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Monday, April 6, 2009

Call for Plays Deadline: 4/30

Deadline: 04-30-09
Material: 5-minute Plays
Call for five-minute play submissions: Eyebrow Productions is asking writers what they think can happen in 5 minutes. From the fantastical to the mundane, whether you’re waiting at a bus stop or witnessing the apocalypse, Eyebrow is inviting writers to submit their five-minute plays for an exciting evening of new writing. The event, WriteBites (part of Eyebrow’s new writing venture WriteTime), is encouraging writers from all backgrounds and experience to submit material. Twelve plays, to be performed by an ensemble of actors, will be selected for the first event to take place at a London venue, (to be announced), followed by a WriteBites launch party. Scripts should be typed on single-side, and should be approximately five pages long. Please send submissions to:

Eyebrow Productions
13 Charterhouse Square
London, EC1M 6AX

Any scripts received after this date will not be considered for the first WriteBites event, to take place in May, but will be considered for the next evening of WriteBites, set to be a regular event on the London theatre scene.

Eyebrow Productions is a young, vibrant theatre company based in London. As well as producing shows in Bristol, Edinburgh and Oxford, the company is most well known for Showtime Challenge - an ambitious attempt to stage and rehearse a full-scale West End production in just 48 hours. Previous Showtime productions have included Sweet Charity at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and Me And My Girl at the London Palladium last October. Eyebrow’s innovative approach to theatre has been recognized and supported by a number of high-profile figures, including Dame Judi Dench, Stephen Fry, Joanna Lumley, Gail Porter, Mel Smith and Mel Giedroyc. For further details about script submissions and more information about Eyebrow Productions, please click the post's title to visit our website. Feel free to email us with any questions at

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