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CALL FOR STAGE PRODUCTIONS (article first published : 2007-06-18)

The Playhouse Company is currently devising its artistic plans for 2008/9 and invites arts practitioners to submit for consideration proposals for stage productions in the areas of dance, drama and music.

Proposals must be for productions that are ready to be staged and not at a conceptual phase. Work must be of a high artistic standard. Arts practitioners may apply in one or more of the following categories:

Schools Programme – education and development productions geared for schools audiences. These include dramatisations of matric set works, both in first language and secondary language categories in English and isiZulu, and also productions with a general life-skills content geared for senior primary school audiences.

South African Women’s Arts Festival – gender sensitive productions that highlight contributions made by women in society in the fields of music, dance, drama or poetry, or projects in fields such as photography and sculpture whose content relates to the above mentioned categories of the performing arts will be given preference.

Hip Kulcha Programme – productions that aim to uplift or motivate the outlook of youth, that include elements of skills transfer, or that provide a safe space for youth issues to be debated.

New Stages – productions that reflect the creative ethos of the New South Africa, highlighting the best of our artistic and cultural heritage.

Following a review process of up to three months, successful applicants will be notified in writing.

Further ‘in-kind’ benefits will include costumes, sets, props from previous productions, basic stage, lighting and sound facilities, and administrative support. The Playhouse Company will offer marketing support for the successful chosen productions.

Application forms are available from Playhouse Company’s head office Arts Department, situated on First Floor, 29 Acutt Street, Durban, or by e-mail at arts@playhousecompany.com

Original signed applications with three letters of reference must be submitted to The Playhouse Company Arts Department on 29 Acutt Street, Durban, 4001 no later than July 23, 2007.

For further information call 031 369 9463/4/7.




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