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EON welcomes music theater conference submissions

Published October 27. 2012 4:00AM

The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center will begin accepting music theater works applications to be considered for development during the 2013 National Music Theater Conference on Thursday, Nov. 1. Submissions from applicants will be accepted with postmarks through Tuesday, Dec. 4.

The National Music Theater Conference supports the development of all styles and genres of music theater, including operas and hybrid works. The authors of selected works will be awarded a two-week residency during June or July 2013, including an intensive rehearsal process and four script-in-hand public readings. A stipend, housing, meals and transportation are provided for each writer. Early submissions are strongly encouraged.

The submission fee is $35. Original and adapted works are accepted; written rights to any material not in the public domain must be included with application and materials submitted.

Visit www.theoneill.org for more information and to download the application.

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