Wednesday, July 2, 2014

GET WHAT YOU WANT: July 2014



1.
New Dramatists
Deadline: July 29th


2014 Admissions Procedural Changes:
-The admissions window opens on July 1 at 10am (EST) and closes on July 29 at 5pm. -Upload a stand-alone Title Page for each play with your full name and contact information.
-We strongly encourage you to submit your materials as PDFs.We will also accept the following formats: .txt, .doc, .docx, .rtf.
-Please do not put any identifying information in the script. Identifying information includes: your name, contact information, theatres that have workshopped or produced your plays, your agent, special thanks, actors/production crew involved, etc.
-Every script page must be numbered.
-Every script page must include the play’s title.
-Submit a one page Letter of Intent responding to the following question: New Dramatists was founded on the premise that writers are each other’s greatest resource. If granted a New Dramatists residency, what do you see as the benefits of developing your work in the company of other playwrights?
-To begin your application, click on the “Begin Application” button below. (If you applied last year, you will need to create a new admissions applicant account.) You will be asked to create a username and enter your email address. Once you have clicked “Submit,” you will receive an email with instructions on how to log in. From this point forward, you will be guided through a simple process collecting all of your admissions materials in seven easy steps:
-You may save your application at any point and return to it later before submitting. Once the application window closes on July 29 at 5pm (EST) you may not alter your application in any way.


2.
Leslie Scalapin Prize
Deadline: July 4th


FOR INNOVATIVE WOMEN PERFORMANCE WRITERS
In memory of Leslie Scalapino, her extraordinary body of work, and her commitment to the community of experimental writing and performance.


The Leslie Scalapino Award recognizes the importance of exploratory approaches and an innovative spirit in writing for performance. Our first cycle's winner was Joyelle McSweeney, with her work Dead Youth, or The Leaks. Last cycle we received 400 submissions and a wonderful range of work. In this second cycle, we are refining the award in the following ways: expansion of the prize; and being more specific about the kind of work we wish to encourage in Leslie's spirit.


The Prize:
The winner will receive a $2,500 cash prize, print publication of the winning text by Litmus Press, a staged reading of the piece this fall at the The New Ohio Theatre in New York, by Fiona Templeton's company The Relationship; and a full production of the work in the following year. The award will now be biennial.


The Call:
Please read carefully as the guidelines have changed.
We are looking for a full-length work for live performance by a woman writer with an inquiring approach to language and content. The poetic practice of Leslie Scalapino was interdisciplinary, including photography, plays, performance, and collaboration with dance and music. We would like to honor this aspect of her work in the award.


While the principal focus for the award is on innovative writing for performance, competitive submissions may consider a range of approaches to innovation in performance, including but not limited to integrated experimentations with language, gesture, movement, sound, visual art / vision, site / location and/or activist practice. The writer should demonstrate some experience in the discipline, materials or medium involved.


3.
Yale Drama Series/David Charles Horn Prize
Deadline: August 15th
Website: http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/drama.asp#rules


The Yale Drama Series is an annual, international competition for emerging playwrights. The winner is awarded the David Charles Horn Prize of $10,000, publication of the winning play by Yale University Press and a staged reading. The reading of the 2013 winning play will take place at Lincoln Center Theater in New York City.
Winners are chosen by the preeminent playwrights of our time. Edward Albee served as the Series’ inaugural judge (2007-2008), followed by Sir David Hare (2009-2010), John Guare (2011-2012), Marsha Norman (2013-2014) and Nicholas Wright (2015-2016).


What to submit:  A full-length play in English (worldwide submissions accepted).  Playwrights may submit only one manuscript per year.  No application form is required beyond the play itself.
The manuscript must begin with a title page that shows the play’s title and your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address (if you have one), page count and (if applicable) a list of acknowledgments; a second title page which lists the title of the play only, a 2-3 sentence keynote description of the play,  a list of characters, and a list of acts and scenes.
A brief biography may be included at the end of the manuscript, on a separate page, but is not required.


Full submission details can be found on their website.


How to apply:  They encourage electronic submissions, which can be made at the following address: https://yup.submittable.com/submit.


If you wish to apply in hardcopy, scripts can be sent to Yale Drama Series, P.O. Box 209040, New Haven, CT 06520-9040.
What you get:  The winner of this annual competition will be awarded the David Charles Horn Prize of $10,000, publication of his/her manuscript by Yale University Press, and a staged reading at Lincoln Center Theater.


Deadline: 15 August 2014 (entries not accepted until 1 June 2014)


4.
Hedgebrook Residency
Deadline: September 3rd


Hedgebrook supports visionary women writers whose stories and ideas shape our culture now and for generations to come. The Writers in Residence program is Hedgebrook’s core program that for more than 25 years has supported fully-funded residencies for writers representing diversity in citizenship status, nationality, current place of residence, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, trans* identity, age, disability, professional experience, and economic resources. We welcome applicants, published or not, who embrace the mission and opportunity to be a member of Hedgebrook's community.


All residents are selected solely on the artist statement, artist information and writing sample supplied in their application.


You must be 18 years of age or older by February 1, 2015 to apply. Applicants are welcome to reapply if they have not yet been awarded a residency. Writers who work in languages other than English are welcome to apply if they can supply a writing sample in English translation as well as in the original language.


5.
Cullman Fellowship
Deadline: September 26th


Award Period: September 8, 2015 - May 27, 2016
Stipend: $70,000


The Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers supports projects that draw on the research collections at The New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building (formerly the Humanities and Social Sciences Library). The Center looks for top-quality writing from academics as well as from creative writers and independent scholars. It aims to promote dynamic conversation about the humanities, social sciences, and scholarship at the very highest level — within the Center, in public forums throughout the Library, and in the Fellows’ published work.


Candidates who need to work primarily in The New York Public Library’s other research centers — The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the Science, Industry and Business Library — are not eligible for this fellowship.


In order to avoid real or apparent conflicts of interest, the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers does not accept applications from New York Public Library staff members or their partners, or from people active on the Library’s Board of Trustees, Board Advisory Committees, or Library Council.


Please visit www.nypl.org/research-collections for detailed information about the collections of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street.


Fellows are required to work at the Cullman Center, on the project for which they applied, for the duration of the fellowship term. Fellows may have a few prior brief commitments, but must limit research trips, attendance at scholarly meetings, and speaking engagements, and may not accept other major work obligations during the course of this fellowship. Anyone who needs to be away for more than two days must notify the Director or Deputy Director in advance. The Library will pro-rate stipends for Fellows who spend too much time away from the Center.
Fellowships will not be granted to post-doctoral fellows or to applicants doing graduate-school dissertation research.


The Cullman Center will not accept dossier letters in place of new letters of recommendation.
Fellows must be conversant in English.
Completed applications and supporting materials — research proposal, Curriculum Vitae, letters of recommendation, and art work sample or creative writing sample — must be submitted by 5 p.m. EST on September 26, 2014.


New York Public Library staff members are not able to make corrections or additions once applications are submitted.


The New York Public Library/American Council of Learned Societies Fellowships
The Center may give up to five fellowships a year in conjunction with the American Council of Learned Societies. Candidates for joint fellowships must submit separate applications to The New York Public Library and to the American Council of Learned Societies. For information regarding ACLS eligibility requirements and an ACLS application, please visit the ACLS website, www.acls.org/programs/comps.


6.
Blue Ink Playwriting Award
Deadline: September 1st
Website: americanbluestheater.com/about-blues/new-work/blue-ink-submission-guidelines/


The winning play will be selected by Producing Artistic Director, Gwendolyn Whiteside, and the Ensemble. The winner of this annual competition will be awarded the Blue Ink Playwriting Award of $1,000 and receive a staged reading at American Blues Theater in Chicago.
There is a $5 administrative fee. Please follow these guidelines in preparing your manuscript:
- This contest is restricted to plays written in the English language. Worldwide submissions are accepted.
-Submissions must be original, unpublished full-length plays written in English. Translations, musicals, and children’s plays are not accepted.
- Playwrights may submit only one (1) manuscript per year.
- Plays that have been professionally produced or published are not eligible. Plays that have had a workshop, reading, or non-professional production will be considered.
- Plays may not be under option or scheduled for professional production or publication at the time of submission.
- American Blues Theater reserves the Right-of-First-Refusal to produce the World-premiere of the winning manuscript for (1) year beginning with the public announcement in March 2015.
-Plays must be sent as a Word document or pdf file to blueink@americanbluestheater.com.
- Send the $5 administrative fee to: American Blues Theater, 1016 N. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60610 or pay online here:


7.
ATHENA PROJECT
Deadline: July 31st


Athena Project--located in Denver, Colorado--is proud to announce the call for submissions for its Plays In Progress Series (PIP Series).  This series will take place in Denver at The Aurora Fox Studio Theater over the course of three weekends, March 20-April 5, 2015, as part of a larger arts festival celebrating women artists, including the yet-to-be named world premiere, winner of this year's PIP Series.  Four new plays will be selected based on a blind submission process and given a dramaturg, director, designers, cast and workshop presentation during the festival.  One play from the 2015 PIP Series will win a full production to be produced in March of 2016 festival, based on a combination of audience vote and board input.  Scripts are being accepted online from now until midnight, July 31, 2014.


Submission Guidelines are as follows:
1.  Playwright must be female and may only submit ONE full-length script.
2.  The play must not ever have had a fully mounted production.  Prior workshop presentations are permissible but the script must be a new version since the time of the workshop.
3.  Submission must include:
    1. Full copy of script (without playwright contact info*)
    2. Character breakdown (without playwright contact info*)
    3. Short synopsis of script (300 word limit, without playwright contact info*)
    4. Resume
    5. Cover letter addressing what the playwright would like to accomplish with the workshop presentation and how she heard about the call for submissions
*Contact info must be listed ONLY on resume and cover letter, not on script or any other documents (submissions will be read blind).  All documents should include the Title of the Play, but no playwright contact information.
4. Plays submitted without all supporting materials included will be disqualified.
5. We recommend the playwright be able to travel to the area for rehearsals as needed if selected (or may Skype in). Attendance at at least one workshop production performance during the festival at the playwright's own expense is mandatory. We will select four playwrights to participate in the PIP Series and hope to strike a balance between local and national work.  Exact rehearsal and performance schedules will be worked out with the director, dramaturg, and playwright after all plays are selected.
6. Please submit via our website.


Please contact our Literary Manager, Patrick Elkins-Zeglarski viapez@athenaprojectfestival.org if you have any questions about submitting.  You will receive an automatic confirmation email upon receipt of materials.


Four finalists will be selected in October 2014
Directors and Dramaturgs will be selected in November 2014
Rehearsals will begin in January 2015
The 2015 Athena Project Arts Festival opens March 20, 2015


8.
Schlossin Broellin International Arts Residency
Deadline: July 31st
Website: http://broellin.de/gb/index.php/module-styles/produktionsstipendien


Professional art groups from Germany and abroad can apply for a residence stay of up to three weeks within the months of April to November for the production of projects in the areas of contemporary dance, theatre and performance.
With several dance studios, production spaces and seminar rooms, as well as overnight accommodation and catering facilities, Schloss Bröllin offers space for artists to rehearse, experiment, train and relax in a creative atmosphere. The goal of the residence programmes in Schloss Bröllin is to give ensembles and groups the possibility of a short and concentrated production phase, and to support groups whose members come from different places or countries. During the stay, the agreed working spaces, accommodation and boarding will be provided. The deadline for residence applications at Schloss Bröllin is the end of July each year (must be postmarked on or before the date), for residencies in the following year.
Read guidelines: http://broellin.de/gb/images/dokumente/residenz_richtlinien_en_schloss_broellin.pdf


9.
Kutztown Installation Art Residency (theatre artists can apply)
Deadline: July 18th


Residency Dates: Jan. 20 - Feb. 5, 2015 / Exhibition on view: Feb. 5 - Mar. 13, 2015
The Marlin and Regina Miller Art Gallery at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania requests proposals from artists, craftspersons, and designers for the production of an original, temporary, site-specific installation for our exhibition space. The artwork will remain on view from February 5 – March 13, 2015. The selected artist (or artist team) will be awarded $7,500. The award must cover all material and labor costs associated with the production of the work, all incidental costs, meals, transportation costs, and all artist fees and honoraria. The university will provide $2,500 stipend for housing one block from the gallery (Main Street Inn) for one artist – all remaining housing costs for additional artists and/or support personnel must be covered from the $7,500 award. A group of Kutztown University students will be available to assist with the physical production of the selected proposal.
Application deadline is end-of-business, Friday July 18, 2014
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, located an hour north of Philadelphia, and two hours west of New York City, has an enrollment of 10,000+ students. Each year, our College of Visual and Performing Arts awards approximately 225 undergraduate degrees in Communication Design, Fine Arts, Art Education, and Crafts. Our Visual Arts programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
SCHEDULE
-Proposals must be received by end-of-business, Friday July 18, 2014.
-The gallery's website will publish the award recipient on August 1, 2014.
-The on-site residency will take place from January 20 to February 5, 2015. Artist(s) will be expected to be on-site during this period, be available to our students, and present one public lecture about previous work and plans for the Kutztown University project.
-Project must be completed for a public reception by Thursday, February 5, 4:00 p.m. (reception continues until 6:00 p.m.)
-Artist must be available for a lecture on the night of the opening, Thursday, February 5, 7:00 p.m.
-Project will remain on view from February 5 – March 13, 2015.
-Depending on the final disposition of the artwork, the artist(s) may be required to assist with de-installation which will take place from March 16 – 20, 2015. Artist will be required to pay all costs associated with transport of materials and artwork to and from our site.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
Proposed artwork can be realized in any medium and there are no restrictions on form or content. However, proposals that demonstrate innovation and deep, nuanced understanding of contemporary art, craft, or design are preferred. Proposals must be for a site-specific installation and must differ greatly from a proposal for a solo exhibition. Preference will be given to proposals that have a strong student involvement component.
All proposals will be reviewed for overall artistic merit, impact on the experience of our students, feasibility within the established time-frame and budget, artist's demonstration of ability to complete such a project (as evidenced by past projects or a detailed work plan and budget for the KU project), and the relationship of the project to the gallery's mission.
The Marlin and Reginal Miller Art Gallery of Kutztown University presents significant and professionally executed solo and group exhibitions of contemporary art in a variety of mediums as well as supporting programs, events, and services that will directly enhance the artistic and philosophical development of our students and will contribute to the lives of our residents. We strive to challenge assumptions and stimulate discussion by presenting artwork and programs relevant to the social and cultural life of the general and special populations within our service area.


10.
UMass New Play Lab
Deadline: August 1st
Website: http://www.umass.edu/theater/newplaylab.php


The UMass New Play Lab is accepting play submission for two paid residencies in the spring of 2015. Now in it's second year, THE UMASS NEW PLAY LAB is accepting play submissions for two paid residencies (March 23 – April 4, 2015).


WHAT IS THE UMASS NEW PLAY LAB?
The Play Lab is a UMass Department of Theater mainstage production, running from March 23 – April 4, 2015. Two playwrights will be chosen for concurrent 10-day residencies during this period. These residencies are structured around a series of public staged readings directed and dramaturged by UMass graduate students and performed by undergraduate actors. The 10-day workshop term allows time for exploration in rehearsal and the generation of new material.


WHAT IS THE UMASS NEW PLAY LAB’S MISSION?

Our mission is to develop two exceptional new plays per year in cooperation with visionary playwrights. The Play Lab, is, in essence, a writer's playground: a stimulating and constructive artistic environment founded on three guiding principles of engagement, collaboration, and discovery. The UMass Amherst Department of Theater's commitment to new play development is internationally recognized, from our groundbreaking work with New WORLD Theater to our recent collaborations with artists like Will Power, Marcus Gardley, and Constance Congdon. We approach new play development with rigor, focus, and sensitivity—and we're seeking playwrights who are as passionate about this process as we are.  


DOES THE UMASS NEW PLAY LAB PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT?
Yes. We offer a $750 honorarium per playwright. Accommodations will be provided. Playwrights are responsible for booking their own travel arrangements, and will be reimbursed for a portion of the cost.


WHAT KINDS OF PLAYS CAN I SUBMIT?
Plays must be full-length. Musicals are not accepted. Submissions may have had a previous reading, workshop, or production; as a rule, though, the Play Lab exists to develop relatively new work, so unproduced material will be given priority in our selection. The UMass New Play Lab seeks to develop plays that tell compelling stories about our world in bold and innovative ways. We encourage submissions from a broad spectrum of writers, from emerging to widely produced, and are particularly interested in works by underrepresented voices in American theater (e.g. women, LGBTQ, and playwrights of color).


HOW DO I SUBMIT MY PLAY(S)?
Submit manuscripts to umassplaylab@gmail.com. All documents must be submitted in .pdf format; plays formatted otherwise will be disqualified. Please include a concise playwright’s bio and a short (max. 50 word) summary of how you think your play might benefit from a developmental reading. 
Submissions will be capped at 500 plays.


WHAT IS THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE?

The deadline is Friday, August 1, 2014.


11.
Exit Player 7
Deadline: September 13th
Website: http://www.exit7players.org/shows/theexit7newshortpl/


Exit 7 Players is seeking submissions for The Exit 7 New Short Play Contest, performing in February 2015. The contest producers are Janine and Jeffrey Flood (co-producers, the LabWorks 15-Minute New Play Contest 2010-2013, Valley Repertory Company) and Rebecca Johnson (co-producer, Les Miserables, Exit 7 Players).


The Exit 7 New Short Play Contest will produce short plays by twelve playwrights in an exciting audience-participation format, awarding two winning writers a prize of $150 each.


You may submit either one or two plays. Please use the following process to enter the contest. Read all requirements carefully so as to be considered.


1. Format your script using no smaller than 12-point type. Use 1” margins on top, bottom, and sides. Please number your pages. (Click Sample Script Format to see a properly formatted page.)


2. Page one should start with the title of the play at the top of the page (as seen on the Sample Script Format). If you consider your play to be a comedy, please follow the title with “A Comedy”. If you do NOT consider your play to be a comedy, follow the title with “A Drama”. And yes, you must label your play as either one or the other.


3. Your play must be limited to 15 pages total. Any script 16 pages or longer will be rejected.


4. The plays we produce are chosen blind, so do not include ANY author information on the script itself. The contest Play Selection Committee does not see any playwrights’ names until the final selections for production have been made. Therefore, if you put your name on the script so that a member of the Committee sees it, it will be rejected. A company member who is not on the Play Selection Committee keeps the playwright contact info until the final 12 plays are selected for production.


5. Save your script(s) in .pdf format. You can submit your script(s) until Saturday, September 13th, 2014 via the form found in the link. Do not attempt to submit the script in any other format or to any other destination. Snail mail submissions are NOT being accepted.


Submission Restrictions


Please read the following carefully so that your script can be given due consideration:


1. Playwrights can submit 2 plays, but only 1 play per writer will be produced. Members of Exit 7 Players are eligible to submit to the contest, but if their script is chosen as one of the 12 semifinalists, they will be prohibited from working on the production of the contest in any capacity.


2. Scripts should require 2 to 5 actors. Please note that a play can include more than 5 characters, as long as they can be played by 2 to 5 actors. Scripts requiring more than 5 actors will be rejected.


3. We will not consider one-man or one-woman shows, musicals, or children’s theatre.


4. Entries must be original plays. Scripts may be co-authored, based on factual  material, or an adaptation. Legal clearance of materials not in the public domain is the full responsibility of the playwright.


5. We will consider unproduced works as well as plays that have been previously produced, so long as their first date of production was on, or after, June 15th of 2013.


6. Submissions are restricted to plays that have not been published in any form, and they must be royalty-free to Exit 7 for this contest.


7. We’re seeking plays, not skits or sketches. Plays should have a beginning, a middle, and an end (though not necessarily in that order) and feature character development. Above all, make the script compelling.


8. Exit 7 is a community theatre. If we foresee difficulty producing a play due to unusual script requirements, the play may be rejected.


9. While Exit 7 is a family-friendly theatre, adult content is acceptable. Profanity, if it is fully justified by the script and for the character, will not be cause for outright rejection; however, profanity is no replacement for good writing. We will reject any script that requires nudity.


10. Keep set, lighting, sound, costume, and prop requirements to a minimum. The contest will feature 6 plays per night, with quick changeovers. A script with complex technical requirements could lead to its rejection.


12.
20% Theatre
Deadline: open


20% Theatre Company Twin Cities is open to accepting full-length plays any time (60 minute minimum performance time). Please complete this Script Submission Form and email with your script to submissions@tctwentypercent.org. Due to the high volume of scripts submitted to us, we are unable to respond to all submissions. If we are interested in producing your work we will contact you.


13.
Mixed Blood
Deadline: open submission
Website:http://www.mixedblood.com/


Mixed Blood welcomes submissions of contemporary plays that pursue and realize the company’s mission and aesthetic. Mixed Blood uses theatre to address pluralism, usually manifest in race, culture, language, disability, gender, nationality, affectional orientation, and political worldview. Predictably unpredictable, the theatre particularly invites polyglot plays, scripts from the global stage, and work that advances the art form. We prefer e-submissions. If you think you play might be a good fit for us, please send a query letter, your bio or resume, a brief synopsis, and a 10-page sample of your play to the Mixed Blood. Send to: literary@mixedblood.com

14. 
Ars Nova Play Group
Deadline: August 3rd
Website: http://arsnovanyc.com/playgroup



This vibrant and eclectic group of emerging playwrights gathers twice a month at Ars Nova to share new work and get feedback. The group offers members the chance to develop their plays with peer support, form collaborative relationships and build a strong sense of community within Ars Nova. In addition, members receive dramaturgical support and artistic matchmaking advice from the Ars Nova artistic staff and development opportunities through public readings and workshops.


All emerging playwrights are eligible to apply. New members join for two-year residencies beginning in January of 2015. In selecting new members, we will take into account the strength of the submitted play, what the writer stands to gain from membership at this point in his or her career, and the overall balance of voices and styles within the group. Women and writers of color are encouraged to apply.

Click here to apply online. Applications require a full-length play, a playwriting resume and a personal statement. All attachments must be saved as PDFs.
Please attach the following to your completed online application form and submit it by August 3, 2014. All applications will be reviewed and finalists will be notified by December 15, 2014. Questions? Email us at artistic@arsnovanyc.com.
  1. Your play (please save as LAST NAME, FIRST NAME PLAY TITLE)
  2. Your resume (please save as LAST NAME, FIRST NAME RESUME)
  3. A personal statement (please save as LAST NAME, FIRST NAME STATEMENT)

15.
BMI Lyricists and Composers Class
Deadline: August 1st

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), the global leader in music rights management, has announced that the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop is accepting applications for its first-year composer-lyricist class through Aug. 1.
Applications should send completed applications to: Patrick Cook, BMI 250 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007-0030Composers should include three (3) contrasting compositions on CD — up-tempo, comedy song and ballad — as well as a copy of score that includes lyrics.Lyricists should include three (3) contrasting lyrics — up-tempo, comedy song and ballad. Composer-lyricists should include three (3) contrasting songs on CD — up-tempo, comedy song and ballad — as well as a copy of score that includes lyrics.
The workshop begins Sept. 15 and runs through June 2015. The first-year class is moderated by BMI's director of musical theatre, Patrick Cook, and workshop administrator, Frederick Freyer.
Workshop participants will pay $27 for an identification badge, but all other sponsorship costs are fully covered by BMI. The purpose of the workshop is to "bring writers together to work under the guidance and supervision of experienced professionals in order to develop new creative talent in American musical theatre. A springboard for new works, the Workshop creates a learning environment for members to experiment, take risks and learn from moderators and other participants."
Applications for the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop can be downloaded here or requested by emailing theater@bmi.com.
A recipient of the Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre Award, the Lehman Engel Musical Workshop consists of approximately 250 composers, lyricists and book writers who are actively writing new works for the musical theatre.
BMI alumni include Tony Award winners Robert Lopez (The Book of Mormon, Avenue Q), Edward Kleban (A Chorus Line), Maury Yeston (Titanic, Grand Hotel, Nine), Alan Menken (Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors), Jeff Marx (Avenue Q), Michael John LaChiusa (Queen of the Mist, Marie Christine, The Wild Party) and Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey (Next to Normal).
For additional information, visit BMI.com.

2 comments:

Jennie Webb said...

Thank you Aurin!

Octavia TheWriter Lesley said...

You're awesome! Thanks for always sharing!!