In a world… where kids rule the woods and sharks roam the beach. Where no high dive is too high and no bikini too low. Where sunburns outlive true love.
This summer… one theatre company… will challenge you to confess what you really did on your summer vacation. So we can put it on stage for everyone to see.
And in the grand tradition of the back of math class and that first back-to-school essay, lies are encouraged.
Submit to Panglossian Productions’ Pop Up Theater, an annual performance of ten-minute work.
The 2014 theme is What I Did On My Summer Vacation
Submission deadline: July 1
Length: 10 pages or fewer
Please send the script and a brief bio or resume to email@example.com
Pop Up Theater is an annual performance of original ten-minute plays. Plays range from fully staged scenes to book-in-hand readings. The intent is for artists to get a work on its feet, in front of an audience, and see where it goes. The theme of each Pop Up Theater allows artists to find inspiration for a new story, focus an idea that has been stewing for a while, or dust off an old scene for a new life. The plays can be monologues, poems, skits, excerpts from larger plays, musical pieces, movement or dance, even performance art – as long as they fit the theme. You provide the work, and we’ll help you with directors and actors. The performance will be staged for a live audience and will be live streamed on-line via HowlRoundTV on August 31.