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*** NYWINTERFEST THEATER COMPETITION ***

BEST PLAY $2,500

Best Director, Actress, Actor and Singer $500 each

Best Musical Score $300

Best Original Play, Stage Manager and Set Designer $200.

All genres are welcome, including MUSICALS. 
PLAYS OR MUSICALS BETWEEN 10 AND 90 MINUTES 
ONE ACT PLAY WELCOME 

Our 10th  Festival Season
There is no question why NYWINTERFEST has taken the world of playwrighting festivals by storm, becoming one of the largest festival in the country in just 6 years.

FEW SPOTS LEFT IN FEBRUARY TO HAVE A CHANCE TO PRESENT YOUR WORK ON STAGE

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*** PLAYWRIGHTS OPPORTUNITIES ***

Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our 2017 New Voices Play Festival. This festival is an opportunity for up-and-coming or accomplished playwrights to submit their work which, upon selection, will be produced on the mainstage at GVT, the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia. The performance of these plays is an invaluable tool for playwrights to workshop what’s working in the play and what may need revision. The New Voices Play Festival has become a popular event among our patrons, who are eager to enjoy these new works.

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10-10 FESTIVAL SCRIPT SUBMISSION
The play selection team is now accepting script submissions for consideration! If your submission is chosen, your play will be performed in July 2017 at CVLT’s River Street Playhouse. This “black box” environment which seats approximately 65 patrons. Playwrights whose scripts are chosen will be contacted early in 2017.
  • You must be 18 years or older to submit a script.
  • Scripts must be complete. Scenes from a full-length production or from other works cannot be accepted.
  • Your show should have an estimated production “running time” of 10-12 minutes.
  • Your script must be original – CVLT will not accept responsibility for copyright violations.
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In each quarter of the year, and aligning with the seasons, Four Quarter Theater aims to produce a new set of ten-minute plays. Each season is framed around a theme, which relates to the season in which the quarter falls. Each theme is open to artistic interpretation and is provided as a thematic framework to guide the playwright. The format of the performances will be staged readings in New York City. 


*** FOR MORE INFORMATION about these and other opportunities see the web site at http://www.nycplaywrights.org ***


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