Howdy, Playwrights! Check out below to find your 27 Play Submissions Opps w/ July deadlines (and late June).
|Name||Length||Nature of Opportunity||Deadline||Location||Addt’l Info|
|What’s On Tom? Productions||15 mins||Open to established & emerging playwrights. Theme: FAKE||6/29/18||Ireland||n/a|
|Playhouse Creatures Theatre Co||Full Length||New works.||6/30/18||NYC|
|Steel River Playhouse||Full Length||Non-musical, unpublished plays that have not yet had a professional production.||6/30/18||Pottstown, Pennsylvania||n/a|
|Emerging Artists Theatre||See right.||Full length play/musical, one-man show, one-woman show, short musical/play.||7/1/18||NYC||n/a|
|Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase||8-11 mins||Entries may not have been performed for a paying audience. Also accepts submissions from high school students (fee waived).||7/1/18||Flagstaff, Arizona||Fee: $12|
|Panndora Productions||60+ mins||New works, full length or long one acts, which have not been previously produced.||7/1/18||Long Beach, California||Fee: $10|
|Phoenix Theatre||Full Length||Plays and musicals (both dramatic and comedic) should be original and un-produced.||7/1/18||Phoenix, Arizona||Fee: $10|
|Playing on Air||10-25 pages||Short comedic play for radio and podcast. Must be original, unproduced.||7/1/18||NYC|
|Creede Repertory Theatre||10-20 page excerpt||Young audience outreach tour. Bilingual (English/Spanish) plays are preferred, but not required.||7/2/18||Creede, Colorado||n/a|
|New Works Of Merit Playwriting Contest||max 2 hrs||Full-lengths, one-acts, shorts, children’s play, published scripts, scripts that received a workshop, a staged reading, or a production.||7/31/18||NYC|
|WordWave One-Act Play Competition|
(max 60 mins)
|Plays written within the last five years only. Drama or comedy.||7/3/18||South Lake Tahoe, California|
|South Street Players||10-15 mins||Original comedic & dramatic short plays from playwrights in the Tri-State area. Must be suitable for a family theatre.||7/4/18||Spring Lake, New Jersey||No royalties or payment|
|The playwright must reside in or be a former resident of Pulaski County, the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, or West Gulf Coast Plain regions of Arkansas. The script must not have had a full production in Arkansas AND must address a social justice issue. It can be of comical, dramatic, tragic, mysterious, or absurd nature.||7/11/18||Little Rock, Arkansas||Fee: $15|
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|3Girls Theatre||Full Length||The playwright must identify as a woman & must reside in the SF Bay Area. At least one full-length professional production required.||7/15/18||San Francisco, California||n/a|
|Experimental Theatre Coop||8-12 mins||Montana playwrights. The play must be brand new, unpublished or unproduced. Theme: Apocalypse||7/15/18||Helena, Montana||Prize: $50|
|Five & Dime Drama Collective||See right.||New, not previously produced 10-min play or one-act play (20-30 mins).||7/15/18||Eureka Springs, Arkansas||n/a|
|Manhattan Repertory Theatre||10-40 mins||Fully produced plays (cast, directed & ready to be performed June 29-August 2018).||7/15/18||NYC||Fee: $59 once accepted|
|Pride Films & Plays||Full Length||Playwrights who identify as women. Stories with lesbian characters and themes. The script must not have been professionally produced.||7/15/18||Chicago|
|Tennessee Women’s Theater Project||Full Length||Women playwrights only.||7/15/18||Nashville, Tennessee||Fee: $25|
|Native Voices at the Autry||max 15 pages||Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and First Nations playwrights. Theme: FOOD||7/20/18||Los Angeles, California||Prize: $1,000|
|The Blank Theatre||Full Length||New work by both established and emerging writers. Submissions by women, playwrights of color, and other under-represented voices are strongly encouraged.||7/21/18||Los Angeles, California||n/a|
|Funhouse IV||8-10 mins||Original, unproduced plays for mature audiences. Comedy, drama, horror, fantasy, sci-fi, parody, musical. $40 honorarium.||7/31/18||Seattle, Washington||Fee: $5 (w/ no-fee options)|
|Theatre Odyssey||20-45 mins||The play must be original, unpublished and not previously performed before a paying audience. US playwrights only.||7/31/18||Sarasota, Florida|
|WildClaw Theatre||max 10 mins||Radio plays, horror.||7/31/18||Chicago||Prize: $100|
|William Faulkner Literary Competition||One Act||Open to all ages. Original, unpublished, one act play, less than one hour.||7/31/18||New Albany, Mississippi|
|Playwrights Offering Free Feedback||Full Length||Full-length trade program. You must read a play and give feedback, and in return will have an opp to send a play and get feedback from other playwright.||Year Round||n/a||n/a|
|Trade A Play Tuesday||10 mins||Send in 10-min play and get same-day feedback. You must also read another playwright’s work and give feedback.||Year Round||n/a||n/a|
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