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  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Eggtooth Editions is an independent press that holds an annual chapbook contest. Winners of the contest are published and receive 20 copies of their chapbook. All genres are accepted. See our Contest Page for more details. We are proudly affiliated with the Northern Arizona Book Festival.
  • Accepted plays will be published in a collection of shorts by the theatre and sold beginning on the show dates.
  • Winding Road Theater Ensemble, located in Tucson, Arizona, was established in 2009 by Dramatist Guild member Toni Press-Coffman, among others. Winding Road is dedicated to performing and developing new works along with producing contemporary and classic plays. We are opening submissions for our third annual ten minute play festival.
  • Tucson, AZ
    The mission of the American Literary Translators Association is to support the work of literary translators, advance the art of literary translation, and serve translators, and the students, teachers, publishers, and readers of literature in translation.
  • Tucson, AZ
    The National Latine Playwrights Award has foreshadowed the powerful impact of Latine playwrights in the U.S., celebrating the voice of the playwright and the simple beauty of the word. Latine playwrights must live in the United States, its territories, or Mexico. Scripts may be in English, Spanish, or a combination of the two (Spanish scripts must be accompanied by an English translation). Plays must be unpublished, professionally unproduced, and not currently under option at the time of submission. The winner of the National Latine Playwrights Award will receive $2,500 and a developmental...
  • Coachella Valley, CA
    The Coachella Review accepts original work that is vibrant, thoughtful, and precise. Whether your work is innovative or traditional, we strive to celebrate writing that holds readers in awe. We publish two issues a year, in June and December. There are no deadlines; we welcome submissions throughout the year. Our response time is generally three to six months; simultaneous submissions are welcomed.
  • Albuquerque, NM
    Aux Dog Theatre Nob Hill is an Albuquerque NM Laughing Dog Comedy Shorts 10-minute comedies. Submit your script with contact information in pdf format only to with LAUGHING DOG in the subject line or use the website link. Submissions are not returned.
  • Santa Fe, NM
    The Santa Fe Opera's mission is to advance the operatic art form by presenting ensemble performances of the highest quality in a unique setting with a varied repertoire of new, rarely performed, and standard works; to ensure the excellence of opera's future through apprentice programs for singers, technicians and arts administrators; and to foster and enrich an understanding and appreciation of opera among a diverse public.
  • "Everyone needs to express themselves well. It's not just what you say, but how you say it.” – Tye Noorda The Theatre for Youth and Education (TYE) Center, originally known as the Noorda Regional Theatre Center for Children and Youth, was founded in 2009 with a generous gift from Ray and Tye Noorda Foundation. The TYE Center is part of the UVU Department of Theatrical Arts for Stage and Screen. Benefactor Tye Noorda was raised in rural Utah, and had few opportunities to perform. It is in the spirit of Tye Noorda’s resilience and commitment to children and youth in which we operate,...
  • San Diego, CA
    WRITE A PLAY! Professionals will evaluate your entry, and if you're one of the winners your play will receive a production. This is an educational program focused on the development of new plays - so if you're a winner, be prepared to revise your script with the support of a professional dramaturg (or writing friend), director and actors. Californians under the age of 19 as of June 1, 2019 are eligible.
  • San Diego, CA
    The California Young Playwrights Contest is open to Californians under age 19. Every year young playwrights submit original scripts to the contest. Every writer who requests feedback receives an individualized script critique. Selected writers win script readings or full professional productions in Plays by Young Writers. Distinguished artists from major theatres select festival scripts and write comments to the playwrights. With support from a dramaturg, each winning writer strengthens his or her script and participates in every step of the production process.
  • La Jolla, CA
    TheatreForum is an international journal of innovative performance edited by Theodore Shank and an editorial staff. Since 1992, TheatreForum has documented and discussed the work of innovative performance artists in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. Our focus is on new performances that reflect contemporary sensibilities and articulate new concepts and forms. Each issue includes at least two previously unpublished scripts, dozens of photographs, and a variety of articles written by both artists and scholars.