Maurice Martin's blog
My one-act play, "Pi Yao and the Farmers' Daughters," will be presented as part of the 33rd Annual Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival.
When: July 19th, 3PM
Where: The Peter Jay Sharp Theatre (416 West 42nd Street) in New York Cit-tay!
Who: My director will be the ever-lovely Clara Barton Green. Cast TBA.
What: The hard life of Midwestern farmers gets even harder when a mythical Chinese monster seduces their daughters and eats their money.
More about the festival here. Come see my play! It will rock your world for 15 delightful minutes.
And by big prizes, I mean $350 for first place, $250 for second place, and $150 for third place. And you pay $20 to enter. So, they need uh... 38 entries to break even. Deadline October 31, 2007.
The Little Theater of Alexandria has posted submission details and a loooong list of terms and conditions here: http://www.thelittletheatre.com/oneact.htm. Don't scroll too far, or you'll see that none of last year's winners were from the DC area.
October 18! But don't wait to get your tickets--they're going fast:
Posted by Jeremy Skidmore on http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DC_Theatre :
Source Festival (formerly the Washington Theater Festival) seeks
submissions for 10-Minute play festival. Festival will produce
24 pieces each directed by one of Washington, DC's artistic
directors including Michael Kahn, Blake Robison, Eric Schaeffer,
Howard Shalwitz, Molly Smith and Joy Zinoman. Plays will be
evaluated by a committee comprised of literary agents, managers
and dramaturges from the country's top organizations including
the Mark Taper Forum, Playwrights Horizons, Baltimore Center