 prize, provided by the Stamford Gives Back Association, a 60-minute concert reading of highlights from the winning musical will be performed in Curtain Call’s Kweskin Theater on February 18, 2013 at 7:30 pm.

In order to qualify for consideration, a musical cannot have been professionally produced (Equity Dinner, LORT, Production, Special Production, SPT, Stock, etc. . . ) or published. All other forms of developmental performance, including readings, concerts, workshops. festivals and non-professional productions, will not disqualify you – and are, in fact, encouraged!

Submissions will be accepted via mail from Monday, September 17, 2012 until Saturday, October 13, 2012. Submissions postmarked after Saturday, October 13, 2012, will ineligible for consideration. We are not able to receive electronic submissions at this time. Your submission should include:
1. A plot synopsis of 800 words or fewer (or roughly two pages).
2. 10 continuous pages of the libretto (with all dialogue, lyrics and stage directions included).
3. A cd that demonstrates as much of the musical’s score as has been recorded to date.
(It needn’t be of studio quality.)
4. One sample of the sheet music for a song from the show’s piano / vocal score.
5. A self-addressed, stamped envelope if you wish to have your materials returned.
(If not, they will be recycled after the judging.)
Note: there is no submission / reading fee.

Submissions should be mailed to:
Curtain Call, Inc.
1349 Newfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06905
Attn. American Harmony Prize
Short-listed applicants will be asked to submit additional materials after Friday, November 16, 2012. Additional materials postmarked after Saturday, November 24, 2012, will ineligible for final consideration. The winner of the 2012 American Harmony Prize will be announced mid-January, 2013, at www.CurtainCallinc.com.

Tiny Theater 2012: Open Call for Applications

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The Brick Theater, Inc. Announces Tiny Theater 2012: Open Call for Applications

A tiny performance festival six feet long.

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. Or else. Originated in 2006 at The Ontological-Hysteric.

Deadline: October 10, 2012.

To apply, visit the brick website: www.bricktheater.com/applications

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Women in Theatre series - Paula Vogel interview

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Accepting Political Play Submissions for Raucous Caucus III

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NOTE: there was originally a submission fee required of playwrights located out of Minnesota, but Box Wine Theatre has since changed that policy and now there is no fee for anyone. But some documents still posted online might indicate there is a submission fee. Please ignore those documents - there is no submisison fee.

Box Wine Theatre is accepting script submissions for Raucous Caucus III, Box Wine Theatre's annual 10-minute political play festival. We're looking for scripts that encompass all sides of the political spectrum. Whether you think of yourself as Democrat, Republican, Tea Party, Occupier, or other, Box Wine Theatre wants to hear your voice. This festival is meant to encourage dialogue between opposing views in hopes of letting different political and social beliefs be heard.

In an effort to have as many individual voices involved as possible, playwrights will not have the option of directing their own pieces. We strongly believe in the collaborative process between the playwright and director, so all playwrights and directors will receive each other's contact information and we strongly encourage working together.

Performances will be at Bryant Lake Bowl in January, 2013 with exact dates TBD. Tentative show days are Thursdays with some possible late night Fridays and Saturdays.

Playwrights:- Script submissions will be due no later than 10:00 pm, Wednesday, October 17th.
- Playwrights may submit a maximum of two plays.
- There are no restrictions to the scripts’ subject matter as long as the play gives political/social commentary.

-Scripts should be no longer than 12 pages. (Keep in mind, 1 page of dialogue usually equals 1 minute of stage time.) Plays should not exceed 10 minutes.

-There will be two rounds in the script selection process: The 1st round will be headed by company members of Box Wine Theatre. The 2nd round will be based on choices of the directors. Playwrights will be notified of the final outcome of the selection process by November 8th.
Submit all manuscripts, resumes, and cover letters to artistic director, Bethany Simmons at info@boxwinetheatre.com with "script submission" in the subject line of the email. In the body of the email, please include your name, email address, and phone number.

**PDF or Microsoft Word documents preferred, please. **

Urban Stages (NYC) is looking for Local Submissions

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We at Urban Stages, accept plays year-round and from all over the world through our Emerging Playwright Award Submissions.

However, we would like to encourage more playwrights residing in the New York City (or playwrights who can easily commute to NYC) to submit full-length plays. We hold staged readings and workshops of the plays we pick and it is important to have the playwright present throughout this development process. All plays we pick for staged readings are considered for full productions.

Rules to submit:

All Plays must include a biography and/or author's history of the play, character breakdown, and brief description or synopsis of the play.

All Plays may have been developed elsewhere, but never produced in New York City. There is no limit to submission. Subject matter and character variations are open.****However, we pay special attention to plays focused on social, racial and/or cultural issues. *

All submissions must be sent via mail (ABSOLUTELY NO EMAILS!):
Urban Stages
555 Eighth Avenue
RM 1800
New York, NY 10018

Include a SASE (a small one for a response letter or a large one with appropriate postage if you would like us to return your play -- otherwise scripts will be recycled.)

There is no submission fee.

All scripts must be firmly bound. No changes or revisions accepted after submission. No double-sided pages.

It usually takes two to six months for us to read and process your script. We ask that you do not call or email our offices to inquire on the status of your play.

For more info on Urban Stages and what we do, visit www.urbanstages.org

Another lovely testimonial!

Thanks to Ralph Greco, Jr. for sending these kind words about NYCPlaywrights:
I am a professional freelance writer living in the wilds of NJ suburbia, having had a modicum of good fortune seeing some of my one acts produced across the USA... I count much of this fortune from submission opportunities found through NYCPlaywrights.
The business of play-writing is unlike any other in that a play must really 'get up' to find its fullest potential and as the #1 source for me to learn about theatre writing, meet my contemporaries and find places to submit my work NYCPlaywrights has been indispensable to me.
Ralph's play DARK RIDE was the NYCPlaywrights June 2011 Play of the Month selection. And everybody should go see his show PASSENGERS at the Westbeth on October 20.


Continued success with your literary endeavors Ralph!

MadLab Playwrights Roulette

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THEATRE ROULETTE is MadLab’s annual shorts festival.  In its first year, THEATRE ROULETTE began a tradition of an annual shorts festival that has lasted more than 10 years.  The first year was an “invitation-only” festival, from there expanded to taking local submissions to taking submission from across the United States to now, receiving almost 1000 scripts every year from every corner of the world.

To maximize your chance of selection, please read all the guidelines carefully before submitting.

All submissions should be send to andy@madlab.net
Please put “THEATRE ROULETTE SUBMISSION” in the subject line.  If you do have have email, please call 614.221.5418 to set up different arrangements.

Theatre Roulette is a juried festival.

Submissions must arrive no later than November 1st, 2012.  

Submission will be chosen and applicants informed if his/her piece was chosen on January 2nd, 2013.


Scripts should be between 5-45 minutes in length.  Scripts of greater lengths will be considered, but due to time constraints, it is unlikely that unsolicited full-length plays will be selected for the festival, unless you are a Nobel or Pulitzer winning writer, in which case, your script will automatically be accepted for production as long as you waive your standard royalty, which would probably be more than the budget for the entire festival.  If you are not sure whether or not you have won a Nobel or Pulitzer Prize, please find out through the glory of the world wide web and let us know.

You may submit multiple scripts.

Script submissions WILL NOT be returned to the applicant; MadLab will destroy all evidence of your creative instincts upon a funeral pyre at an undisclosed location in order to protect both the innocent and the guilty.  Ashes will NOT be returned to you unless you purchase a commemorative urn from MadLab at the bargain basement price of $999.95.

Due to our environmentally conscious president, you must email your script to us.  If emailing is absolutely impossible for you, please call us at 614.221.5418 so we can make alternate arrangements.
Please send your script attached as a Microsoft Word document or PDF format.  Scripts should be emailed to andy@madlab.net.  Please put “THEATRE ROULETTE SUBMISSION”  in the subject line.  If “THEATRE ROULETTE SUBMISSION” is not in your subject line, your submission may not be received.  All submissions will receive a reply email to ensure that your submission was received.

For ROULETTE, MadLab pays $50 to each playwright or 10% of our box office receipts - whichever is more.  The 10% is split among the 9-11 plays that get selected.

If you’ve made it through all of this, congratulations.  At least you’ve got the potential patience to deal with the travails of theatrical production. If you have any questions, please email them to Managing Director Andy Batt at andy@madlab.net

Thanks for your interest.  Good luck with your submission, and regardless of the outcome here, be sure to keep writing and producing new works.


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HotCity Theatre of St. Louis announces a call for submissions of new full-length plays for the seventh annual GreenHouse New Play Festival, to be held in June of 2013.

Three plays will be selected for the Festival. These plays will receive a week-long (June 16-23) workshop with director, dramaturg and professional actors.  The workshop will culminate in a public reading followed by audience response sessions.   HotCity artistic staff will then select one script for a fully produced world premiere as part of the company’s 2014 mainstage season. 

Eligible submissions must meet the following criteria:
--received after June 1, 2012 and no later than October 1, 2012
--require a maximum of six actors
--running time of between 75 and 120 minutes
--never before published
--never before professionally produced, no pending professional productions
--never before submitted to the HotCity Greenhouse New Play Festival

Submissions must include the following:
1) a half-page synopsis of the play.  This synopsis should focus solely on the plot and events of the play.  It should not include promotional verbiage or thematic content.
2) a half-page description of how the playwright feels that this script would benefit from the workshop/revision process.
3) a brief description of the script’s reading/production history, special casting requirements, and technical information (special or unusual scenic/lighting, costuming, sound or prop requirements)
4) a brief biography of the playwright
5) a complete copy of the script

Please Note:  All requested information must be formatted into a SINGLE ATTACHED WORD DOCUMENT with background information placed at the beginning of the document. Scans or pdfs will not be considered.  

Submissions should be addressed to Chuck Harper and sent via email to: submissions@hotcitytheatre.org.  Approximately 20 plays will be selected as semi-finalists and playwrights will be notified of this selection by December 1, 2012.

To be selected, playwrights must be able to attend the entire festival and workshop week, which begins on the Sunday prior to the festival weekend. All travel and accomodation arrangements are provided by HotCity Theatre.

For further information about HotCity Theatre and the Greenhouse New Play festival please visit www.hotcitytheatre.org

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Culture*Park Theatre & Performing Arts Collaborative presents: Call for Short Plays

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Culture*Park is now accepting submissions of short original plays for the 11th Annual Short Plays Marathon, taking place this year in downtown New Bedford, MA, on Saturday, November 24.  The deadline for submissions to reach Culture*Park is Monday, October 1, 2012. We welcome your play submissions!


Please note the following guidelines for submitting a play to the C*P Marathon 2012: 

>  Plays should have a 15 minute maximum running time (15 pages or fewer)

>  Please submit one copy via email, as a .pdf or doc.

>  Submissions should be in "standard play format"

>  One play submission per playwright, please

>  Include a (separate) cover page with playwright name and contact information

>  Include a brief synopsis of the play, and character breakdown

>  Plays should be recent and never produced

>  No re-submissions, please

>  Please confirm your availability to attend the Marathon on November 24, and participate in a brief panel discussion about the play/process

> Deadline for submission is 10/1/12

> Seeking plays with regional and/or waterythemes (Not required, though. We consider all plays, always!)

>Please email a copy of the play, cover page and synopsis to:

culturepark.ed@earthlink.net with “Marathon Submission” as the subject.

Plays will be read and selected by a committee of theater artists and writers. Selected plays will be posted on the Culture*Park website by Monday, October 8, 2012, and playwrights will be contacted.  The plays will be presented as staged readings by an ensemble of actors and directors on Saturday, November 24, 2012, in the New Bedford Whaling Museum Theater. For more information, please email culturepark.ed@earthlink.net, or call Culture*Park at 774-202-0588. 

Visit the web site at www.culturepark.org for information about Culture*Park, and to view clips from previous Marathons.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

NYCPlaywrights October 2012 Play of the Month

Submissions are now being accepted for the October 2012 Play of the Month.

The theme is "Amendments to the U.S. Constitution." The play must involve an issue addressed by one of the 27 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution in some significant way.

The best-known of the Amendments are the 1st - freedom of speech; the 2nd - the right to bear arms; the 5th - right to due process and against self-incrimination; the 13th - outlawing of slavery;  the 18th - prohibition; and the 19th - women's right to vote.

For all 27 Amendments see the Wikipedia list:

The deadline is Sunday, September 30, 11:59 PM EDT.
  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. Most preferable is .pdf (Portable Document Format) because it will retain your original script formatting.
  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.
  8. The writer of the selected play will be awarded $10.
  9. The NYCPlaywrights selection decision is final and NYCPlaywrights reserves the right to select no plays from those submitted.
  10. The play must have been written by the person making the submission.
  11. A play that has had a production is acceptable.
  12. A play that has been published is not acceptable.
  13. All rights will remain with the playwright.
  14. The selected play will be video recorded and posted during the month of October 2012.
  15. The video recording of the play will be posted to the NYCPlaywrights YouTube account and from there embedded into the NYCPlaywrights blog. The playwright will be asked to review the video recording and approve it before it is made public.
  16. The play must reflect the month's theme in some meaningful way.
  17. The play should be a complete 10-minute play, not an excerpt from a longer work.
NOTE: The play recordings may be anything from a script-in-hand reading to a movie-like production. To get an idea of what the possibilities are for the video recordings of the selected scripts 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 info@nycplaywrights.org

New Harmony 2013 Call for Entries

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Welcome to New Harmony’s script submission section. We are currently accepting submissions of unproduced stage play scripts, musicals, screenplays and teleplays through October 1. 

Our streamlined online process will facilitate your uploading your materials in only a few minutes. 

What is the Project looking for in a script? If you’ve read our mission statement and you’re still not sure your work is right for NHP, you can gain a fuller sense of our aesthetic and philosophical interests by perusing our roster of writers and scripts that have recently found an artistic home at our conference. New Harmony recognizes that we live in complex times, and we seek stories that honor a multiplicity of perspectives.

If you are new to the Project, click here to create an account or, if you already have an account with us, click here to begin the submission process.
We announce 2013’s participating artists in March. Meanwhile, thank you for your submission; we look forward to reading your writing.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Source Festival seeks 10-Minute Plays

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Each year, Source Festival produces 18 new 10-Minute Plays. Scripts are staged by a wide cross section Washington theatre directors, from early career to seasoned veterans. The 18 selected playwrights receive a $100 stipend and 5 performances of their play in Source’s 100-seat black box theatre in DC’s buzzing Mid-City District. The Source Festival is driven by creativity, collaboration and invention. The most successful scripts tell an original story in a fresh distinctive voice.

Other requirements are as follows:
  • Plays may not have been previously produced or published prior to October 2, 2012.
  • Playwrights may submit only one 10-Minute Play
  • Plays may be no longer than 10 pages and must be submitted as a PDF.
  • Playwrights must be based in the United States. We are not currently accepting international submissions.
Submit your ten minute play here.

(Scripts must be submitted as a PDF file. If you’re unsure how to convert your document to PDF file, this website may be of assistance)

All submissions must be submitted online by 5 PM, EST, October 2, 2012

Theatre Three Festival of One-Act Plays

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Now accepting submissions for the 16th Annual Festival of One-Act Plays to be held during March 2013.

Submission Guidelines:
  •     Only UNPRODUCED works will be accepted.
  •     Plays that have had staged readings are eligible.
  •     No adaptations, musicals, or children’s plays.
  •     Cast size maximum:  8
  •     Length:  40-minutes maximum.  No minimum.
  •     Settings should be simple or suggested.
  •     Playwrights may make multiple submissions. (These need not be made under separate cover.)
  •     Please do not submit works that have been previously submitted.
  •     Scripts must be post-marked by September 30, 2012.
Please submit a cover letter, a synopsis, and a resume along with one copy of the play.  Cover-sheet of play should have title, author, author’s address, author’s telephone number, and author’s e-mail.  Plays should be neatly bound or stapled on the left hand corner.  (No loose pages and no binders, please.)  All submissions must include a standard SASE for correspondence.  Or, if playwrights wish to have their works returned, an appropriate SASE must also be included.

Selected plays will be presented for ten performances.  Playwrights will receive a small stipend.

 Plays should be submitted to The 16th Annual Festival of One-Act Plays, Attn. Jeffrey Sanzel, Artistic Director, THEATRE THREE, PO Box 512, Port Jefferson, NY  11777-0512.  We do no accept electronic (e-mail) submissions).  Please do not call or stop by the theatre.

    Final selection of plays will be in late 2012.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Ten Minute Play Workshop project is seeking writers and actors

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The Ten Minute Play Workshop project is seeking writers and actors as
workshop participants to read and critique scripts in live, on-line
workshop sessions. What does it take to participate? A computer with
an internet connection and twenty minutes of your time. That's it!
What's in it for you? Being a part of the new way to workshop, reading
some great scripts, and helping other writers develop their scripts in
a great workshop session.

Join in the fun! http://www.tenminuteplayworkshop.com


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The Downtown Urban Theater Festival (DUTF) is currently accepting submissions for its 11th annual season to be held at HERE (here.org) in SoHo, NYC February 25-March 17, 2013.

DUTF, produced by Creative Ammo Inc., is a three-week celebration of urban theatrical expression by a cross-section of playwrights. This annual event showcases theatrical works that echo the true spirit of urban life and speak to a whole new generation who lives defy categorizing along conventional lines. For more info about DUTF, visit us at www.dutfnyc.com and also check out their facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Downtown-Urban-Theater-Festival/152194641470752.

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

For 2013, 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 2013, please forward the following to dutfnyc@gmail.com:

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


Wednesday, September 26, 2012

last ticket give-away for the week - MODERN TERRORISM by John Kern

The voucher has been claimed.

A voucher for a pair of tickets to MODERN TERRORISM by John Kern will be given to the first person who emails us asking for the voucher, on  Thursday, September 27 at 8:00 PM.

To request the voucher email info@nycplaywrights.org

PLEASE do not email for the voucher until that date and time.

If you don't get the voucher, they are offering discount tickets to the visitors of this web site  (see below)

A world premiere comedy from the writer of “The Simpsons”

By Jon Kern

Directed by Peter DuBois

2econd Stage Theatre - 305 West 43rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)

In the spirit of Dr. Strangelove comes Modern Terrorism, or They Who Want to Kill Us and How We Learn to Love Them, a provocative satire about a rogue group of 21st Century terrorists and their darkly comic misadventures.  As a young bomber develops feelings for his beautiful, secretive conspirator, he is torn between his duty and his heart. When his hipster neighbor accidentally gets caught up in the plans, circumstances spiral out of control.

Winner of the 2012 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award

$25 TICKETS (reg. $75)
Select performances 9/21-10/14

three Easy Ways to Buy:

ONLINE:  Visit www.2ST.com and enter code TPG1

PHONE: Call 212.246.4422 and mention code TPG1

IN PERSON: Bring a printout of this offer to the 2econd Stage Theatre box office- 305 West 43rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)


*Offer valid for select performances 9/21-10/14. Blackout dates apply. All sales are final. Regular service fees apply. All artists/schedules subject to change without notice.  

Performance Schedule:

September /October/November 2012


2pm  8pm

 25   7pm
 27   8pm

  3  2pm

 11   8pm


 18   7pm
 25   8pm
  1   8pm

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