The Five and Dime Drama Collective is now accepting play submissions for the Fall 2019 performance series in Eureka Springs.
We are looking for 10-minute plays that have not been previously performed on stage. Submissions may be made through June 30, 2019.
One play per playwright may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidelines for script submissions for our Fall 2019 Performance Series:
WHAT: We are looking for new (not previously produced) short dramatic performance scripts that are compelling and thought provoking as well as entertaining. Scripts must fit a 10 minute format. Several works will be presented in the series. Works in progress will be accepted.
WHEN: Deadline for script submission is June 30, 2019. Workshop candidates will be identified by the end of July. The selected scripts will be performed in Eureka Springs at the Five & Dime Drama Collective Fall Performance Series in November.
WHO: One play may be submitted by an author. Authors must be willing and able to collaborate in the development of the work as part of the creative team. This will involve attending at least the first several rehearsals in Eureka Springs (unless otherwise arranged).
HOW: Any of the standard stage formats are acceptable. Title, author's name and page number should appear on each page. Contact information and a brief bio must be included in the cover email. Scripts should be electronically submitted in .doc or .pdf format to FiveAndDimeDrama@gmail.com.
ABOUT US: Five & Dime Drama Collective was established by a group of Eureka Springs authors, actors and artists, including Director Larry Horn and local playwright Tom Gorsuch. Kenn Woodard is our Executive Creative Producer. We seek works that challenge our audiences intellectually and artistically. We do not limit content or language. At this time, we produce only work by and intended for adults, and only in English. We provide publicity throughout Northwest Arkansas and handle venue arrangements in Eureka Springs.
We are in our fourth season. Our past performances have included a multimedia play, a poetry slam showcase, ten minute plays, and a lyric poem adapted to the stage. We encourage the use of varied disciplines and genres (prose, poetry, rap, etc.). We prefer work with an emphasis on language rather than musicals, although weaving music, movement or other artistic elements into the performance is encouraged.