APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS Please complete all fields on the following pages, attaching requested information or providing the appropriate links. Please note this application should be finished in one sitting. Once completed in its entirety, please click "Submit" at the end, to officially submit to the Festival.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Please complete the application fully (incomplete applications can not be considered). Up to two (2) works per artist will be considered, regardless of genre. (Revisions are expected, within length limits).
In addition, please submit any required work samples for your particular genre: Text attachments must be in .RTF, .PDF, or .DOC file formats only. Do not upload video or audio files; give Links only. Video/Audio links may be on Vimeo, YouTube, Dropbox, or other services. Please make sure you give us a full link and any password required to view them.
For Plays (not Solo works): Please attach a complete version of the play. One-Acts (at least 25-35 min. long) and Full-Lengths (45+ min) will both be considered. (Short plays are ineligible for this July Festival). Submissions in English only.
For Dance: Please submit a video link as stated above to the complete work. Works should be between 7 and 20 minutes long.
For Music: Please submit a link to the complete audio recording.
For Visual Art: Submissions are not yet accepted via this application process. Please Email us ASAP for the current theme and submission process.
For Musical/Opera/Cabaret: Please submit a link to audio recording of select musical numbers and a copy of the book (.pdf or .doc format only); submit a video link to any completed demo portions.
For Comedy: Please submit a video link to the complete routine.
For Solo Plays/Performances: Please submit complete script (.pdf or .doc format only) and a video link to the complete routine or demo.
For Film: Please submit a video link to the complete film or a substantial excerpt. If the video is password protected or "private," please ensure that we have the requisite abilities to access said footage.