New York Company Seeks Short Plays About Pop Music and Culture

News   New York Company Seeks Short Plays About Pop Music and Culture A New York based company of young actors is asking for play submissions on the subject of pop music and/or pop culture. Works may be based on a specific pop song, incorporate a song as part of the play, or relate to pop culture in some other way. The scripts should feature no more than five characters (preferably under the age of 30) and run under 20 minutes. The winners will be produced as an evening in March or April of 2001.

A New York based company of young actors is asking for play submissions on the subject of pop music and/or pop culture. Works may be based on a specific pop song, incorporate a song as part of the play, or relate to pop culture in some other way. The scripts should feature no more than five characters (preferably under the age of 30) and run under 20 minutes. The winners will be produced as an evening in March or April of 2001. Send submissions by Feb. 15 to: Kim Megna and Stephen Sislen, c/o 256 East 10th Street, 4E, New York, NY 10009. Or email submissions to kmegna@aol.com and ssislen@hotmail.com.

—By Robert Simonson