Submission Opportunities Newsletter for Women in Theatre
(previously known as Theatre Funding Newsletter)
Submission Opportunities Newsletter for Women in Film & Video
(previously known as Film/Video Funding Newsletter)
All brought to you by the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, WomenArts, and the League of Professional Theatre Women.
We're building up new opportunites, and we're organizing them differently as well:
#StageOpps will include Project Submissions (completed and self-produced), Script Submissions, Onstage, Offstage (Backstage), Funding, and Residences. #ScreenOpps will include Festivals, Onscreen, Offscreen (On Set), Funding, and Residencies.
We may begin with only a few opportunities each month for actors, composers, designers, and women whose work fits in some of the newer categories, but it is important to us to broaden our base, and to build the available opportunities up however we can over time.
You can view both #StageOpps and #ScreenOpps for October 2014 online by clicking on the links below. In future, they will again be separate newsletters, so please make sure you're on the list to receive them both!
Stable Cable Lab Co. is seeking a diverse group of six playwrights to participate in the Live Wire Playwright Festival, which will take place throughout the spring of 2015. Participating playwrights will receive a developmental staged reading of a full-length play, and will collaborate with the Stable Cable ensemble on an evening of new ten-minute pieces written by each playwright.
The Women in the Arts & Media Coalition is a coalition of member organizations; if you are a member of one of our member organizations, you are a member of the Coalition! The purpose of the Coalition is to focus the power of our member organizations together and to use that combined strength to address issues of concern to women in theatre, film, tv, radio, and new media. We are committed to being the link between our member organizations as we collaborate to impact the various topics that affect women in our industry through advocacy, networking, and events.