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They're accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until November 1
Dates: Long Fringe (90-minute slots) January 24 - February 5 at the Salvage Vanguard Theatre and the Blue Theatre
Short Fringe (30-minute slots) January 17 - February 18 at the Hyde Park Theatre
B.Y.O.V (Bring Your Own Venue) open
In its "Dramatis Personae" Series, Scriptworks presents
A primer in self-producing for the fringe
A workshop taught by Christina J. Moore
Wednesday, September 14, 7 p.m.
Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W. 43rd St. (click for map)
COST: $5 Scriptwork members; $10 othersl
INFO/RESERVATIONS: 512.454.9727; email@example.com
Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks, co-producers of FronteraFest, a five-week long performance festival held every January and February, announce that applications are now available for download at the Hyde Park Theatre website, www.hydeaparktheatre.org. The application deadline is November 1st and the application fees of $50 for the Short Fringe and $500 for the Long Fringe are discounted for those applying by October 1st.
The FronteraFest 101 workshop, led by ScriptWorks Executive Director and FronteraFest Producer Christina J. Moore, will guide participants through the process of preparing a piece for FronteraFest. From resources for finding actors, directors, and rehearsal space to the ins and outs of the technical rehearsal, we'll cover it all. Christina J. Moore is a director and producer whose work has been seen at The State Theatre, Zachary Scott Theatre Center, Mary Moody Northen Theater, Vortex Repertory Company, Capitol City Playhouse, Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre, Different Stages, and ScriptWorks (formerly Austin Script Works), which she helped found in 1997. FronteraFest 2012 will mark her eleventh year as producer of the festival under the joint enterprise of Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks.
About Scriptworks (formerly Austin Script Works) ScriptWorks is a playwrigh- driven organization that seeks to promote the craft of dramatic writing and to protect the playwright's integrity by encouraging playwright initiative and harnessing collective potential. The Dramatis Personae series was initiated to provide area playwrights a place to experiment with their craft and expand their careers.
About the Hyde Park Theatre. Hyde Park Theatre develops writers, designers, directors, and actors from within the Austin community, while at the same time producing works by exciting new and established voices of the alternative theatre scene.