After taking in nearly 300 submissions for this year's contest, we are pleased to announce the finalists for the SETC/Stage Rights Ready to Publish Award.
Drawing from his background a theater educator, director, and playwright residing in Williamsburg, VA; J. Harvey Stone's drama, Anthropology Lesson, begins in a classroom and tells the story of two men hiding their truth from their small Appalachian at the same time the gay rights movement begins in earnest at the Stonewall Riots in New York's Greenwich Village.
Stage Rights, in partnership with the Southeastern Theatre Conference is proud to announce the opening of submissions for the 2018 SETC/Stage Rights Ready to Publish Award.
We are thrilled to announce that Laura King has been selected as the first recipient of the Ready to Publish Award, which will be given out annually in partnership with the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)! At this year’s convention we heard pitches from five fantastic playwrights who were selected as finalists. Laura’s play Independence Day at Happy Meadows will receive development over the next six months in preparation ...