Playwright wanted!

Draperite Jayme Kilburn is looking for playwrights!

 
 

Seeking Three-Section Play for Production

 

Three-D is seeking submissions from New York-based playwrights interested in workshopping a play (or developing a new one), culminating in a fully-realized production. We are particularly seeking plays that are ensemble-driven and open to interpretation.

 

Three-D is a group of artists interested in developing a new play through a workshop period with the playwright, followed by a fully staged production in the Spring or Summer of 2014 (dates TBD). The play must be divisible into three-sections (three acts, three scenes, or three groupings of scenes would all be fine) that are pretty equal in length and depth.

 

Playwrights whose plays are selected for further review will be asked to meet with Three-D artists to discuss the particulars of the project.

 

If you have a play that fits this criteria, please send us the play in its entirety. If it is not obvious where the sections fall (i.e. if it is not a three-act or three-scene play), please let us know how you envision it should be divided.

 

If you are interested in developing a play with Three-D that you have not yet written, please send an outline of your play idea and a writing sample of another play that you have completed—any length is fine.

 

Play submissions should be sent in PDF format. If you are submitting more than one play, please send each one in a separate email.

 

The subject line of your email should read as follows: PLAY NAME by YOUR NAME.

 

In the body of the email, please include a brief synopsis of the play (2-5 sentences) and a character breakdown (ex/ 3F, 2M).

 

Please send submissions to:

projectthreeD@gmail.com

 

Submissions will be accepted until September 30, 2013.

 

Three-D encourages female playwrights to apply.

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