Amparo Garcia-Crow presents The Living Room, a spoken word series bringing together an eclectic mix of stories around a specific theme. The Living Room is NOT a venue for professional storytellers. It is, rather, a space for creative people who are comfortable in front of an audience and want to share their stories in order to satisfy a need for creativity and connection.
TimeLine Theatre's mission is to present stories inspired by history that connect with today's social and political issues. Seeking full-length plays, musicals, translations, and adaptations. Send synopsis and sample dialogue. E-mail submission OK. Previously Produced OK. Response Time 2-3 months; no calls please.
From sighted playwrights we prefer scripts with a blind character or blindness as a central theme, preferably from the point of view of the visually impaired character. If the writer is visually impaired there are no restrictions on content or style. TBTB has developed several principal programs to achieve its mission to change the image of the blind from one of dependence to independence, to fight the stereotypes and misperceptions associated with blindness, and to show how vibrant, fluid and exuberant the visually impaired can be. Among them: developing visually impaired talent for theater, movies and TV; writing and developing original material revealing the world of the blind; touring to bring this material to as many people as possible; performing traditional material in a style to make it fully accessible to the blind; developing blind audiences; and integrating both the blind and the sighted in a shared aesthetic experience that bridges the gap between them.
Woodstock Fringe is a professional performing arts organization dedicated to developing, encouraging, presenting and promoting new and experimental theatrical and musical works, including plays, performance art and opera. We serve as a creative home to emerging and established playwrights, composers, writers, poets, performers, directors, and designers. It is our belief that the act of creation is an act of courage. We seek to provide a safe harbor for creative artists to share their work, collaborate with fellow artists, gain exposure to audiences, find support from peers, and connect to a community rich in all the arts. We achieve this through our professional productions employing skilled performers, supported by other theatre professionals, who together pursue the highest standard of the live performing arts.
Seeking Scripts for The Pacific Playwrights Festival, New Script series, and productions Deadline: rolling deadline, submit year-round The Pacific Playwrights Festival (PPF) annually presents 6-8 new plays in readings, workshops and productions during a three-day period. Audiences consist of local playgoers and representatives from theatres nationwide. The 13th annual Pacific Playwrights Festival will take place April 23-25, 2010.