We here at PSH have been providing free monthly lists of submission opportunities to the playwriting community for years. As anyone who has tried to do this on their own knows, it is an enormous undertaking.
This month, we have catalogued over 30 submissions opportunities… But this month only a handful are listed below.
Instead of listing all the November opps, we are running a membership drive this month, and asking that you signup as a full paid member.
Signing up will get you access to not only this month’s listings, but also to our entire database of 400+ play submissions opps. And, your support will also help us continue to be able to maintain and upgrade our services for all playwrights.
We call that a win-win.
So come signup now, and see your next play where it’s meant to be — on stage!
|Name||Length||Nature of Opportunity||Deadline||Location||Add’l Info|
|Play Development Company|
|Nylon Fusion Theatre Co||10 mins||Theme is “PROSPECT: The Future.”||11/1/20||NYC||n/a|
|Over Our Head Players||max 10 mins||Original comedies. Open to everyone w/o age or geographic restriction.||11/1/20||Racine, Wisconsin||Prize: $500|
|Root Beer Occasion Theatre Company||max 10 pages||Bad plays. Plays which are so poorly written that it’s funny. Think about what makes a good story, and do the opposite.||11/1/20||Online||Fee: $5
|Stage Door Productions||One Act
(max 15 pages)
|Original, unpublished plays. NO sexually explicit or gratuitously violent scripts.||11/1/20||Fredericksburg, Virginia||Fee: $5
|American Shakespeare Center||2(ish) hours||The play must be inspired by or in conversation with As You Like It, Henry VI (any/all parts), Romeo and Juliet, and Troilus and Cressida.||11/18/20||Staunton, Virginia||Prize: $25,000|
|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 10 pages of another playwright’s work, and give thoughtful feedback. Runs every Tuesday.||Year Round||n/a||n/a|