Welcome to Write Local. Play Global.
We want to hear from you! Membership is free and open to all - playwrights, directors, dramaturgs, educators, administrators, students - anyone who values plays for young audiences.
Write Local. Play Global. is the ASSITEJ playwrights network.
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SCHOOLYARD STORIES- Theatre for Adolescents
2nd. Edition (2015/2017)
CALL FOR PLAYS
ATINA invites Spanish-speaking playwrights to participate in the SCHOOLYARD STORIES Project
Schoolyard Stories is an interdisciplinary project (which includes playwriting, direction, staging, exhibition and work with young people) about high school yards, dealing with adolescent topics from previous researches in secondary schools.
Playwrights are invited to submit a script to Purple Crayon Players’ PLAYground Festival of Fresh Works,
an exciting development opportunity for new work by TYA playwrights. We are currently seeking submissions for our 8th annual festival, to be held on Northwestern University’s campus in Spring 2016.
International writers as well as US writers are encouraged to submit. International playwrights should note that the scripts must be in English and limited travel funding is available.
Terrific piece by Roxanne Schroeder-Arce on young Latina protagonists in TYA theatres in the USA. Here's the link.
Gloria Bond Clunie (Chicago)
Martha King da Silva (Washington, DC)
Miranda Giles (Gilbert, AZ)
Amanda Hill (Orlando, FL)
Tristan Jacobs (South Africa)
Jeff Jenkins, (Chicago)
Janie Killips (Chicago)
Rex McGregor (New Zealand)
Beth Murray (Charlotte, NC)
Anna Nygren (Sweden)
Jeremy Schaefer (Chicago)
Roxanne Schoeder-Arce (Austin, TX)
Great article/interview on the TYA/USA blog