Have you ever wanted to see your script come to life? Winners of the Mississippi Theatre Association’s Annual Playwriting Competition receive not only the chance to realize that dream during the annual festival, but also receive a check for their hard work.
Does your theatre use music in your productions? Is music used during intermission? Have you ever used music to underscore a poignant moment during a production? If you answered yes to any of these questions – did you consider getting copyright permission?
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Playwriting is a unique discipline. It gives a writer the hope of having his/her words realized by others – literally putting words into the hands of directors and the mouths of actors. It’s a truly collaborative art form, and one we’re proud to celebrate at the Mississippi Theatre Association festival. Since 2007, MTA has been issuing a call for original scripts by Mississippi playwrights.
Are you a playwright (or an aspiring playwright)? We want to support you – and beyond encouraging you to submit to the MTA Playwriting Competition, we want to provide resources to help you with your development as a playwright. We want to help you strengthen your playwriting abilities…so here are some tips on how to “HONE” your skills:
The Mississippi Theatre Association announces its CALL FOR SCRIPTS for the annual Adult and Youth Playwriting Competition. Spend your summer writing or polish up your favorite original one-act script. Submit your entry from now until September 1, 2009. The winner…