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LARK'S OPEN ACCESS PROGRAM
The Lark is committed to providing access to all writers, regardless of age, ethnicity, experience, or whether they have agent representation. The Open Access Program ensures that the Lark’s programming reflects both global and U.S. ethnic diversity. The Lark distributes a call for submissions to the industry-at-large, seeking new plays and new voices, and the work is then carefully reviewed by a volunteer committee of readers, the Literary Wing, and the highest-ranking work is showcased in an annual Playwrights’ Week Festival. A submission to this annual festival is the ONLY way that the Lark is able to support unsolicited play submissions.
SUBMISSIONS FOR PLAYWRIGHTS' WEEK 2011
WILL OPEN IN AUGUST 2010, STAY TUNED
* Given that one of the primary goals of our open access program is to increase the number of writers we serve, alumni who have previously presented in a Barebones, Playwrights' Workshop, Studio Retreat, or Public Reading are not eligible to submit.
Please download application below and mail completed submission materials to:
Lark Play Development Center
c/o Literary Wing Submission
939 Eighth Avenue, Suite 301
New York, NY 10019
Please note that all applications should be typed.
Incomplete submission materials will be discarded!
Coming soon: 2011 Application Form
**Please note, you must have Microsoft Word to open this file
(If you have problems downloading the form contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. One full length play
2. One completed application form
If you have any questions or would like more information please email: email@example.com.
- No more than ONE FULL-LENGTH play per playwright will be considered.
- List only the play title on the cover page-no personal information.
- Please do not submit unbound scripts or permanent spiral binding.
- We prefer scripts bound in clear plastic covers.
- Double-sided pages are appreciated if possible.
- Do not attach application materials to script.
- Each submitting playwright should expect a final response by summer 2010.
- Please, no calls to the office.
WHAT KIND OF PLAYS ARE WE SEEKING?
- Works that are ambitious, fresh, playful, engaging, energizing, provocative, powerful and theatrical.
- Works that reveal unheard and vital perspectives.
- Authors with clear goals about their writing who are open to the Lark's developmental process.
The Indo-American Arts Council is a 501 ©3 not-for-profit arts organization passionately dedicated to promoting, showcasing and building an awareness of artists of Indian origin in the performing arts, visual arts, literary arts and folk arts. For information please visit www.iaac.us