Correction: the email address at the bottom of yesterday’s post was incorrect. Please use the link in today’s post to send your inquiries and submissions. Thank you.
Riverfront Playhouse is calling for submissions for Playwrights’ Night Out. Deadline 10/15/2021.
Thank you for making the effort to do something that could be exciting and rewarding. Comedy, tragedy, drama, whatever you want. Only six 20 minute shows will be chosen and you will be part of the rehearsal process. There may be more shows if some show take only ten minutes.
Give us what you have.
YOU MAY BE PRODUCED!
Rules for Playwright’s Night Out
1. No author will direct his or her own play.
2. All plays are 20 minutes or less.
3. All plays are for readers’ theater only. Lines should not be memorized to allow for changes in the rehearsal stage of production.
4. Try to avoid frivolous cussing.
5. Try to keep your cast less than 20.
6. Please make at least one edit of your play before submission.
7. There will be no costuming.
8. Keep props to a minimum.
9. This is sort of a table read on stage. Listen for vocal nuance, facial expression, body movement during rehearsals.
Contact Jennifer Levens for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org
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How can I speak to a real person on the phone with a question not about the Playhouse but about a call rider. Just wondering.
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