Check out our monthly round-up of playwriting submission opportunities with upcoming deadlines, always with no submission fees! Happy applying!
She ATL Summer Theater Festival
Deadline: December 15
SheNYC, a company that empowers women writers to self-produce their work in a safe environment, with subsidized costs and mentorship along the way, brings their festival to a new city! She ATL will work with Georgia-based, women writers to co-produce their shows, by handling logistics and technical matters.
The Croft Residency: Crojik’s Largesse
Deadline: December 15
Crojik’s Largesse, is a fund celebrating the beauty and nuance of language. It consists of up to $1,200 for the creation of a new work based on the celebration of language. The recipient does not have to be in residence at The Croft, but must share their work within the Northern Michigan area.
Elsewhere Studio's Family Residency
Deadline: December 16
An artist residency program in Paonia CO, hosting artists from around the world to have time and space to focus on their work in a unique and supportive environment. Accepted artists have the choice to bring their spouse/ partner and children or come on their own. They are provided with living and studio space, and are awarded a stipend of $1000 for a 10 day residency.
Art Garage's TGNC Playwright Series
Deadline: December 29
This series provides Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming playwrights a chance to hear their work aloud in a comfortable and professional environment. Additionally, cisgendered playwrights may submit work that involves the Transgender+ experience. Art Garage produces, casts, and caters the reading. Readings will be followed by a discussion, moderated by Art Garage, in which the playwright may ask questions and receive feedback to help aid the writing process.
The Maison Baldwin Writers-in-Residence Program
Deadline: December 31
Shortly before James Baldwin passed away, he told close friends in Saint-Paul de Vence that he dreamed of seeing his beloved house made into a writers' colony. Writers in residence are hosted at La Maison Baldwin Residence for Writers, a house in the historic center of St. Paul de Vence, to pursue their current creative project. The fellowship includes a $700 travel stipend and is open to emerging writers working in the spirit of James Baldwin. Eligible to apply are poets, playwrights, essayists and fiction writers with no more than one published book or staged production.