ALAP New Works Lab

Los Angeles, CA

We are now accepting submissions for an ALAP New Works Lab with Brimmer Street Theatre Company in May, 2016!

Brimmer Street Theatre Company, founded in 2007, is a non-profit ensemble theatre that creates and produces new works of theatre in order to cultivate artists and engage audiences in Los Angeles. By working from a select core of talented artists, BSTC aims to produce a unique brand of American theatre that is rooted in a common experience and driven by their commitment to building better theatre that is challenging, extraordinary, and inspiring.  Brimmer Street’s new play development programs are funded, in part, by a generous grant from the LA County Arts Commission. http://www.brimmerstreet.org

The New Works Lab is one of ALAP's longest running programs. Its mission is to create opportunities for playwrights to receive developmental readings of their new plays with L.A.’s best theatre companies. The primary goal of the Lab is to help the playwright develop his or her work.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Scripts must be full-lengths and not previously produced/workshopped.

  • Only one script may be submitted by each ALAP member.

  • Only current ALAP members may submit. If you are unsure of your membership status, write DanB@laplaywrights.org to inquire. If you are not a member, please make sure your membership application and dues check are received by the submission deadline.

Please read the complete submission guidelines before submitting:  http://laplaywrights.org/newworkslab.php

The deadline for submissions to the New Works Lab with Brimmer Street Theatre Company is: Monday, March 14, 2016

Please send submissions to: NewWorks@LAPlaywrights.org

Should your script be selected, you must be available to attend the rehearsals and New Works Lab reading on the following dates:

  • Sunday, May 8, 2016: 7pm rehearsal

  • Sunday, May 15, 2016: 7pm rehearsal

  • Sunday, May 22, 2016: 7pm rehearsal

  • Sunday, May 29, 2016: 7pm ALAP New Works Reading

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