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May 1, 2012 / Alacrity Project Theater

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The Alacrity Project Alive Series (link to PDF)

The Alacrity Project Alive Series as part of the FirstLive Studio monthly event at Arlene’s Grocery begins on Sunday, June 10, 2012. The ongoing Sunday series will present original short and full length plays, various performance acts, workshops, and serials.

Seeking: Rehearsed & self-contained plays, performance acts, and audience-ready developing productions ranging in length from 30 – 90 minutes. Serials (3+ episodes) whether intended for the stage or web can be as short as 10 minutes (per episode). Selected productions will have characters that bring a unique outlook on how to make the best of life. If your production has an edge, uses fantasy, insane imaginative coping techniques, or other entertaining, thought-provoking elements, we want to hear from you.

Cost & Terms: $200 per hr. (based on a $10 door) for multimedia production costs and use of the performance space, due two weeks prior. Terms: first $200 in ticket sales goes to artist, and then 80% to artist, 20% to house. Productions will go up from 6pm – 8pm. Rehearsal and setup 4pm – 6pm.

Multimedia: FirstLive will provide a complimentary professional Audio CD recording, 3 camera HD video recording, MPEG-4, and Live Internet streaming of your show.

To Submit
Please send:

  • a 100 – 150 word synopsis & description of the production
  • a short performance or rehearsal/workshop history of the production
  • List of characters, cast, crew
  • Contact person, phone number and email address
  • Optional: website link, Facebook page, or other
  • Optional: 1 – 2 links to video or clips that best present your show

Please thoroughly send all information in the body of the email. All submissions will be considered for future monthly Alive Series events including other Alacrity Project Programs.

Meetings/auditions will be ongoing.

To submit your material, or if you have any questions contact Emily Niewendorp

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