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NEXT ACT! New Play Summit 3 Call for Entries

Submissions are now being accepted for Capital Repertory Theatre’s Third Annual
NEXT ACT! New Play Summit!

NEXT ACT! is an expansion of Capital Repertory Theatre’s… 341 more words

Playwriting

The value of staged readings vs static readings

Last night we opened the Left Out Festival with a staged reading of Michelle Ramoni’s play “No River Between Us”. The play was beautifully written, directed and cast (I get to play the plum role of Bonnie, too. 284 more words

“Shakespeare, Elizabeth I, and Roland Emmerich’s Anonymous”

Edel Semple’s paper is an examination of the depiction of Shakespeare in Roland Emmerich’s film Anonymous. 1,062 more words
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Write Now playwright wins place on BBC Writersroom 10

The Jack Studio is pleased to announce that playwright Carol Vine has won a place on the prestigious BBC Writersroom 10 programme.

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New Writing

Introducing Guest Judge Nancy Morrison

1 Act Play Writing Contest

April 1st – June 1st

Infinite Pathways is proud to introduce our 2nd guest judge for this year’s play writing competition… 294 more words

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How Do You Support the Arts?

Every artist was first an amateur. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

What is art to you?

It could be a photograph, a movement piece, a song, a poem, a painting, a drawing, a garden, a novel.  

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Writing

Actors: Looking for Practice in Cold Readings?

An actor friend recently tossed around the idea of a new play workshop. She’s not a playwright. She just wanted to rehearse.

“I have to do cold readings all the time at auditions,” she told me, “and I never have a chance to practice.” New works mean a chance for her to read scenes for the first time, just like at auditions. 583 more words

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