Posts Tagged ‘stage play contests’

10 Minute Play Contest for Edinburgh Fringe Festival Production

16 January 2016

A production team from Sedos (http://www.sedos.co.uk/index.php),

a well-respected London based theatre company is looking for submissions

of 10 minute scripts to be performed in late July/early August 2016

in both London (the Bridewell Theatre) and at the Edinburgh Fringe festival (Greenside Venues).

Deadline: The submission period runs from now until 11th March 2016.

There is a £5 entry fee for non-Sedos members which is payable upon submission.

The key requirement is that scripts must follow the theme of “Frenemies”

but interpretation of that theme and choice of genre

and format is open to the writer’s imagination

(subject to a couple of practical parameters as set out in the guidelines).

Submissions are open now and can be accessed at this link: http://sedos.co.uk/frenemies/

Submission guidelines can be found via a link on the submission page,

at: https://writingcontests.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.php

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WEATHERVANE PLAYHOUSE 5th ANNUAL 8X10 THEATREFEST

31 December 2014

Weathervane Playhouse (Akron, OH) is accepting original 10 minute plays for production at its annual TheatreFest on July 10, 11, 12, 2015.   8 Finalist plays will be performed over that weekend and cash prizes awarded, based on audience votes:

1st place $350

2nd place $250

3rd place $150

5 Runners-up $50 each.   

Deadline for entries is: Friday, May 15, 2015 at 5:00PM

There is a $10 administrative fee per playwright.

Playwrights may submit a maximum of 2 entries for this fee. (CLICK HERE to read “why we charge a fee.”)

Please note that plays will not be considered until the fee is received.

IMPORTANT: Before submitting, please go to http://www.weathervaneplayhouse.com/8x10TheatreFest  for full and complete entering information.

From Page to Stage Competition

17 February 2014

Calling all playwrights! Have you always wanted the chance to stage your story? The Tacchi-Morris re-launches its Page to Stage competition, a unique opportunity to develop your work for the stage. Scripts, excerpts or works in development are invited and should be no more than 20 pages in length or 20 minutes in performance time.

 Up to 6 entered scripts will be chosen for a performance night, with audience feedback as part of The Page is Printed Festival. Entries will be read by a professional team with the winners having the opportunity to utilise Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre’s professional rehearsal facilities to develop your work. Please note you will need to source your own actors and directors, although the Tacchi-Morris may be able to support you with this.

Deadline for entries: Thursday 3rd April 2014

Entry Fees: Adults – £10, Under 16s – Free

(All entries receive a ticket to the Page to Stage scratch night on Thursday 26th June 2014, at 7pm) 

£350 of bursaries to help develop work!

2 of £100

3 of £50

To enter or download an application form visit http://www.tacchi-morris.com

Entries should be emailed to info@tacchi-morris.com

The Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, School Road, Taunton, TA2 8PD, England

01823 41414101823 414141             www.tacchi-morris.com       info@tacchi-morris.com

Visit the website: http://www.tacchi-morris.com/whats-on/shows/theatre-somerset/from-page-to-stage1.html

Writer’s Digest Annual Writing Competition

3 February 2013

 

Writer’s Digest has been shining a spotlight on up and coming writers in all genres through its Annual Writing Competition for more than 80 years. Enter our 82nd Annual Writing Competition for your chance to win and have your work be seen by editors and agents! The winning entries will also be on display in the 82nd Annual Writer’s Digest Competition Collection.

Wondering what’s in it for you?

  • A 30-minute Platform Strategy Consultation with Chuck Sambuchino*
  • A one year subscription to Writer’s Digest eBooks
  • A chance to win $3,000 in cash
  • Get national exposure for your work
  • One on one attention with four editors or agents
  • A paid trip to the ever-popular Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City!

*A 30-Minute Platform Strategy Consultation with Chuck Sambuchino: In this 30-minute session, Chuck Sambuchino will review your current platform-building efforts, discuss goals for your platform, then provide tailored advice and a specific strategy for launching or growing your platform to achieve the results you want.

Chuck Sambuchino is the author of Formatting & Submitting Your Manuscript (Writer’s Digest, 2009), the bestselling humor book How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack (Running Press, 2010), which has been optioned for film by Robert Zemeckis, and the forthcoming titles Red Dog, Blue Dog (Running Press, July 2012) and Create Your Writer Platform (Writer’s Digest, Nov 2012). Chuck is also the editor of the bestselling Guide to Literary Agents and Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market annuals (Writer’s Digest). Chuck is a former staffer of several newspapers and magazines. During his tenure as a newspaper reporter, he won awards from both the Kentucky Press Association and the Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists. During the past decade, more than 650 of his articles have appeared in newspapers, magazines and books. Chuck also speaks at more than a dozen writing conferences each year on the topics of securing an agent and building a platform.

 

How to enter: register and pay online or download a printable entry form.

Early Bird Entry fees are $27 for the first manuscript; $20 for each additional entry submitted during the same transaction. Poems are $15 for the first entry; $10 for each additional poem submitted submitted during the same transaction. Entries submitted after that May 6, 2013 Early Bird deadline are $32 for the first manuscript; $25 for each additional entry submitted during the same transaction. Poems are $20 for the first entry; $15 for each additional poem submitted submitted during the same transaction.

Enter your work into one or more of these categories:

  • Inspirational Writing (Spiritual/Religious)
  • Memoirs/Personal Essay
  • Magazine Feature Article
  • Genre Short Story (Mystery, Romance, etc.)
  • Mainstream/Literary Short Story
  • Rhyming Poetry
  • Non-rhyming Poetry
  • Stage Play
  • Television/Movie Script
  • Children’s/Young Adult Fiction

One Grand Prize winner will receive:

  • $3,000 in cash
  • One on one attention from four editors or agents
  • A paid trip to the ever-popular Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City!
  • A one year subscription to Writer’s Digest eBooks
  • A 30-minute Platform Strategy Consultation with Chuck Sambuchino

First place will receive $1,000 in cash and $100 off any purchase from the Writer’s Digest Shop

Second place will receive $500 cash and $100 off any purchase from the Writer’s Digest Shop

Third place will receive $250 in cash and $100 off any purchase from the Writer’s Digest Shop

Fourth place will receive $100 in cash and $50 off any purchase from the Writer’s Digest Shop

Fifth place will receive $50 in cash and $50 off any purchase from the Writer’s Digest Shop

Sixth through Tenth place winners will receive $25 in cash.

All winners will also receive:

Be sure to check out more writing contests sponsored by Writer’s Digest.


EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: MAY 6, 2013

 


About 82nd Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition Collection
This special competition collection will be published in November 2013 and consists of the grand prize manuscript, the first place manuscript in each category, and the names of the top 10 winners in each category. You can purchase a copy online or order by mailing in the printable entry form. (You are not required to purchase the collection to enter the competition.)

VISIT THE WEBSITE: http://www.writersdigest.com/competitions/writers-digest-annual-competition


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