It’s Still Winter, But We’re Talking ‘Summerplay’

This from our pals at Changing Scene Theatre Northwest , the bestest li’l theater in East Bremerton:

"Due to an overwhelming (and wonderful!) response to our call for entries for "Summerplay 2009: A Festival of New Works," we are already behind schedule putting together the readings for the competition.

"We will now host readings of at least 15 of the plays (half of those submitted) over two reading days, March 8 and 15, both at 7 p.m. We are still in the process of recruiting readers for the plays, and welcome any candidates that you might suggest to read as well (we would love some of the playwrights to get involved as well!) The only extra obligation will be a read-through earlier on the reading day.

"We will announce the plays to be read via email by Feb. 28. We apologize to all of you for the delay, but please be encouraged! The delay is because of the number and quality of the scripts submitted — we are having a difficult time narrowing down the field, and that speaks to all of your expertise in your craft."

"Summerplay," for those of you not in the know, is CSTN’s annual production of original one-act plays submitted from around the country. This year, the early submissions and "read-downs" are an added twist that should be a lot of fun.

Information: (360) 792-8601, changingscenenorthwest.org

More later … — MM

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Before you post, please complete the prompt below.

Please enter the word MILK here: