Are you a playwright living in Orange County, California? Then you are eligible to submit work for the next edition of OC-centric: Orange County's New Play Festival, which will take place in August 2013 at Chapman University in Orange.
OC-centric consistently features "a roster of fine acting talent assembled from the county's storefront theater scene" (OC WEEKLY), actors and directors from the greater Los Angeles area and Chapman University students. In 2012, we produced a new full-length play by USC MFA grad and National New Play Network alum Megan Breen and a quartet of one-acts from OC dramatists John Lane, Sydney Nikols, Ken La Salle and Colleen Bevacqua.
We are reading full-length and one-act plays in consideration for the 2013 festival. The quality of plays that we receive will ultimately determine the shape of the program. It could be a pair of full-lengths, it could be a few one-acts. Whatever is best, we will produce.
Script submission details
• Submit scripts via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in PDF or MS Word format.
• Submission window closes Monday, February 4. Submissions after February 4 will not be considered.
• No submission fee.
• Playwrights will receive a small honorarium/royalty.
• No restrictions on language or subject matter, but no nudity.
• Sorry, no musicals.
• Plays should have casts of 12 or less and be producible in a black box theatre space with playing area of approximately 20' x 25'.
• Most of the characters in your play should be age 20-35, as Chapman University students will be playing some and perhaps all of the roles involved.
• Playwrights may submit 1 full-length play and/or 1 one-act play.
- Full-lengths = plays that run 60 minutes or longer.
- One-acts = plays that run 15-35 minutes.
• The playwright's name and contact information must appear on the title page of the script(s).
• Your primary residence must be within the borders of Orange County, CA.
Any questions may be directed to email@example.com. Information about the 2012 edition of OC-centric is at the website ... occentric.weebly.com.