8/01/2017

#StageOpps #StageOppsAug17

and WomenArts present

















#StageOpps
#StageOppsAug17
Submission opportunities for women in theatre.

##Opportunities with hashtags are for selected populations.
**Opportunities starred are for women only.


SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY

Special Opps will continue again in September, but please watch this space (and our website) for upcoming info on Submissions to our next Collaboration Award--coming soon--deadline December 31.

PROJECT SUBMISSIONS

Phoenix Theatre's New American Theatre Festival
The festival presents four staged/concert readings (with script in hand) of new, unproduced plays or musicals as well as a night of new short plays and a Composer/Lyricist Cabaret. 
  • When/Where: March 5-18, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ
  • Deadline: August 1, 2017  
  • Application Fee: $10.00 * Fees are waived for members of WGA or Dramatists Guild (please provide with a link to your DG page, ID number or photo/copy of your membership card)
  • Eligibility: Plays should be original, un-produced, full-length scripts. Plays that have received more than two development processes (i.e. festival participation) are not eligible. No screenplays, please. No Theatre for Young Audience pieces will be accepted. Cast size must be limited to 5 actors or less (actors may play more than one role
  • Categories: Unproduced Musicals or Plays
  • Address: Phoenix Theatre
    100 E. McDowell Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 8500
  • Contact: info@phoenixtheatre.com 
  • Submission Information

“The World Crime League’s F**ked Up Xmas Special”
We’re looking for an assortment of fresh and original holiday(ish) plays to fill an evening. Since this is the World Crime League, we’re not looking for your traditional feel-good, holly jolly holiday fare. We’re looking for dramas and comedies as black as the soulless coal eyes of Frosty the Snowman, and perhaps some horror plays, more frightening than an eternity of being forced to listen to the “Christmas Shoes” on loop.
  • When/Where: December 7-10, 2017 in Minneapolis, MI 
  • Deadline: August 1, 2017  
  • Application Fee: Free
  • Eligibility: Scripts should have a title page that contains your name and contact information. Submissions should not exceed 30 minutes- there is no minimum for length. We are also potentially interested in monologues to be performed between longer pieces. No musicals, children’s plays, or adaptations (fresh spins on folk tales and legends are welcome). Although this is referred to as the “F**ked Up Xmas Special,” it does not mean that plays have to be restricted to being about Christmas. Works dealing with Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, the Winter Solstice, New Year’s Day and anything in between would be considered. You know...the winter season holidays and such.
  • Categories: New Plays
  • Address: N/A
  • Contact: worldcrimeleagueproductions@gmail.com 
  • Submission Information

New York New Works Theatre Festival
It's free to submit and every submission is reviewed by at least one Broadway producer, it's truly a wonderful opportunity for new work. Selected works are presented by a Broadway "A list" GM team (13 Tony Awards, 14 Drama Desk Awards and 3 Pulitzer Prizes) and performances will take place in October in the 199 seat Duke Theatre on 42nd and Broadway.
  • When/Where: October 2017 in New York, NY 
  • Deadline: August 15, 2017  
  • Application Fee: Free
  • Eligibility: New Works
  • Categories: Plays. The festival is run by Broadway and Television producers who are seeking play submissions. If your show is accepted to the festival, you are given a slot in which to produce your show. We are NOT producing your show, we are presenting it to Broadway and Television producers. 
  • Address: N/A
  • Contact: tonynwtheatrefestival@gmail.com 
  • Submission Information


SCRIPT SUBMISSIONS

Dramatists Guild
​For the entire month of August (until Labor Day), the Dramatists Guild has made its entire website open.  ​This means ​for a limited time both members and non-members alike have open access to:


Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women
The Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women was founded by Yellow Rose Productions, with permission of Beth Henley, to encourage and recognize the new works of female playwrights. The Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women aims to give voice to the stories of this generation and to bring into the spotlight important works that have been crafted.
  • Deadline: August 31, 2017
  • Application Fee: $20
  • Eligibility: Submissions must be completed full-length or one-act plays. Submissions must be the original work of the submitting female playwright. Submissions may not have been previously produced or fully staged. Submissions are due by August 31st, 2017 and must include all of the submission materials to qualify. One script may be submitted per applicant.
  • Categories: One acts plays 
  • Contact: henleyrosecompetition@gmail.com   
  • Submission Information

Edgemar Center for the Arts
Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica is a cultural art center designed by Frank Gehry, where theater, dance, music, visual arts, and our annual film festival, Cinema at the Edge, come together in one place. Our Mission is to provide a physical environment that nurtures the creative process and encourages collaboration between writers, directors, actors, musicians, dancers, and visual artist; to create a learning environment for children and adults; and to invite the community to observe, engage, and interact to add its voices to our creative discovery.

365 Women a Year: A Playwriting Project
Welcome 2017 playwrights! We are entering our third year of writing pieces about 365 historical women a year! We would love to have you write with us.
  • Deadline: December 31, 2017
  • Application Fee: Free
  • Eligibility: Choose a woman or women to write about. We are looking for 365 NEW women that our project has not yet covered.  We do not accept repeats from previous years yet.  You can make sure you don’t claim a repeat by searching through our historical women alphabetically.  If you are not sure who to write about, scroll down for a list of available women
  • Categories: You can write about as many women as you want and they can all be in the same piece, or separate pieces. It is okay if the piece is simply about the historical woman or women, but they don’t appear. Any length welcome from 2 pages-full length. Any number of characters. Any language. Any genre. Musicals included.
  • Contact: 365womenayear@gmail.com
  • Submission Information

WomenArts Blog
As part of our celebration of SWAN Day 10, we want to feature new voices in the WomenArts Blog. We are especially interested in writers who can provide diverse perspectives in terms of race, class, religion, age, sexual preference, gender identity, disability or other characteristics.  We will pay for every article we publish that has not been published elsewhere.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Our maximum fee will be $200 for articles of 500 – 1,000 words that we publish that have not been published elsewhere.  The fee will be negotiated on a case by case basis for shorter or previously published articles. WomenArts reserves the right to edit every article, and we will retain non-exclusive publishing rights. The author will have the right to publish the article on her own website or elsewhere after we have published it.
  • Eligibility: We prefer articles that are 500 – 800 words in length. It is extremely rare for us to publish articles longer than 1,000 words.  We will also consider shorter articles if they fit one of the categories below.
  • Categories: Inspiring Women – Articles about extraordinary or inspiring women artists and their accomplishments; articles about women artists overcoming obstacles; reports on festivals of women artists. Gender Parity Research & Actions – Articles summarizing research studies, legal actions, demonstrations or other activities related to the struggle for gender parity in any art form. Helpful Resources – Articles with tips for women artists on publicity, fundraising, crowd-sourcing, job-hunting or other business aspects of their work; articles about helpful directories, websites or other resources.
  • Contact: 510.868.5096
  • Submission Information

Urban Stages Emerging Playwright Award
Our $500 Emerging Playwright Award (coupled with press coverage) is given to playwrights who show excellence and dedication throughout this process – from development to the stage. Out of hundreds of submissions a year, we select 15-20 plays for readings. From these, we select 1-3 plays annually to go on to our workshopping phase. Our workshops are meant to prepare a play for our Off-Broadway stage. From our workshops, we select 1-2 plays for full productions, complete with a playwright’s contract and compensation (separate from the award).                                      
  • Deadline: Submissions are ongoing.
  • Application Fee: None.
  • Eligibility: Plays may have been developed or produced elsewhere, but never produced in New York City. Plays from overseas and throughout the US are accepted and considered, but special attention will be given to playwrights who live in or near New York.
  • Categories: Full Length Plays
  • Contact: (212) 421-1380
  • Submission Information


ONSTAGE

The "My America" Plays
  • In the wake of the 2016 election, the United States has become far more divisive and volatile than ever before. Through a series of several 10 minute plays, the "My America" Plays series looks to examine the America we are in today. The plays are as follows: 
    "Occupied" by Sharon E. Cooper
    "Stalled" by Sharon E. Cooper
    "Siriously" by Sharon E. Cooper
    "Power to the People" by Alicia Haymer
    "School for Lives" by Alisha Epinosa
    "Some of the Good Ones" by Sara Ramsawak
  • Auditions: August 2017
  • Production Dates: Rehearsal | August 2017 - NYC 
    Performance is at 353 Studios (353 West 48th Street) on August 25, 2017 @8pm
  • Pay: No
  • Audition Information

"Again"
  • Casting the production "Again." Production description: ""Again" will be premiering in this year's Bridge PHL Festival. This piece is a choreopoem experience highlighting the black and brown voices that exclaim “stop killing us” while white supremacy and toxic masculinity retort “why?” The Bridge PHL strives to foster healing connections between our rich and diverse communities by encouraging openness and dialogue about perspectives on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, and bias. Our annual theatre festival each autumn welcomes both experienced and new artists wishing to engage in this mission and to further our endeavor to BUILD THE BRIDGE PHL!"
  • Auditions: By appointment August 15, 2017
  • Production Dates: Rehearsals begin Sept. 25. Performs Nov. 2-5. Rehearses and performs in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Pay: Yes
  • Audition Information

For more Onstage opportunities, visit Backstage.com; ActorsAccess.com; and Playbill.com.

BACKSTAGE

Wardrobe Supervisor
The Wardrobe Supervisor is responsible for supervising all wardrobe related activities during the course of rehearsals and performances, and is solely responsible for all costumes once costumes have loaded-in. The wardrobe supervisor supervises wardrobe crew working on production, helps to coordinate and assign dressers to specific performers and tasks and determines where and how costume changes are made.
  • Position Type: Contract
  • Eligibility: Supervising and scheduling wardrobe crew
    - Communicating with CTM Costume Rental Manager to ascertain availability of inventory, schedule pulling and/or restocking as required, and schedule usage of equipment and/or costume shop.
    - Coordinating with Associate Artistic Director, Costume Supervisor, Director, and all other concerned personnel regarding scheduling, budget expenditures, and equipment/technical needs.
    - In cooperation with Costume Supervisor, creating and maintaining a complete and accurate inventory of all used and unused costumes that were pulled for production. Regularly inventory and inspect all costumes and coordinate and/or complete all costume repairs.
  • Application Information

Stagehands
Cal Performances, the performing arts presenter at UC Berkeley, is currently hiring EXPERIENCED TECHNICAL THEATER stagehands for variable, part time, seasonal work. 
  • Position Type: Contract
  • Eligibility: We are looking for individuals who specifically have EXPERIENCE with TECHNICAL THEATER, who are able to work independently and with demonstrated confidence in one or more of the following areas: entertainment lighting, live sound, stage carpentry, and multi-media (A/V) systems. Must have working knowledge of technical areas outside of their specialization and the ability to perform general duties in those areas.
  • Application Information

Audio/ Video Engineer
Indiana Repertory Theatre is currently accepting resumes for an Audio/Video Engineer. This is seasonal position with benefits, contract runs approximately late August through May. Indiana Rep is a mid-sized LORT (C and D stages) theatre, producing a wide variety of existing and new work for adults and children (currently 9 productions) located in downtown Indianapolis.
  • Position Type: Contract
  • Eligibility: Duties include operating sound and/or video for shows, dance concerts, and one-off events; assisting the Senior Engineer and the Resident Sound Designer; attending rehearsals and meetings as needed; maintenance, repair and upkeep of audio and video equipment. Skills required: Current working knowledge of large format sound systems, experience in professional theatre, multi-projector video systems, headset and 70v distributed systems, playback and editing software for audio and video, I.P. based A/V distribution, and Apple networking, proficiency with live mixing, recording and reinforcement. At the IRT, we believe that diverse ideas, backgrounds, cultures, and traditions enrich the quality of work we present on the stage. We are committed to all forms of diversity in all areas of our work. Please send letter and resume to irtsound@gmail.com and include the words “Audio/Video Engineer Search” in the subject line.
  • Application Information


FUNDING

Annenberg Foundation
The Annenberg Foundation does most of their funding in the arts, culture, and humanities to organizations in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernadino, and Ventura. The Annenberg Foundation's arts and humanities grants are available to agencies that serve the greater Los Angeles region, typically with budgets over $5 million.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Free
  • Eligibility: Arts, culture, and humanities in greater Los Angeles region
  • Address: 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1000S
    Los Angeles, CA 9006
  • Contact: info@annenberg.org  
  • Application Information


RESIDENCIES

ARTerra
ARTErra is a private structure of incentive for artistic creation which aims to facilitate encounters between different artists and aesthetic disciplines. ARTERRA is strongly committed to offering the residents a cheerful and productive stay. Because of that, partnerships have been established with several partners such as the Municipality of Tondela and Lob√£o da Beira and many others crafters, schools and artists.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Free
  • When: 1 week- 6 months
  • Eligibility: Curriculum Vitae; and Bio, Portfolio, videos, photos , music; Description of the project to be undertaken at ARTERRA, including the project’s objectives, needs and expectations of residence ,work methodologies, and all the details necessary to understand the proposal
  • Address: N/A
  • Contact: arterra.geral@gmail.com 
  • Application Information
Green Olive Arts
Green Olive Arts is an international art studio and urban art residency in Tetouan, Morocco, specializing in connecting the creatives of the world with the culture, beauty and creatives of Morocco. Our mission is to resource creative individuals of both emerging and established artistic talent from around the world in seasons of inspiration, production, collaboration and cultural exchange here in Morocco.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Free
  • When: 1 week to 4 months
  • Eligibility: 8 studio spaces are available. Applications will be assessed and Residencies awarded by our local Selection Panel according to caliber of the artist's work and fit of the artist's residency proposal with the goals and capacity of Green Olive Arts. Approved applicants may expect a phone interview request before a final decision.
  • Address: B.P. 10001 Sidi Al Mandri, Tetouan, Tetouan 93000, Morocco
  • Contact: arthouse@greenolivearts.com
  • Application Information

Artcroft Center for Arts and Humanities
Residencies of an average of 2-8 weeks for visual artists, writers, actors, and performance artists. Residency provides housing, studio, and meals; artist responsible residency fee ($40/day), deposit (10% of residency fee), travel, materials, and local transportation.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: $25
  • When: 2-8 weeks
  • Eligibility: Residencies are available to established and emerging visual and literary artists 18 years of age and older without regard for race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion.
  • Address: Artcroft Center for Arts and Humanities, 2075 Johnson Rd., Carlisle, KY 40311
  • Contact: artcroft@msn.com 
  • Application Information

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#ScreenOpps #ScreenOppsAug17

and WomenArts present












#ScreenOpps
#ScreenOppsAug17

Submission opportunities for women in film/video.

##Opportunities with hashtags are for selected populations.
**Opportunities starred are for women only.

Special Opportunity 

Special Opps will continue again in September, but please watch this space (and our website) for upcoming info on Submissions to our next Collaboration Award--coming soon--deadline December 31.


Film Festivals

Borrego Springs Film Festival
We are a young vibrant festival that takes place in one of the most beautiful locations in the United States: Borrego Springs, CA. Our community supports the BSFF with enthusiasm and always sells-out our festival passes. Packed houses and a lively Q&A are all part of the event. We’re an old-school film festival. You’ll meet and greet your audience, have a blast, lounge with other filmmakers, and interact with everyone. We also have homemade cookies. C'mon, homemade cookies, y'all.
  • When/Where: January 11-15, 2017, Borrego Springs, CA
  • Deadline: August 15, 2017 (Regular); September 30, 2017 (Late); October 15, 2017 (Extended)
  • Submission Fee: $20-$45
  • Eligibility: Films completed on or after July 1, 2016 are eligible. Entrant confirms and warrants required legal authority to submit the entry into the festival and to use all music, images, and content in the entry.
    All films must be in English or subtitled in English. 
  • Categories: Narrative Feature, Narrative Short, Documentary, Latino, Animation
  • Address: PO Box 756, Borrego Springs, CA 92004, United States
  • Contact: borregospringsfilmfestival@gmail.com     
  • Submission Information

Highland Falls Film Festival
The fifteenth High Falls Film Festival, a five-day event celebrating the achievements of women in all aspects of filmmaking, will be held November 2 – 6, 2017 in Rochester, NY. Founded in 2001, the High Falls Film Festival honors the artistry and innovation of women in film — behind the camera, in leading roles on the screen, and at the heart of storylines.
  • When/Where: November 2-6, 2017, Rochester, NY
  • Deadline: September 3, 2017
  • Submission Fee: Free
  • Eligibility: We welcome films targeted to an adult audience.  All films must be made by, or feature, women in a strong leading role, or films that focus on women and their life experiences. Preference will be given to films made by women in a leadership role(s); including director, screenplay writer, producer, cinematographer, etc.   All genres including live action narrative, live action documentary, animation, experimental, hybrid, etc. may be submitted.
  • Categories: Full-length Narrative or Documentary, Short Films
  • Address: High Falls Film Festival Office 45 East Avenue, Suite 400, Rochester NY 14604, USA
  • Contact: kateh@highfallsfilmfestival.com       
  • Submission Information

Shorts That Are Not Pants
Established in 2012, Shorts That Are Not Pants is a quarterly screening series for short films that takes place in Toronto, Canada. Screenings take place in January, April, July, and October. We've screened more than 150 films from 26 countries so far, and we're looking for more undiscovered gems to show our shorts-savvy Toronto audiences. Members of our programming team have experience working for some of the biggest and best festivals in the world (TIFF, Sundance, Hot Docs) and travel to festivals around the world seeking out the best films and the brightest filmmakers to support.
  • When/Where: January 3, 2018, Toronto, CA
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Submission Fee: $20-$30
  • Eligibility: We are currently accepting submissions of short films up to 20 minutes in length. We screen from digital files ONLY. Films not in English must contain English subtitles.
  • Categories: All genres are welcome, and we don't care about premiere status or whether the film is already available online. 
  • Address: 20 Carlton Street Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H5 Canada  
  • Contact: james@shortsnotpants.com    
  • Submission Information



ONSCREEN

Festivals of Patience –Feature Film
Casting "Festivals of Patience," an indie rock and roll musical drama set in New York City, about a young writer who meets the girl of his dreams, and strives hopelessly to save her from her tragic past and inner demons.
  • Roles: Sarah (Caucasian; 18-23; Lead)
  • Audition: August 2017
  • Shoot Dates/Location: Music rehearsals late August, with studio recording the second week of September; choreography and blocking rehearsals in September; shoots October in NYC.
  • Union:  Non-Union
  • Pay: Deferred pay possible, plus equity points in film for main cast. Equity and other actors welcome; not a SAG-AFTRA project.
  • Audition Information

Goof Off- Student Film
Casting "Goof Off," an independent feature film. Director states: "This film is made by a director whose previous film opened at Sundance and played at the New York Museum of Modern Art. The project requires some improvisational exploration from the actors. The cast is upwards of ten people; Stet and Della are leads."
  • Roles: Della (Caucasian; 24-45; Lead)
  • Audition: August 2017
  • Shoot Dates/Location: Shoots in August in Northampton, MA.
  • Union: Non-Union
  • Pay: TBD
  • Audition Information

Remnants– Student Film
The ghost of 18 year old Jenn lingers on the road where she was killed. When discovering an injured hiker who can see her, she struggles to help him for that he is a new found friend she doesn't want to let go of.
  • Roles: Jen (All Ethnicities; 18-28; Lead)
  • Audition: August 30, 2017
  • Shoot Dates/Location: Callbacks and Table Read dates TBA
    -SHOOT DATES are October 5th-8th in Northern New Jersey (with rain dates as 12th-15th
  • Union: Non-Union
  • Pay: No
  • Audition Information


For more OnScreen opportunities, visit Backstage.com; ActorsAccess.com; or Playbill.com. 


OFFSCREEN


First Assistant Director
Murmur Pictures is looking for an experienced First A.D. for the short film / pilot "Museum Mile", to shoot on location in New York mid October. This is a non union, paid position, with compensation to be negotiated with the chosen candidate.
  • Position Type: Contract
  • Eligibility: Previous experience required. Must be able to locate to New York City.‬‬
  • Application Information

Senior Producer, Audio
Vox Media builds smart media brands people love, empowering trusted digital voices with proprietary technology to create and distribute stories to an audience of hundreds of millions of young adults worldwide. Vox Media is eight distinct brands: The Verge (Technology and Culture), Vox (General News), SB Nation (Sports), Eater (Food and Nightlife), Polygon (Gaming), Racked (Shopping), Eater (Food and Nightlife), Curbed (Real Estate and Home), and Recode (Technology and Business).
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Eligibility: Experience as the editorial/creative lead for a successful podcast or broadcast program. Experience managing a production team tasked with meeting daily deadlines. A portfolio that demonstrates an ear for great tape and inventive approaches to audio storytelling. A track record of developing stories that draw on diverse perspectives/source lists. Strong collaborative skills, as well as the ability to delegate and prioritize effectively. A strong news background/journalism chops. Proficiency in audio mixing. Experience coaching and developing host talent.
  • Application Information

Sesame Studios YouTube Channel
An All-New YouTube Destination for Kids, From the Makers of Sesame Street! Sesame Studios features the same educational goodness as Sesame Street, but completely different. We are looking for fresh creative talent to dazzle and delight preschoolers. 
  • Position Type: Flexible
  • Eligibility: Must be 18 years or older and be submitting original content
  • Application Information 

Production Coordinator
Method Studios is currently in search of a Production Coordinator to join its Production team. The Production Coordinator is responsible for the assignment and tracking of tasks for assigned area of responsibility. They will facilitate the movement of shots between teams, coordinate daily reviews, and communicate status updates ensuring the delivery of shots on schedule.
  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Eligibility: BA or BS in film, art, communications, or related field strongly preferred. Minimum 3 years experience in visual effects production or feature animation
  • Application Information


FUNDING


**Digital Bolex Grant for Women Cinematographer**
The Digital Bolex Grant for Women Cinematographers offers approximately $10,000 worth of gear and accessories loaned on a rolling basis to any narrative short, music video, or feature film project to be shot by a female cinematographer. Recipients of the grant receive a loaned camera package for up to 21 production days.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Free
  • Eligibility: Grant is open only to productions that engage a female director of photography. Grant is only open to films shooting in the Continental United States.
  • Address: Digital Bolex, 707 S Broadway Suite #1223, Los Angeles, CA, 90014
  • Contact: +1 213 628 3191
  • Application Information
    

RESIDENCIES

NW Documentary Artist in Residence
As a center for non-fiction storytelling, NW Documentary seeks to encourage and foster documentary storytellers. The success of a creative, thriving environment is based on a variety of artists of different experience levels, working under one roof. The center is a place where upcoming storytellers gain inspiration, insight, and encouragement from experienced and established professionals. Likewise, active professionals benefit from a lively community consisting of support, creative exchange, and resources that would not be available to them as solo artists working from their homes. In addition to our regular workshops, internships, and volunteer opportunities, NW Documentary offers the Artist-in-Residence program to fulfill this need.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Free
  • When: Ongoing
  • Eligibility:  The Artist-in-Residence is an opportunity for non-fiction storytellers who have demonstrated a passion and commitment to their craft, an original artistic vision, and a desire to develop their work within a creative community. The term “non-fiction storytellers” is not exclusive to a single documentary medium, but may include: film/video, audio, photography, literary non-fiction, multi-media or other.
  • Address: 6 NE Tillamook, Portland, OR 97212
  • Contact: info@nwdocumentary.org    
  • Application Information

18th Street Arts Center
18th Street Arts Center values art making as an essential component of a vibrant, just, and healthy society. Its mission is “to provoke public dialogue through contemporary art making.” Founded in 1988, 18th Street Arts Center has fostered and supported the work of many of Los Angeles’ most engaging artists, and has built bridges to artist communities around the globe.
  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Application Fee: Yes
  • When: Ongoing
  • Eligibility:  The Visiting Artist Residency Program accepts applications from working, professional artists who demonstrate a deep commitment to their practices. The program is open to artists of all generations, nationalities, and disciplines. Applicants are required to cover studio rental costs themselves. Although we primarily support visual artists, 18th Street Arts Center will consider applications from performing artists, writers, and filmmakers as well.
  • Address: 1639 18th Street Santa Monica CA 90404
  • Contact:  (310) 453-3711 
  • Application Information

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7/24/2017

Coalition News & Opportunities




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Check out new events and announcements from our member orgs 
on our Blog any time
and new articles of interest about women in the arts and media 
on our Facebook Page.
Dear Member Org Members, Friends, and Supporters

The Women in the Arts & Media Coalition is pleased to make the following two announcements:
  • The newest member of our Executive Committee is the formidable   Beth-Ellen Keyes, who will be our first VP of Development. Beth-Ellen represents NYWICI on our Board of Representatives. With our upcoming award of the 2nd Elsa Rael VintAge Award to Terry Lawler, Executive Director of NYWIFT, and the pending Call for Submissions to our 2018 Collaboration Award, Beth-Ellen will be hitting the ground running. If you want to reach out to her regarding personal or organizational support for the Coalition, or to work with her on development, please email her at:
  • We also welcome our newest Affiliate Member Organization, TRU, Theater Resources Unlimited. With their membership in the Coalition, TRU will be offering discounts to any members of our member orgs who want to purchase a membership in TRU or to attend individual events. See the first offer from them below!
from the Dramatists Guild of America


For the entire month of August (until Labor Day), the Dramatists Guild has made its entire website open. This means for a limited time both members and non-members alike have access to:

from TRU - Theater Resources Unlimited

Recognizing Commercial Potential: 

Is This Show Worth Investing In?


Use code WAMC10 for $10 off! ($65 instead of $75 for non-members)


Visit this link for complete details and registration
(or paste https://truonline.org/events/investor-lab/ into your browser)


Saturday, July 29th, 2017, 2-6PM
The Playroom Theatre, 151 W. 46th Street

For anyone thinking about investing in theater. 
(And anyone who hopes to attract investors.)
An essential workshop for producers and investors, facilitated by attorney Eric S. Goldman, with a panel of commercial producers and investors offering their experience and observations. Panel will include William Franzblau, producer (TONY Nominated Best Play Say Goodnight Gracie, American Buffalo and Wonderland on Broadway, the tour of Little House on the Prairie the Musical; off-Broadway Sistas, Jewtopia, Evil Dead the Musical, Respect and Illuminate); Josh Goodman, producer (Rocky, Pippin, Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike); Jeremy Handelman, producer (On the Town, White's Lies, F#@king Up Everything); Cody Lassen, producer (Indecent, Significant Other, Deaf West Spring Awakening); James Simon (Hand to God, Something Rotten, Pippin). 
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It's every producer's job - to find investors for your production. Whether you are a self-producing artist looking for a lead producer to option your piece, a lead producer looking for co-producers and investors or a not-for-profit theater looking for enhancement funds, at some point you will have to sit down and make the case for why your show is the right investment.

In this invaluable and unprecedented program, an amazing lineup of commercial producers and investors will share their personal views on evaluating plays as investments. You will hear insider takes on how producers and investors determine the productions in which they want to participate as well as how they bring others on board, including methods for evaluating the structural integrity of the play itself, the production and creative teams, the financial plan for the initial commercial production, the possibility for downstream revenue and the potential competition. And you'll hear some stories about pitches that were wildly successful and epic failures.

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