From the page to the stage.
Scribe Stages is a writers' theatre group that serves as a bridge between the academic and professional worlds of theatre. We are a fluid group of writers, actors and directors who write and perform themed ten-minute play events as well as longer works at site-specific locations and traditional theater spaces. We are always seeking new talent and a provide a space to explore.
Come play with us!
Call for Submissions!
Seeking 10-minute plays for our upcoming GHOST STORIES virtual reading, Thursday, October 29th.
DEADline: Sunday, October, 24th
You have only two weeks...submit or be sorry...
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
A Virtual Reading
Seeking 10-minute plays about whatever scares you in honor of Hallow's Eve. No previous productions or readings please. Write a new play! You have two weeks, my pretties...
DEADline: Saturday, October 24th
Please follow submission guidelines listed on our website.
A Virtual Reading
Seeking ten-minute plays, monologues, and poems by writers of Armenian heritage -- no particular theme. All genres welcome.
Deadline: November 1st
Please follow submission guidelines on our website.
THE CRIME PLAYS
Cigarette smoke, red lipstick, lusty Valentine's kisses, foul play...
Seeking 10-minute plays for a modern, feminist, film noir tribute to the stage. This will be a live, site-specific event if possible, but if not, a virtual reading.
Plays should be set in a restaurant kitchen or dining room, on a stage in a live venue, or on an outdoor patio/outside a restaurant.
Welcome characters: police, criminals, waiters, singers/musicians, actors, lovers, cheaters.
No previous productions or readings please!
Deadline January 7th, 2021
What does it mean to be an American?
What makes someone leave their homeland?
How do we find belonging in more than one culture?
Seeking 10-minute plays written by or in solidarity with first generation immigrants.
Deadline: March 1, 2021
Please find submission guidelines on our website.
"I have a robust imagination and I have imagined for myself many things."