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Script submissions now being accepted for the

de (8-6-2009)

hotINK is an annual festival of plays, presented by the Tisch School of the Arts by the Department of Drama, which has featured the work of writers from 17 countries, including Mary Rachel Brown (Australia), Nicholas Khalezin (Belarus), Koffi Kwahulé (France), Paul Brodowsky (Germany), Andreas Flourakis (Greece), José Pliya (Guadaloupe), Ximena Escalante (Mexico), Jeroen van den Berg (The Netherlands), José Maria Vieira Mendes (Portugal), Alina Nelega (Romania), Milena Bogavac (Serbia) Debbie Tucker Green (U.K.) as well as Canadian authors Bob Armstrong, Geneviève Billette, Nicolas Billon, Nick Carpenter, Carole Fréchette, Daniel Karasik, Wajdi Mouawad, Mieko Ouchi, and U.S. playwrights such as Migdalia Cruz, Jeffrey Hatcher, Israel Horovitz, David Mamet, Chiori Miyagawa, Itamar Moses, Keith Reddin, Caridad Svich and Mac Wellman. Guest actors and directors have included Bill Camp, Kathleen Chalfant, Liz Diamond, Kathryn Erbe, John Gallagher, Jr., Joe Grifasi, Kathryn Grody, Jessica Hecht, Francis Jue, Robert Lyons, Joan MacIntosh, Steve Mellor, Stephanie Roth Haberle, Henry Stram, B.D. Wong and Janet Zarish.

For more information, please visit www.hotink.org

hotINK 2010 International Play Reading Festival
Submission Guidelines

Full-length plays that have not had productions in the U.S. are preferred but one-acts will be considered. We are currently unable to consider musicals.

All scripts must be submitted in English

Due to the volume of plays we receive, one script submission per author will be considered; if more than one script is sent, neither will be considered.

If your work was presented in hotINK 2009, we ask that you kindly wait until next year to submit a play.

In addition to the play, all submissions must include:
contact information
a writing resume/CV
a brief synopsis of the play
a character list and brief description of roles
for U.S. playwrights: a submission reading fee of $10, payable by check or money order. Checks should be made out to TSOA Department of Drama. Should this fee present a hardship, please contact Festival Director Catherine Coray to request a waiver. cc19@nyu.edu

Please note that we are unable to consider any submissions
that do not include all the above materials.

· To submit via post, send all materials to:
Melissa Parrish, Literary Manager
hotINK 2010
Department of Drama
Tisch School of the Arts
721 Broadway 3rd floor
New York, NY 10003

Deadline: postmarked by September 1st, 2009

· To submit digitally, send all materials to hotink2010@gmail.com by September 1, 2009. Scripts should be in PDF format; Word documents will be accepted—but please make sure format is correct before sending. Ten dollar submission fee may be mailed separately, addressed to Ms. Parrish.

· Please be advised that we are not able to return materials. Selected playwrights will be contacted by mid-November.

· Due to limited resources, hotINK cannot cover the cost of travel or housing for selected playwrights.

For more information, please visit www.hotink.org
or contact Festival Director Catherine Coray: cc19@nyu.edu

Catherine Coray
Festival Director, hotINK International Play Reading Festival
Associate Arts Professor
Experimental Theatre Wing
Department of Drama
Tisch School of the Arts
212.992.9349
cc19@nyu.edu

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