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Our 2013-14 Season:
Develop your artistic skills – for free! Workshops from past seasons have included Playwrighting with Kat Sandler, Stage Combat with Andrew Ingram, Producing Indie Theatre with Kelly Straughan, Victoria Urqhart, and Rachel Ganz, Aerial Silks with Jennifer Fell.
So far this season, our Character Mask Workshop, led by actor/director Eli Ham, was a huge success. Our upcoming Voice Over Workshop, to be led by Krystal Meadows, will teach you how to make the most of your vocal abilities. Details and sign-up information coming soon!
Join our email list or like us on Facebook to hear about upcoming workshops. firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 Play Contest
We invite all University of Toronto students to submit their one-act and full-length plays to our contest by March 1st, 2014. For contest rules, please see below, or email us at email@example.com. You can also find more context details on our Facebook event page. https://www.facebook.com/events/638652869499301/
Play Contest Rules and Prizes
The deadline to submit your play is midnight on March 1st, 2014.
1. The play must be minimum one act (running time of approx. 40mins-1 hr.) but can be as long as you like.
2. The play must be an original work
3. The author must be a current student at the University of Toronto.
All plays submitted will be evaluated by a panel, and those chosen in the top slots will receive cash prizes. Prize amounts are yet to be determined.
Any plays that do not receive prizes may still be eligible for workshop productions by the Players in the 2013-2014 School Year.
Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with Play Contest Submission in the subject line. Along with your script, please let us know the word count, and approximate running time, if you have an estimate.
When submitting, we encourage you to include a brief explanation of your artistic vision for the piece, or about your inspiration for writing it. We’d love to hear what makes you so passionate about your play.
Good Luck, and Happy Writing!