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    The Southern Playwrights Competition seeks to identify and encourage the best of Southern play writing. An annual award of $1,000 will be presented to the first-prize winner, as well as a consideration for production by the Jacksonville State University Department of Drama. Southern Playwrights Competition reserves the right to use the name of the play and the author's name in all publicity and promotions. See website for details.
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    The prize-winning one-act play winner receives a $500 prize and travel support to attend the prize play production at the Georgia College campus (usually in March.)
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    The Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women was founded by Yellow Rose Productions, with permission of Beth Henley, to encourage and recognize the new works of female playwrights. The Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women aims to give voice to the stories of this generation and to bring into the spotlight important works that have been crafted. See website for details.
  • Oxford, MS
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    Theatre Oxford is formed, organized and operated exclusively as a community theatrical group for the purpose of instituting, promoting and maintaining a community theatre for the enjoyment, entertainment and education of the public through the production and presentation of live stage performances and other ancillary and derivative activities. It is a community theatre dedicated to bringing dramatic art to the Oxford/Lafayette/University community through readings, demonstrations, workshops and productions. We are committed to developing new works as well as traditional themes for children...
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