HOW TO SUBMIT TO WINTERFEST

theater painting in circle

Submission Accepted from Everywhere in the US

 

Equity Productions Welcome

 

NYwinterfest@gmail.com

Shows from outside NY and NJ can only run

if the entire cast and crew

are from New York City.

Submissions must be between

5 and 90 minutes long

Categories:

SHORT – 5 to 20 minutes

ONE ACT – 20 to 45

FULL LENGHT – 45 TO 90

 

How to Submit your work to Winterfest

In order to submit a play please send the following via email:

  1. A 60 word synopsis of the play
  2. Character breakdown
  3. Your telephone number and home address, plus the phone number of one other person in your production that we can contact
  4. Your bio
  5. All genres of shows are welcome to submit to our festivals
  6. Shows that have already been staged can also participate as long as they participate in Winterfest with AN ENTIRELY NEW CAST AND CREW
  7. Production’s history of the play submitted and length of your play
  8. Please tell us where did your hear about the festival
  9. Length of the Play or Musical submitted

As soon as your play is accepted, you will be sent the festival guidelines. All plays will be given a three-performance run at the theater.
Prizes
$2,500 prize of Best Play. and 3 shows for the Best Short play category

In Addition to the Best Play there will also be several nominations:
Best actress ($500 prize)  •  Best Actor ($500)  •  Best Director ($500)  •  Singer and Best Musical Score $300 Each  •  Best Original play, Set Designer, Stage Manager and Lighting Design each $200  •

Winners will be announced during a special prize ceremony at the end of the festival to which the cast and crew of all nominated productions will be invited.

If your play/musical is accepted in our festival there is a payment of $75 if it is a SHORT ,  $150 if it is a ONE ACT, $250 if it is a FULL LENGHT.

SOLO SHOWS FALL IN A CATEGORY ON ITS  OWN. PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL TO INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE WAYS TO HAVE THEM PART OF OUR  FESTIVAL.

 

 

WHY YOU PAY A PARTICIPATION FEE?

For more info see our:

Introduction