NAMT Seeks Submissions for 2012 Festival of New Musicals

News   NAMT Seeks Submissions for 2012 Festival of New Musicals
The National Alliance for Musical Theatre is now accepting submissions for the 24th annual Festival of New Musicals, which will take place in New York City in fall 2012.

The deadline for non-NAMT members is Jan. 19, 2012 (with a $60 application fee); while NAMT members and festival alumni have until Feb. 23, 2012, to submit materials. There is no fee for NAMT members and alumni.

Any writer may submit his or her work to the festival as long as a NAMT member, agent or other professional theatre organization also submits a letter of support. NAMT will select eight musicals to receive fully-funded 45-minute presentations during the Festival of New Musicals.

Two Q&A events for writers curious to know more about the submission process will be presented Dec. 14 at the Lark Play Development Center (3-4 PM); and Jan. 5, 2012, at CAP 21 (5:30-6:30 PM).

The annual weekend, open to industry members from across the country, provides a platform for emerging and established theatre writers to showcase their works with casts featuring Broadway and Off-Broadway actors. Many of the new works find life at regional companies, as well as Off-Broadway and on Broadway. Betsy King Militello is the executive director of NAMT.

Musicals previously presented in NAMT's Festival of New Musicals include Ordinary Days, The Memory Show, See Rock City…, Vanities, Dangerous Beauty, Emma, The Gypsy King, The Story of My Life, Tinyard Hill, The Drowsy Chaperone, Thoroughly Modern Millie, I Love You Because, Songs for A New World, Striking 12, Summer of '42, Ace, Children of Eden, Harold and Maude, Honk! and Meet John Doe. To apply, visit NAMT.

Today’s Most Popular News: