SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN FOR THE SCENE @ THE RUDOLPH STEINER

After establishing itself as THE place to have your short plays performed in West London, Get Over It Productions’ new writing event -The Scene – will be held this Summer at The Rudolph Steiner Theatre as part of a season of work curated by Take Note Theatre.

Take Note have been co-producing The Scene with us at the Tabard Theatre for the last three years, where it has grown in popularity and reputation.

We are thrilled that they view us as worth taking with them on their Summer residency.

The event will take place for one night only on the evening of Monday 29th July.

This is an unpaid opportunity, but we promise you’ll come away rich in so many other ways!

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FROM WRITERS, ACTORS AND DIRECTORS

Some of you will be familiar with the format already, BUT PLEASE READ ON! – because THIS TIME we’re looking for something slightly different from your script submissions.

We are looking for 4 – 8 handers.

10 – 20 minutes in length.

As usual, at least 50% of the characters on stage should be female identifying.

If you would like to be involved, please send an email to:

info@getoveritproductions.com

With the subject line:

THE SCENE SUBMISSION: WRITER or ACTOR or DIRECTOR

If you are a writer submitting a script, please make sure you attach it to your email.

If you are an actor or director with any links to online profiles, pls include them in your email.

!!!DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS – SUNDAY 23rd JUNE AT MIDNIGHT!!!

We can’t wait to meet you/ read you, and thanks in advance for your time and hard work.

GOI x

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