Call for Children's Plays (Deadline: 1/15) — Call for children's plays , TRU — AAPEX

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Call for Children's Plays (Deadline: 1/15)

Seeking CHILDREN'S SCRIPT submissions of all genres from emerging and established playwrights for "Titi Talula's Theatrical Reading Series", a new reading series for young audiences. Readings will be staged during the summer in various public locations in 2010. A committee will then select one play to be presented as a production Fall 2011.
1. Accepting children's monologues, one-act plays, musicals and full length plays 45 minutes max in length. Plays that involve puppetry must be at basic level for children to manipulate puppets. All submissions must be written for the theater.
2. Accepting submissions written in English, Spanish and Portuguese. A combination of submissions with two languages, i.e. English and Spanish, accepted.
3. Submissions must be suitable for performing to or by children.
4. Submissions must have simple plot structures and be centered on exploring social issues that foster positive change such as community, diversity, equality, physical and mental health, substance abuse and violence prevention, protecting endangered species and environment.
5. All submissions must include the playwright's contact information, bio and resume, appropriate age range/ grade levels of submission, synopsis, number of characters and age range, genre type, running time, and copy of the full script. Also if the submission has been previously workshopped or staged include date, producer, theater company and location.
6. Selected works will be assigned a director and cast from our pool of talented actors.
7. Reading of selected work will be given 8 -12 hours of rehearsal and a Q&A forum with audience to help workshop play.
8. Submissions must be MAILED, please send through postal service. Scripts will not be returned.
All submissions must be postmarked by 1/15. Submissions received after this deadline will be considered for the following year. Mail postal submissions to: Attn: Lillian Ribeiro, Director of Performance & Film. _gaia Studio, 315 3rd Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302. Mark Envelope "TT."

Source: TRU

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