INGRAM NEW WORKS APPLICATION
APPLICATION GUIDELINES FOR THE INGRAM NEW WORKS LAB
Nashville Rep will award up to three residencies in the New Works Lab. Each playwright who accepts the residency will commit to developing a new play from its earliest stages to a full draft, participating in monthly Lab meetings, participation in the New Works symposium week, rehearsals for the New Works Festival, and assisting with the New Works Festival in May 2019 as auxiliary artistic staff.
All playwrights who accept a residency must commit to be available for all lab, playwrights week, rehearsal and festival dates:
Should a playwright-in-residence miss multiple commitments, they may be asked to forgo their place in the New Works Lab.
All applications must include the following material:
- A letter stating your objectives for working on a new play in the Ingram New Works Lab at Nashville Rep. You must include a description of your proposed play.
- One Page Bio with history as a playwright.
- A play that best represents your writing skill. Full-length is preferred, but a substantial one-act play (minimum of one hour running time) will be acceptable for this application. Author and contact information must appear on the title page. Please do not submit musicals, screenplays, TV scripts, or children’s theatre.
Please use the form below for your submission. Upload your letter of intent, one page bio, and play in PDF format. Your application must include all three files. You will receive a confirmation email shortly to verify your submission.
Submission deadline is TBH
Additional questions can be sent to Nate Eppler, Ingram New Works Lab Director, at email@example.com.
INGRAM NEW WORKS FAQ
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