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Submit a Play to Stage Right Theatrics

We are always looking for plays to produce, both full-length plays and short plays for our yearly Conservative Theatre Festival®​

 

Please follow these guidelines when submitting a play:

 

  • Scripts may be electronically submitted to stageright826@gmail.com or mailed to Stage Right Theatrics  PO Box 51  Dublin, OH 43017.

  • Word or PDF formats only, please.

  • Playwrights may submit up to TWO scripts for consideration.  We accept one-act and full-length plays.

  • ​We are especially interested in children's theatre and musicals!

  • Please have full contact information on the cover of the script.

  • Each script must conform to the  tenets of the Natural Theatre.  Please refer to the "What is the Natural Theatre?" page when considering a submission.  The playwright may also submit a statement explaining how the play conforms to the tenets of the Natural Theatre, although this is optional.  The plays should speak for themselves!

  • SUBMISSION FEE: $10.  Payable by check to "Stage Right Theatrics."  Please contact us at stageright826@gmail.com for electronic payment information.

For The Conservative Theatre Festival®:

  • Plays should be no more than 20 minutes in length and have no more than 4-5 characters!

  • SUBMISSION FEE: $10.  Payable by check to "Stage Right Theatrics."  Please contact us at stageright826@gmail.com for electronic payment information. THERE IS NO FEE FOR NPX OR PSH MEMBERS!

  • SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR THE CTF 7®: OCTOBER 1, 2022.

Questions? 

Resources for Conservative Playwrights

Try these links:​​

​A small monthly charge, but definitely worth it!  This lists all kinds of opportunities for playwrights to submit their work.

​A Facebook group that supports our way of thinking!  They have been very supportive of me and my efforts to bring conservative theatre to the forefront.e.

A good source for conservative fiction.  Beware!  They do not post plays because plays have stage directions!?!  But you can feature your plays on your own sub-page.