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TWO DAYS OF ACTION PACKED WORKSHOPS ON COLLABORATIVE THEATRE.

PLAYMARKET have gathered on board some of the country's most experienced and successful theatre collaborators to lead a series of five workshops exploring the creation, recording, and contracting of collaborative work.

The details:

Friday 1 – Saturday 2 JULY 2011

9am – 5pm daily

$10 per session

NZ WORKS STAGED 2010/2011

In April 2011, PLAYMARKET carried out some research into NZ works being staged, on NZ mainstages, in 2010 and 2011.

Here are the research parameters, definitions, and findings.

CONGRATULATIONS TO...

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL FINALISTS OF THE NZWG 2011 TELEVISION SCRIPT COMPETITION!

b4 25 SHORTLISTED PLAYS AND PLAYWRIGHTS

We are delighted to announce the shortlisted plays from our first b4 25 competition. Congratulations to them and many thanks to everybody who submitted and helped ensure the extremely high standard. We are hoping to announce the winners by the end of the month.<--break->

ADAM NZ PLAY AWARD 2011 WINNERS

PLAYMARKET is pleased to announce the ADAM NZ PLAY AWARD winner for 2011:

ARUN SUBRAMANIAM for his play HERO

Hero recounts the glory and anguish surrounding a Malaysian politician's assassination as told through the eyes of his wife and thirteen-year-old son.

PLAYMARKET also announced the following category winners:

Runners-up:                        

Courtney Meredith for Rushing Dolls

Georgina Titheridge for Sliderhands

Best Play by a Pasifika Playwright:

PLAYWRIGHTS b4 25

Change the world - write a play!

SUBMISSIONS ARE CLOSED.

Playmarket is again searching for the best plays from young New Zealand writers. If you're under 25 and you have a new play, we'd love to read it.

LIVE SCREENPLAY COMPETITION

Deadline for next submissions - January 31st 2012

The WINNER of the 2011 Live Screenplay Competition is RUST by Melanie Drewery.

Congratulations to Melanie and all on the shortlist which also includes:-  The Lightness of Touch & Violet Street by Renee Boyer Willisson; Petrol Head by Rochelle Bright; Mill Town by Brett Higginson; and It Wasn't Meant to Be Like This by Michelanne Forster.

The Live Screenplay Competition is a Play Press/Playmarket partnership to find the Best Unfilmed Screenplay.  The winner will be given professional advice and time with a script advisor, as appropriate.

ADAM NZ PLAY AWARD

PLAYMARKET presents this award annually for the best new New Zealand play. The award, formerly the Playmarket New Play Award, has been offered since 2008. It is the only one of its kind for new writing and encourages writers to banish all self censoring, all worries about what theatres want, what is affordable and what they think audiences want to see.

Take this opportunity to have your play read by a panel of industry professionals.

Entrance requirements

Open to any New Zealand citizen/permanent resident.

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