Call for Submissions: The ONE Festival. Deadline is February 18, 2013
The ONE Festival opens submissions for non-published theatrical works - Deadline February 18, 2013. Minority writers encouraged to apply.
NYWIFT member Veronica Caicedo's Caicedo Productions and Teatro LATEA present the 8th annual The ONE Festival. This exciting festival begins on April 1st through April 14th, 2013. Submissions are currently being accepted until February 18, 2013. The ONE Festival will have a two-week theatrical run, with multi-talented playwrights and performing artists from all over the world.
This annual event will showcase theatrical works from men and women of solo performances. The ONE Festival will be accepting original non-published theatrical works, full/short length plays. Each work will perform at least two times during the festival. One of the theatrical works produced by the festival will have the chance to win $1,000 and a full theatrical production produced by Teatro LA TEA at The Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center on NYC’s Lower East Side. The audience will be the judges by voting for their favorite play. The performance with the highest votes will be the ONE winner!
Submission requirements for "The ONE Festival" 2013:
$100 - Full Length – Maximum 1hr, Minimum 45 minutes
$50 - Short Length – Maximum 30 minutes or less
Please send submission fee with 1 copy of each of the following:
• Playwrights bio. Please include: name, address, telephone number and email
• Treatment of theatrical work
• Complete script of theatrical work, plus a 10 minute DVD “sample work”
• Actor/director/crew bios, if available
• Description of Set and Props
• Deadline: Postmarked by Friday, February 18, 2013
• Include SASE if you would like materials returned
Please send submissions and fees payable to:
The ONE Festival
C/O Caicedo Productions Corp
7304 5th Ave.PMB 184
Brooklyn, NY 11209
For more info contact Veronica Caicedo: email@example.com or call 917-541-9068
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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Jan. 24, 2013