Production Proposal Applications

SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSALS FOR CONSIDERATION

Call for Proposals: Community Art Festival 2018

The Playhouse Company would like to invite performing theatre companies to submit proposals for the Community Art Festival which will take place at The Playhouse from 5 to 20 October 2018.

Interested candidates need to email: artscoordinator2@playhousecompany.com a comprehensive motivation which includes the following:

  • A detailed proposal about the production to be staged.
  • Information regarding the production company, including their history and experience.
  • A letter of reference.
  • Support material about the company’s previous work would be an advantage.

The following criteria must be met in order for the production to be considered:

  1. Submit a list of creative team, which includes: technical, creative team and cast members.
  2. The production must be stage ready.
  3. Maximum 1 hour duration.
  4. The production can range from drama, dance, musicals and lyrical poetry.
  5. No live bands are permitted.

All selected companies/applicants will be invited to showcase their production at The Playhouse Company.

The deadline for submissions is: 17 August 2018.

Late submissions will not be considered.

 


Production Proposals Applications

Thank you for showing interest in partnering with The Playhouse Company.

Applications for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 are now CLOSED.

Please take note of the following for future applications:

  1. Applicants must adhere strictly to the prescribed format (application form)
  2. In the event that your proposal receives favourable consideration, in relation to A – D listed below, The Playhouse Company is likely to provide one or a combination of the following contributions to your project: rehearsal and performance venues; technical support; marketing and promotional backup; access to existing props, costumes, sets and performance fees.
  3. Indicate capacity to deliver against your proposed production.
  4. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
A School Season: Education and development productions geared for scholars and/or matric learners
B South African Women’s Arts Festival: Productions that highlight the lives and contributions made by women in society
C New Stages: Existing professional productions that embody the creative talent of SA for intimate Playhouse venues
D In- Association: Existing, fully-fledged productions presented in partnership with the Playhouse

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