2/01/2023

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PROJECT SUBMISSIONS

The Black Motherhood and Parenting New Play Festival 


Blackboard Plays and Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) partner to uplift the experiences of Black Parenthood. The Black Motherhood and Parenting New Play Festival was established to tell stories from and about Black artists with families. Since 2008, Blackboard Plays has been devoted to Black Playwrights throughout the African Diaspora. Blackboard Reading Series was incubated at Nancy Manocherian's the cell in Chelsea's Manhattan as a resident series for 10 years before Blackboard made its home in The Mary Rodgers Room at The Dramatists Guild in 2018. Feature Readings and Community Nights are two ways that Blackboard supports the development of new work by Black Playwrights. Blackboard was founded by Garlia Cornelia Jones. Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) is a national advocacy organization serving as a resource hub, community, and solutions generator for caregivers in the performing arts and media and the institutions who support them. PAAL created the first all-gender, all-discipline national PAAL Childcare Grants for individuals and institutions. PAAL has participated internationally in think tanks, on panels, and facilitated workshops on parenting in the arts at multiple gatherings, including the national TCG conferences, BroadwayCon, Actors Equity Association, Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, and the first national conversation on caregiving in the Latinx community at the Latinx Theatre Commons Annual Convening, Miami in Motion, in 2019. PAAL commits to anti-racist roots in structure, practice, policy, principle, and production, through Vertical 50/50, centering support on BIPOC artists, and gathering resources for active anti-racism in caregiver support. The Black Motherhood and Parenting New Play Festival (#BMPFest) is seeking new plays by Black Parent and caregiver playwrights for its upcoming theatre festival in the Fall of 2023. #BMPFest is open to those that identify as Black parents and caregivers #BMPFest is seeking stories centering the Black parenting and caregiving experience. This includes, but is not limited to stories from artists with family responsibilities. PAAL and Blackboard are transgender and non-binary affirming spaces. All language referencing "mother," "parent," "dad," "caregiver," and their derivatives include and refer to any individual who identifies with them.

o Deadline: February 10 

o Application Fee: No Fee 

o Eligibility:  Please submit up to 10 pages MAX of a play that you would develop into a One-Act (30 - 45 minutes.)

  • Six (6) Semi-Finalists will have a feature digital (zoom) reading as part of Blackboard Plays' 2023 Season.

  • Four (4) Finalists will develop their One-Act centering on the Black parenting and caregiving experience to premiere digitally during the Fall of 2023.Once selected, we will ask our 10-semifinalists to submit a full script for review.

  • We will then select our 4 finalists.

  • Between the start of rehearsal and your selection as a finalist, you will have the opportunity to expand upon your work.

  • Diverse Gender representation will be prioritized in the review and selection process.

  • Each produced play will have digital production elements and an assigned director.

  • Although we ask for a sample of 10-pages, this is not a 10-minute play festival. Video Submissions will not be accepted.

o Categories: One Acts 

o Submission Information 


Black Girlz Productions 


Black Girlz Productions is currently accepting submissions for our Love Letters to the Black Man (West Coast Edition). The deadline to submit is March 15, 2023. Small honorarium will be given to selected writers. We are seeking monologues or open letters to a black male on any topic. The word count max is 500 words. Writers can submit up to three monologues. Writers can submit monologues that have been previously produced.The selected work will be presented at a live reading. We are currently accepting global submissions.

o Deadline: March 15th 

o Application Fee: No Fee 

o Eligibility:  There are no restrictions on eligibility. There are no fees to submit. There are no participation fees. Send monologues to blackgirlzproductions@gmail.com. Make sure to include your name and email address with your submission

o Categories: Monologues 

o Contact: blackgirlzproductions@gmail.com

o Submission Information 


New York Theater Festival Spring/Summer Fest 

WELCOME TO THE BIGGEST AND MOST PRESTIGIOUS PLAYWRIGHT/MUSICAL FESTIVAL/COMPETITION IN THE UNITED STATES. WE ARE ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR OUR 20TH CONSECUTIVE SEASON TO OUR SUMMERFEST 2023. WE HOSTED MORE THAN 1,100 PRODUCTIONS SO FAR + 300 MUSICALS PLAYS – MUSICALS – FULL LENGTHS – ONE ACTS – SHORTS – SOLOS Submit your works to be among the plays and musicals in a Festival / Competition that is WOWING New Yorkers.

o When/Where: New York, NY 

o Deadline: TBD 

o Application Fee: No Fee 

o Eligibility: All genres/submissions accepted from playwright that live no further than 30 miles from Manhattan and provided they are between 5 and 90 minutes long. Productions must run with a complete cast and crew from NYC or 30 miles radios. Equity productions are welcome to participate. PLAYS AND MUSICALS SUBMITTED MUST BE UNPRODUCED, OR PRODUCED BEFORE 2017, IN WHICH CASE CAN ONLY PARTICIPATE WITH A COMPLETELY NEW CAST AND CREW

o Categories: Full-Length Plays, Musicals 

o Submission Information 


The Muse of Fire BIPOC Playwriting Festival 

The Atlanta Shakespeare Company is launching a new playwriting initiative for historically marginalized artists. The "Muse Of Fire Playwriting Festival'' invites playwrights of the global majority to create a full-length play that reimagines Shakespeare's themes and plots through the lens of BIPOC America. Script submissions will be accepted through spring 2023, and three finalists will be invited to Atlanta to see their scripts receive staged readings in summer 2023. The winning script will also receive a $5000 cash prize and a staged reading at the January 2024 Shakespeare Theatre Association Conference, hosted by the Atlanta Shakespeare Company. Three finalists will have staged readings of their scripts at the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse during the weekend of June 30 - July 2, 2023; The winning play will receive a prize of $5000.00 U.S., and the possible opportunity to further develop their script with the members of the Atlanta Shakespeare Company; Opening Date for this competition is October 15, 2022; Final Entry Date is April 15, 2023; Scripts will be adjudicated by a diverse panel of professional artists (including playwrights, actors, directors, producers, and stage managers), and will be judged on creativity, adherence to the theme, originality, and overall quality; Plays MUST BE NEW WORKS; scripts that have previously been published or produced will not be accepted; any play which has had more than one consecutive performance by a non-college or university theatre which charged admission and/or had a review will not be considered; furthermore, plays may not be under option, commissioned, or scheduled for professional production or publishing at the time of submission; Adaptations and collaborations may be considered (please note that the prize money will be awarded to the winning script, not each individual collaborator);

o When/Where: Atlanta, GA 

o Deadline: April 23rd 

o Application Fee: No Fee 

o Eligibility:  Plays MUST BE NEW WORKS; scripts that have previously been published or produced will not be accepted; any play which has had more than one consecutive performance by a non-college or university theatre which charged admission and/or had a review will not be considered; furthermore, plays may not be under option, commissioned, or scheduled for professional production or publishing at the time of submission;

o Categories: Full-Length Play, New Works 

o Contact: training@shakespearetavern.com

o Submission Information 


Constellation Stage & Screen

The Woodward/Newman Award is an exclusive honor offered by Constellation Stage & Screen, started through the support of Joanne Woodward, Newman's Own Foundation, and the Newman family, celebrating Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward's tremendous history of work on stage and screen. It presents the best unpublished play of the year with a cash prize of $3,000 and a full production as part of Constellation's Mainstage season. Please note that there are significant changes to our submission and selection process from previous years. In order to make the Woodward/Newman Award accessible to all, we have eliminated submission fees as well as the contest format. The Woodward/Newman Award will continue to be awarded to an unpublished new play once per year and come with a $3,000 cash prize and a full production. Submissions will be accepted and reviewed by our literary team on an ongoing basis, and will be considered for the award as well as for all 8 production slots in our season. So a play that is not selected for the Woodward/Newman slot in our season, may still be considered and selected for production. This will allow us to now accept open submissions for all types of plays (including TYA shows). Plays submitted prior to September 1 will be considered for the 2023-24 season, while plays submitted beyond that date will be considered for the 2024-25 Season. All submissions will be kept on file for 2 years after submission.

o When/Where: Bloomington, IN 

o Deadline: September 1

o Application Fee: $10 Administrative Fee 

o Eligibility: We are currently accepting submissions for the 2024-25 Woodward/Newman Award. The award recipient and finalists will be announced by May 15, 2024. The winner will be awarded $3,000 and a full production (including housing/transportation).

  • "Full-length" plays should have a complete running time of between 1 hour 15 minutes (75 minutes) to 2 hours 15 minutes (135 minutes). TYA shows should have a complete running time of over 40 minutes.

  • Plays submitted must be unpublished at the time of submission (independently published is acceptable).

  • Each play should be individually submitted at the following link: CONSTELLATION STAGE & SCREEN PLAY SUBMISSION.

  • You will be asked to submit your play as an attachment and all other information (bio, history, synopsis, character breakdown) will be entered into a form. Musical submissions may upload demos as an attachment or include a link to a shared folder.

  • Limit of 2 play submissions per year.

  • If you have any questions, please email literary@seeconstellation.org.

o Categories: New Works, Drama, Theatre 

o Address: 411 E 7th ST Bloomington, IN 47408

o Contact: literary@seeconstellation.org

o Submission Information 


Stay True Theatre Company

Stay True Theatre Company is a small theatre company based in New York City, founded in Summer 2019 in honor of World Pride by Andrew Victor Myers and Morgan Bartholick, following a one-off production benefitting Gay Men's Health Crisis. In 2020, Anne Karyna Bakan joined the administrative staff as the company's new Associate Artistic Director. Together, Andrew and Anne strive to produce and support work that embodies the vast medley of identities and groups that comprise the entire LGBTQIA+ community. At Stay True Theatre Company, we pride ourselves on creating, producing, and performing pieces of theatre by, for, and with the LGBTQIA+ community. We believe in staying true to who we are, and expressing identity through the arts opens the doors to understanding, acceptance and community.     

o When/Where: New York City

o Deadline: Rolling

o Application Fee: Free

o Eligibility: We are always accepting submissions for new work written by LGBTQIA+ playwrights. Send a PDF of your play, musical, devised manual or other written work. 

o Categories: New Works, theatre, imusica, comedy

o Contact: staytruetheatrecompany@gmail.com

o Submission Information 


Freshwater Theatre 

Freshwater Theatre prides itself on constantly working with new artists, expanding our family. We're always on the lookout for new scripts and new technical artists to work with.

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: Free

o Eligibility: While we certainly are interested in world premieres of new plays, we also are very interested in second and third productions of new works, as we believe this to be the key to finding the works that will propel theater into the future.
We will only respond to playwright submissions for plays that come into serious consideration for future production. We cannot give any specific time frame on if/when a response will be given.

o Categories: New Plays 

o Contact: info@freshwatertheatre.com

o Submission Information 


SCRIPT SUBMISSIONS

The Emerging Playwrights Program (EPP) seeks LGBTQ playwrights from the Mid-Atlantic Region


The Emerging Playwrights Program (EPP) is a 10-month virtual playwriting cohort. During this time, participants will read and give feedback on fellow cohort members' work, have access to professional development resources provided by the Collective, and work one-on-one with Strides's Resident Dramaturg Chaz T. Martin. The program culminates in a live, in-person reading of selections from the cohort's work in Philadelphia, where the Collective and other industry leaders will be present. It is a highly collaborative development process, meant to facilitate the growth of a finished draft of a play that could benefit from the resources provided. Please note that this program is an unpaid opportunity. Submissions are open NOW and will be accepted until 11:59pm on February 26th

o When/Where: Philadelphia, PA 

o Deadline: February 26

o Application Fee: None 

o Eligibility: The Strides Collective defines "emerging" as those playwrights whose work has not been produced professionally and is unpublished. The opportunity is open to queer-identifying playwrights who may be new to the play development process, and/or queer playwrights who have not yet developed their work with a specifically queer creative team.

  • Playwrights must be 18+ and reside in the Mid-Atlantic Region (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, or Maryland / the Metro D.C. Area), as a goal of the program is to foster the growth of a robust network of queer artists local to or near Philadelphia.

  • QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE PLAYS: Playwrights must submit a full draft of the play they would like to work on as part of the cohort. Though it does not need to be a final, polished draft, we are unable to consider applications that are still in the "concept" stage.

  • Plays must align with the mission of The Strides Collective ("...embrace the queer experience through authentic, modern, and innovative storytelling.")

    • We are seeking plays that require no more than five actors (doubling of parts may be considered) and are:

    • Based in realism and/or magical realism

    • Modern (Set in present day, or within the last few years/near future)

    • Original in content

    • Full length

  • We are not seeking plays that are:

    • Period pieces or works of historical fiction

    • Biographies of real people

    • Plays for Young Audiences

    • Musicals

o Categories: Plays 

o Contact: gmangala@stridescollective.com

o Submission Information 


Fade to Black 


Fade To Black Play Festival is groundbreaking! When we started we did so with the desire to create something “wonderful”! A team of local directors, actors, and volunteers used their talents to open doors of opportunity for emerging Black playwrights. Suddenly our humble play festival was on its feet and forging onward! From that moment on, we have never looked back!

o When/Where: Houston, TX 

o Deadline:​ April 1

o Application Fee: None 

o Eligibility:​ Ten Minute Plays: No fee is required.

  • No restriction of theme or genre.

  • Three (3) play are allowed per playwright.

  • Selected playwright winners will be awarded a cash prize.

  • Full production costs provided.

  • Theme preference: The Wonder of Life

  • Preferred genre of scripts: Comedy

  •  No fee is required.

  • Three (3) monologues are allowed per playwright.

  • Selected playwright winners will be awarded a cash prize. 

  • Full production costs provided.​

o Categories:​ Short Plays, Monologues

o Contact: fade2blackfest@gmail.com 

o Submission Information


Sixth Annual Ivoryton Women Playwrights Festival


The Ivoryton Playhouse have announced its Sixth Annual Ivoryton Women Playwrights Festival. They are seeking submissions of one-act plays by women playwrights. The IWPF provides the 4 writers whose work is chosen, paid travel to Ivoryton and housing while here, 3 days of intensive workshops with a director and actors for play development and participation in a staged reading festival that will take place October 25-28, 2023. Writers will also receive a $500 stipend. Ten minute plays are acceptable, and all plays must run no more than one hour. The theatre will be accepting completed manuscripts by email only until June 1st, 2023.

o When/Where: Ivoryton, CT 

o Deadline: June 1 

o Application Fee: None 

o Eligibility: Interested playwrights should email a completed manuscript, (for musicals include a script and links to music), with name and contact info. The Ivoryton Women Playwrights' Festival is also seeking resumes from directors (CT residents only), and those interested in being readers, both men and women. Play submissions, and resumes from directors and readers should be emailed to Jacqui Hubbard, Artistic Director jhubbard@ivorytonplayhouse.org.

o Categories: One-Act 

o Contact: jhubbard@ivorytonplayhouse.org 

o Submission Information 



StageWorks Theatre Group 2023

The production will have auditioned actors, directors chosen by committee, producers, stage managers, ushers, ticket takers, and tech crew. 2023 Annual One-Act Playwriting Jamboree Terms and Conditions. Writers are encouraged to submit their one-act plays (with a running time of 20 minutes or less) by Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Entries will be judged on plot, character development, dialogue and overall quality by a committee of three to five. Directors will be chosen by the committee. Between 6 and 10 winners will receive the prize of a staged production of his or her play at the StageWorks One Act Jamboree, which will be held during the summer of 2023 at StageWorks Studio 237.

o When/Where: Pompton Lakes, NJ 

o Deadline: March 1 

o Application Fee: Please send manuscripts and enclose your $20 reading fee (waived for members of Dramatists Guild) (checks made payable to StageWorks Theatre Group, INC.)

o Eligibility: Writers are encouraged to submit their one-act plays (with a running time of 20 minutes or less) by Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Entries will be judged on plot, character development, dialogue and overall quality by a committee of three to five. Directors will be chosen by the committee. Between 6 and 10 winners will receive the prize of a staged production of his or her play at the StageWorks One Act Jamboree, which will be held during the summer of 2023 at StageWorks Studio 237.

o Categories: Musicals, Plays 

o Submission Information 


Live & In Color 

Musical Theatre: Live & In Color is looking for playwrights, composers, and lyricists of color and/or other underrepresented communities interested in developing their new musical. The selected musical submission will have a two-week workshop in the fall at The Bingham Camp in Salem, Connecticut culminating in a staged presentation to an invited audience. 

o When/Where: Salem, CT 

o Deadline: February 15 

o Application Fee: No Fee 

o Eligibility: The musical must be able to be performed with 4 actors or less. All submissions should include:

  • Single page synopsis

  • Single page character breakdown

  • Demo of score (2-3 songs)

  • Sample of dialogue (~10 pages)

  • Brief production/development history (properties with prior full productions not accepted.)

  • The Play must be able to be performed with 2 actors.

    • All submissions should include:

    • Short (5-page max) writing sample/excerpt in PDF format

o Categories: Musicals, Plays 

o Contact: dennis@liveandincolor.org

o Submission Information 


Carlos Annoni International Playwriting Prize 


The Carlo Annoni International Playwriting Prize is now open for submission of short and full-length plays with topics concerning the LBGTQ+ community, including love, diversity and identity in a time of gender fluidity. We are willing to accept both full-length plays and short plays. We accept plays already represented. €1000 awarded to two best plays (one in English and one in Italian) and special jury mentions on multiple categories. The aware ceremony will take place in September 2023 in Milan.

o When/Where: Milan, IT 

o Deadline: April 30

o Application Fee: No Fee 

o Eligibility: Send your submission to info@premiocarloannoni.eu.

o Categories: Full-Length Plays 

o Submission Information 


Manhattan Repertory Theatre Play Production Program 

Self-Produce a production of your best play in New York City as live theatre comes back to life in this New Renaissance of Theatre. We will do all the work, from hiring a production team and staff, to casting, directing, building costumes, set design, lighting design, payroll and more. From 3 performances to 20 performances for one simple Production Fee. Pre-Pandemic, 2017 - 2019, we produced 60 plays in Midtown Manhattan for playwrights all over the world. Production time frames available: Late Autumn 2021, Winter/Spring 2022.Currently, as we move back into production in New York City, we are only accepting Full-Length plays and Musicals - 60 to 150 minutes. Production fees range from $12,000 to $50,000 depending on the "size" of your production, scenic elements, and the number of performances.                             

o Deadline: TBD

o Application Fee: None

o Eligibility: If you are serious about self-producing your play in New York City, please forward us: An email cover letter with information about you and your work. your play attached as a .pdf, an attached Synopsis of your play, with the approximate running time, and your set, lighting and costume requirements.

o Categories: Full Length Plays, New Plays

o Contact: manhattanrep@yahoo.com

o Submission Information 


The Rep New Works Festival

Currently, we accept full-length play submissions for season consideration and our upcoming New Works Festival.

o Deadline: Ongoing 

o Application Fee: Free

o Eligibility: Please email plays to the Artistic team with the subject line: "Submission: TITLE OF PLAY."

In the body of the email, please include:

• A brief synopsis of the play

• The development history of the play

• A brief, personal bio

Submissions made under these guidelines may be sent to The Rep by email.

o Categories: (musical, play, one-act, 10-minute, etc.)

o Address: 130 Edgar Road St. Louis, Missouri 63119

o Contact: 314-968-7340 PLAYSUBMISSION@REPSTL.ORG 

o Submission Information 


Shubert Fendrich Memorial Playwriting Contest 

To encourage the development of quality theatrical materials for the educational, community and children's theatre markets, Pioneer Drama Service is proud to sponsor the annual Shubert Fendrich Memorial Playwriting Contest.

This is an ongoing contest, with a winner selected by June 1 each year from all eligible submissions received the previous year.  All eligible plays accepted for publication will be considered contest finalists, from which the winner will be selected.  The contest winner will receive a $1,000 royalty advance in addition to publication.

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: None

o Eligibility: You can start the submission process by contacting us here.

  • We will only consider manuscripts with a running time between 20 and 90 minutes.

  • Submissions must be family friendly in both subject and language. NO cursing. NO explicitly adult content.

  • We prefer casts that are either balanced or favoring females. The more gender neutral roles, the better.

  • We favor plays and musicals with ensemble casts, where more than just a few have a chance to shine.

  • Plays with elaborate set, costume or technical requirements are not appealing because of the limited resources of many of our customers. Pictures, sketches or descriptions of your vision are always helpful.

  • We recommend your submissions have had at least one production or reading, hopefully staged. We feel this fundamental field test is necessary before a play can be considered for publication since plays are created for the purpose of performance.

  • Manuscripts must be computer-printed in dark ink. We do not require specific formatting. However, your efforts to ensure your script is free of misspellings and typos will help the submissions editor.

  • We hope that Pioneer Drama is your first choice as a publisher, and we encourage you to submit to us exclusively. However, we do accept simultaneous submissions with the understanding that you will accept the first contract you're offered and not use the situation to seek multiple offers from which to choose. If you receive another offer, please notify us immediately so we may rescind your submission.

  • The following information must accompany your submission or query:

  • 100-200 word synopsis.

  • Cast list that indicates the number of female roles, the number of male roles and the number of roles that can be performed by either gender. We do not accept one-person shows.

  • Running time.

  • CD and/or score for musicals. We appreciate the opportunity to hear the music, if possible.

  • Set design(s). Please feel free to provide diagrams and/or pictures.

  • Proof of production or staged reading (i.e., review, program, etc.) A DVD of your performance is ideal, though not required.

  • Age of intended audience.

  • A self-addressed envelope of sufficient size with appropriate postage for the return of your materials. We will NOT return manuscripts or accompanying material if this is not included.

  • Cover letter and/or resume.

o Categories: family friendly

o Address: Pioneer Drama Service, Inc. Attn: Submissions Editor PO Box 4267

Englewood, CO 80155-4267

o Contact: https://www.pioneerdrama.com/ContactUs.asp?ID=6

o 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).                                      

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: None

o 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

o Categories: Full Length Plays, New Plays

o Contact: 212.421.1380

o Submission Information 


ONSTAGE Audition 

The Lion King (Broadway/Nat'l Tour #3) - NYC ECC Female-identifying Dancers (02.09.23)


Equity actors for Female-identifying chorus dancer parts in the Broadway and National Tour of THE LION KING. Ensemble: strong female identifying dancers with a modern/ballet dance background—late teens to early 30's. NOTE: We will definitely be hiring replacements for all North American companies from these auditions. WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE DANCERS OF ALL CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS TO ATTEND THIS CALL.

o Deadline: February 9

o Location: Pearl Studios NYC 500 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018 Sign In: Studio 304

o Breakdown: Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer's mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer's masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms.

o Pay: $2323 Weekly Minimum 

o Audition Information 


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


BACKSTAGE 

Operations Manager, Iris Cantor Theatre, NYU 

Establish and lead the communication and cooperation between Tisch and Steinhardt on behalf of their performing arts departments for the shared use and management of the Iris Cantor Theater and associated facilities in the 181 Mercer building. Oversee day-to-day operations. Manage operational, technical, and audience-related aspects of events. Orient facility users to safety, technical characteristics, and other guidelines of facility operations. Ensure proper training procedures are in compliance with University standards. Send regular reports regarding theater use, maintenance and equipment needs, annual budget requests and ongoing budget status reports, etc. to the Cantor Theater Management Committee. Supervise technical and front of house staff.

o Qualifications: 5+ years relevant experience with theatrical productions and concert management, stage management, and staff supervision or an equivalent combination.

  • Preferred Experience: 5+ years Working with a wide range of event production abilities and administering budgets. Experience as a Production Manager of LORT, Broadway or university theater.

  • Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Ability to work independently and make informed, on-the-spot decisions, and resolve conflicts. Ability to provide technical training to a non-technical audience. Excellent customer service and written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, depending on production and event schedule. Demonstrates commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment.

  • Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of Americans with Disabilities Act compliance issues.

o Salary:  $60,000 - $90,000

o Submission Information


Director of Production, Manhattan Theatre Club 

The Director of Production reports directly to the Executive Producer and General Manager and is instrumental in all aspects of MTC's production department, Facilities and Capital Improvements. The Director of Production works directly with every play's creative team, to facilitate the realization of their designs. The Director of Production is a member of MTC's senior staff working closely on season planning, budget planning, and management of the Production staff. The Director of Production will oversees the pre-production, production, and post-production process for MTC's Season while adhering to established parameters, schedules and budgets. Primary duties include managing all production elements and logistics, hiring and supervising union and non-union production staff, production payroll, accounting and budgeting, scheduling production and theatre resources, operations and maintenance for three facilities. This position works closely with MTC Staff, directors, designers, stage managers, technical crews, consultants and vendors. Critical for success in this position is the ability to work in concert with others, manage staff and track multiple short term and long term projects at once.

o Responsibilities: Hire, train and supervise the Production Management staff

  • Hire and oversee all Production departments including Production department heads and Union Crews across three theatres. 

  • Work with the Artistic Producing Team, Executive Producer, Finance Director and General Management team on season planning, scheduling and budgeting.

  • Act as the liaison between the Production and administrative departments.

  • Create and implement all season scheduling related to production: season calendars, rehearsal and tech schedules, design deadlines, etc. Advise on most appropriate scheduling of events within the MTC production schedule.
    Budget responsibility for all production areas including material, rental and labor budgets. This includes the preparation of the annual budgets for production areas.

  • Collaborate with directors, designers and MTC Artistic Staff to insure the artistic vision of each production remains within the available resources of time, budget, and personnel. 

  • Oversee and run and attend all production related meetings as well as monitor the progress of each Production sub-department throughout the production process in concert with the Production Management Team. 

  • Confirm each production is well archived.

  • Approve use of production spaces and provide technical support for all special events, building rentals, and non-production activities with Friedman Theatre

  • Manager or Landlords. 

  • Process weekly payroll for Production staff. 

  • Work closely with Artistic and Development staff on the planning and production of the annual Fall Benefit, Spring Gala and other special events when production support or space is needed.

  • Coordinate all PR requests requiring production support with the Marketing Department. 

  • Work closely with other members of the senior staff on long range planning in order to achieve the overall goals of the Manhattan Theatre Club. 

  • Represent Production staff at Board meetings.

  • Maintain a healthy and safe and respectful working environment.

o Salary:  $130,000 - $150,000

o Submission Information


Senior Manager, Workforce Development Program, The Public Theater


The Public Theater, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit theatres, seeks an experienced individual to join the organization as the Senior Manager, Workforce Development Programs. This person will develop, manage, and support the institution's programing supporting Talent and Workforce Development and will collect, process, and manage data related to these programs. This position reports to the Senior Director of Human Resources. 

o Requirements:  Develop and manage the Fellowship and Internship program including Summer Internships, Season-long Fellowships, Partnerships with Universities, colleges, and social service organizations, and Apprenticeships 

  • Develop the program to be in line with The Public's Strategic and Cultural Transformation Priorities, including recruitment, hiring, onboarding, industry engagement and professional development. 

  • Foster and maintain relationships with representatives at arts organizations, schools, social services partners and other institutions to establish a talent pipeline of culturally engaged and demographically diverse candidates. 

  • In collaboration with other HR Team colleagues, provide primary support regarding the recruitment, application review, interviews, hiring, and orientation of fellow/intern candidates. 

  • Schedule and facilitate weekly professional development for fellow/intern cohorts. 

  • Schedule and host institutional and industry guests to attend fellow/intern cohort meetings. 

  • Serve as mentor to cohorts throughout the program duration and beyond. 

  • Facilitate participant-directed learning opportunities including meetings, workshops and speaker sessions. 

  • Supervise Fellow/Intern Educational Projects and create a presentation forum for these projects. 

  • Liaise with Fellow/intern supervisors from each department. 

  • Coordinate relevant data from current and former Fellow/intern cohorts. 

  • Develop and support ongoing relationships with program alumni. 

  • Collaborate with Human Resources colleagues to identify and coordinate interdepartmental learning opportunities for program participants. 

  • Communicate with school representatives, external partners, and The Public's staff via zoom, email, and in-person meetings to administer programming. 

  • Create, maintain, and update all marketing and social media materials for programming and events in coordination with The Public's Communications department. 

  • Foster and maintain relationships with comparable programs at arts organizations. 

  • Represent The Public at arts education conferences, workshops, and other events. 

o Compensation:  This is an exempt full-time position, according to the Fair Labor Standards Act with an annual salary of $75,000.  This is a hybrid position with some flexibility – however the successful candidate will need to be on-site at least 2-3 days per week, with additional in-person events as needed.  Some evening and weekend hours are required. 

o Submission Information


Manhattan Repertory Theatre Play Production Program For Actos 

Isn't it time that you star in a play that will take your career to the next level? Stop wasting your time seeking work and get to work. Years ago, they labelled a self-produced play starring the actor who is producing it, a "vanity production." (There are even some dramatic organizations that still use this antiquated, ridiculous term.) At Manhattan Rep, we call it: SMART. You can wait to get that role, or you can self-produce the perfect vehicle tailor-made for you. We will build it for you, handle all the details of the production and direct you in the play of your dreams. You can star in any play you want, as long as the rights are available for production in New York City! Manhattan Rep has always been about self-production for the truth of the matter is, to create anything in life, you have to take responsibility for making it happen! We are currently booking productions for 2023. It's time to be smart. Take responsibility for getting your work out into the world. We will build your production, and, we will do it beautifully!

o Deadline: TBD

o Application Fee: None

o Eligibility: Please put "Play Production Program For Actors" in the subject heading of your email.

o Categories: Full Length Plays, New Plays

o Contact: manhattanrep@yahoo.com

o Submission Information 


Milwaukee Repertory Theatre 

o Seeking: Associate Director of Marketing & Associate Producer: Literary & New Play Development

o Location: Milwaukee, WI 

o Website: https://www.milwaukeerep.com 

For more information: https://www.milwaukeerep.com/about/work-us/jobs/?fbclid=IwAR2lXyj99fIOhY8MmQ5n4XRveG1wEqPl2mL_9w7A1-WVpLoZhqwUDc-2Crc

Milwaukee Repertory Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values and encourages a diverse workforce. We invite you to review jobs that are currently available. 

Full-time employee benefits include health, dental and voluntary vision and disability insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement plan; parking programs and complimentary tickets.

Application Instructions

Send your letter, resume and salary history (PDF or Word attachments only) to the email address listed in the job listing.



Oregon Shakespeare Festival 

o Seeking: Assistant Sound Engineer, Director of Audience Experience, Marketing Operation, Coordinator, etc.. 

o Location: Ashland, Oregon

o Website: https://www.osfashland.org

For more information: https://www.osfashland.org/work-with-us?fbclid=IwAR2cqx7fSs1YYwa2I86SMVxJjZ8ns4ba2RqsEr51mMKIVWdiIL7ByQ4Lv8U

Located in the beautiful Rogue Valley of southern Oregon, the Tony Award-Winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival presents a season of eleven plays in rotating repertory across three theatres between the months of February and October. Additionally, OSF offers extensive educational opportunities to students, teachers, and theatregoers of all ages during our performance season.

We offer employment and career opportunities in a wide range of positions (acting, other performing opportunities, scenery, costumes, lighting, marketing, finance, etc.). We encourage you to check our website regularly for openings.


Two River Theater

Two River Theater annually produces a theatrical season that includes American and world classics, new plays and musicals, programs for young people, and festivals of new work. Each year, we also offer 40+ events that reflect our diverse community of Red Bank, New Jersey. Two River celebrates and honors our core values of Artistic Excellence; Education and Community Engagement; Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; and Operational Excellence. Anyone who joins our team quickly becomes part of putting all of our initiatives into action day in and day out. Two River Theater is led by Artistic Director John Dias and Managing Director Michael Hurst.Two River Theater is dedicated to the goal of building an equitable and culturally diverse work environment and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.

o Seeking: Associate Director of Marketing, Assistant Technical Director, Associate Director of Education, Education Programs Director, Director of Finance, General Manager 

o Location: Red Bank, NJ

o Website: https://tworivertheater.org/jobs/


The Kate Spade New York Foundation

o To honor Kate Spade's legacy of empowering and inspiring women and girls, the National Council for Behavioral Health is excited to provide complimentary Mental Health First Aid trainings to communities throughout the five boroughs of New York City and New Jersey and in partnership with organizations that specifically support these populations. 

What is Mental Health First Aid?

Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, you learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help.

The National Council for Behavioral Health shares Kate Spade New York Foundation's belief in "the power of women to transform their communities" through empowerment.  In support of this mission, we are offering through a competitive application process, select Mental Health First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings, fully funded!  

o Location: New York, NY 

o Website

o Application information

For more Offstage opportunities, visit OffStageJobs.com and Playbill.com.



FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES 

Playwrights Realm Writing Fellowship & Scratchpad Series 2023


The Writing Fellowship is at the heart of what we do: helping writers write. Four early-career playwrights receive nine months of resources, readings and feedback designed to help them reach their professional and artistic goals. The culminating event of the program is our INK'D Festival, which features public readings of each Fellows' play.  Scratchpad Series jumpstarts The Realm's relationship with early-career playwrights from around the country. Participants will spend a week in New York City for a developmental reading of their play with top-notch professional collaborators—director, cast, and The Realm's artistic staff. If the playwright is based outside of New York, The Realm will provide travel and housing or per die

o Deadline: February 13 

o Application Fee: None 

o Eligibility:  Live within commuting distance to Midtown Manhattan, and be able to make it to regular evening writers meetings, rehearsals, and events. Have a script that would benefit from a nine-month, intensive development  process.

o Application Information


Artslink International Fellowship 


The ArtsLink International Fellowship program prioritizes applicants whose social practices seek to actively engage communities on issues related to the current climate emergency and human rights. We will actively encourage artists and arts leaders whose work is making a vital contribution to furthering people's awareness, understanding, and active participation in environmental and/or social justice issues. Additionally, we will prioritize artists recently displaced from or still working in Afghanistan and Ukraine.

o Deadline: January 16 (Letter of Inquiry and Artist Biography), February 23 (Full Application) 

o Application Fee: None 

o Eligibility: CEC ArtsLink welcomes applications from contemporary artists, curators, and arts leaders whose work is shaped by community engagement and social practice strategies, and informed by our most urgent local and global issues. We welcome applications from artists of any generation and invite those with both traditional and non-traditional artistic backgrounds. Applicants must be citizens of one of our network countries. If you are living outside the region, please indicate where you are currently based. Please note that an ability to communicate both verbally and in written English will be essential to success in the program. Undergraduate students and research scholars are not eligible. Arts leaders/curators must be affiliated with an arts organization in the non-commercial sector or work as individual independent arts professionals. Artists seeking placement in commercial firms are ineligible. ArtsLink International Fellows from prior years are not eligible to reapply.

o Application Information


Steven Schwartzberg Grants for Mental Health & Wellness

Writers are the beating heart of theater, whom we rely upon to take us on journeys and inspire us to think. During these unprecedented times, DGF has created the Steven Schwartzberg Grants to provide financial support for mental health and wellness services for writers. To help connect writers to therapists, DGF has partnered with Advekit, an online therapist matching service, to expand access to mental health support that might be out of your reach.

Please complete the form to receive $1,000 toward therapy through Advekit, courtesy of DGF.

If you already have a therapist or are seeking mental wellness support other than Western talk therapy, DGF is working on ways to support you in your wellness.

Information


NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA)

The NYC DCLA is dedicated to supporting and strengthening New York City's vibrant cultural life. Among our primary missions is to ensure adequate public funding for non-profit cultural organizations, both large and small, throughout the five boroughs.

They have many grants tailored to the needs of artists living and working in the city throughout the year.

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: Free

o Eligibility: Independent Artists and Groups

o Address: New York City Department of Cultural Affairs 31 Chambers Street New York, New York 10007

o Contact: 212.513.9300

o Application Information 


SubletSeries@HERE Program

This creative curated rental program has allowed many upstart companies and emerging artists to realize their full artistic vision on a small budget. The program provides subsidized performance and rehearsal space, technical assistance, and administrative support, including a fully staffed box office. SubletSeries@HERE artists can also access equipment that is not typically available in venues our size such as video projectors, wireless microphones, color scrollers—all for free or at subsidized rates. We accept applications from artists all over the world for the opportunity to show work.

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: Free

o Eligibility: Independent Artists and Groups

o Address: HERE Program 145 Sixth Ave New York, NY 10013

o Contact: 212.647.0202

o Application Information 


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.

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: Free

o Eligibility: Arts, culture, and humanities in greater Los Angeles region

o Address: 2000 Avenue of the StarsSuite 1000S Los Angeles, CA 9006

o Contact: info@annenberg.org

o Application Information 



RESIDENCIES 

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.

o Deadline: Ongoing

o Application Fee: $25

o When: 2-8 weeks

o 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.

o Address: Artcroft Center for Arts and Humanities 2075 Johnson Rd. Carlisle, KY 40311

o Contact: artcroft@msn.com

O Application Information



Other Resources 

NOTE: For more resources, visit our pages of Resources - Funding, Submissions, and more.

NYFA SOURCE - The New York Foundation for the Arts maintains the most comprehensive national directory of awards, services and publications for artists in the NYFA Source section of their website.


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