Emerging Artists Theatre presents
The 6th Annual ILLUMINATING ARTISTS: New Work Series
April 2010 at the TADA! Theatre, NYC
Paul Adams, Artistic Director
Stacy Mayer, Production Coordinator
Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT) ILLUMINATING ARTISTS: New Work Series is a three week developmental festival that provides artists of different disciplines the opportunity to present one night of a “work in progress” with audience feedback. Scheduled to run April 2010, the four series now accepting submissions are:
ONE WOMAN STANDING (OWS)
A series of one woman shows in all stages of development. Male or Female playwrights may apply. Running Time 5 – 60 minutes.
Festival Curators: Stacy Mayer and Jessica Carr Phillips
ONE MAN TALKING (OMT)
A series of one man shows in all stages of development. Male or Female playwrights may apply. Running Time 5 – 60 minutes.
WELL NOTED SHORTS (WNS)
A series of short musicals 15 minutes or less in all stages of development.
Festival Curators: Peter Saxe and Jonathan Warman
NOTES FROM A PAGE (NFP)
A series of full length ensemble musicals in all stages of development. Open to NYC, NJ and CT composers/lyricists. Please include a CD and full or partial script with your submission.
Festival Curators: Paul Adams and Derek Jamison
All application materials must be postmarked by December 15, 2009.
If your show is chosen, you will receive notification on or around January 30, 2010. Please check www.emergingartiststheatre.org for updates and email any questions to the above addresses.
For more information, visit the Web site for Emerging Artists Theatre: http://www.emergingartiststheatre.org/
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