Call High School Students! Submit a 10-minute play to the WRITE HERE, WRITE NOW! Competition!

[ 0 ] January 13, 2013 |

We’ve been hearing from students across New England that this is a busy time for students, with the first semester of school coming to a close, testing, exams and midterms.  In order to give you a little more time to submit a 10-minute play, we’ve extended the deadline to Friday, February 8th for submissions to the Write Here, Write Now! Student Play Competition.  Winners will now be announced March 8th.

After a successful inaugural year with over 100 submissions, Trinity Rep’s Education Department is again hosting the Write Here, Write Now! competition for young playwrights! Students from all New England high schools are invited to submit an original short play (6—10 pages) by February 1, 2013.

Trinity-WriteHereEntries will be reviewed by Trinity Rep staff and winners will be announced on March 1, 2013. Winning playwrights will work with Trinity Rep staff members in a play development session before having their play read by professionally trained actors in front of an audience of their friends and family in the spring of 2013. Winners will also receive a scholarship towards any Trinity Rep Young Actors Studio after-school class. Each winner’s school will receive 20 free tickets to a Project Discovery student matinee performance during the 2013—2014 season.

The 2013 WHWN Application is attached and can be downloaded HERE.

For more information, please email

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