Sunday, August 3, 2014

3rd Annual Bad Theater Fest seeks plays


The festival has attracted both first-time playwrights and eclectic material from more established artists. 2013 festival highlights include the award-winning Get Up, Gowanus!, an inappropriate kids show starring puppets that takes place on the toxic banks of Gowanus Canal. In Who's the Biggest A-hole, a game show determines who is the biggest a-hole on stage, the winning contestant awarded $50. Plus three staged pieces written by first time playwrights and students of Voices Inside/Out's writing program at a medium security prison in Burgin, Kentucky graced the Bad Theater stage.
With a focus on short plays, the Bad Theater Fest seeks creative and exciting pieces of Drama, Comedy, Experimental, Musical, Clowning, Improvisation, LGBT-themed, Short Films, Staged Readings more.

The deadline for submissions is Friday, August 15 at Midnight EST.

The submissions process is 100% free. Projects may be submitted through the form available at http://www.badtheaterfest.com/home/submit2014/. Interested playwrights should include a short bio, short description of the play, and a list and links of similar projects (if applicable). 

Bad Theater Fest also runs the Bad Film Fest, an annual Spring collection of weird, witty and wacky short films from around the world.

All festival information is available at badtheaterfest.com and on Twitter @badtheaterfest.