Script Submissions – Scene It! New York
SCENE IT! New York
A musical theatre competition featuring the best talents of up and coming writers, composers, lyricists in a special one night only performance in the heart of New York City. The competition’s winning team is determined by a panel of celebrity judges and industry professionals who adjudicate and critique each scene. The chosen team will receive a grant to assist in the future development of their project in addition to receiving the prestigious SCENE IT! New York trophy.
In its second annual year, SCENE IT! New York Competition is the most unique musical theatre competition of its kind, garnering lots of press and industry attention. According to the producers “Our hope is to offer a platform for undiscovered writers to introduce their work to the general public as well as industry professionals who may be able to offer them advice and potential opportunities to help advance their careers while hearing what the voices of TOMORROW’S THEATER have to say, TODAY!"
Submissions, nationwide, for the second annual SCENE IT! New York Competition to be held in September 2011.
Submitted scenes cannot be longer than 10 minutes in length and must be from a completed musical that has not been published, produced, or performed. Any submissions over 10 minutes in length will be disqualified. Please check out www.SceneItCompetition.com for complete entry details.
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HOW TO APPLY:
Early Registration Deadline: April 29, 2011
Non-refundable $40 Application Fee
Final Registration Deadline: May 27, 2011
Non-refundable $50 Application Fee
Send certified check, cashiers check, or money order payable to:
On Que Entertainment
c/o Scene It! New York
279 W. 117th St. Suite 2M
New York, N.Y. 10026
SCENE IT! New York is produced by On Que Entertainment and Pluto Productions. Ryan Blanchard is the Artistic Director and Michael T. Clarkston is the General Manager.
For more information, guidelines and to print out your registration form visit www.SceneItCompetition.com
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