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.
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
The ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering is the annual platform of ASSITEJ International. ASSITEJ Germany and the German Children and Young People’s Theatre Centre are organising the third International Meeting in Berlin in April.
WLPG and our fellow networks - the Inclusive Arts Network, Small Size and ITYARN - will all be there, so how about you? For more details, including registration, go to the Augenblick mal! website.
We know and we appreciate your involvement in contemporary playwriting, particularly for young audiences, and we have the great pleasure to announce that we are going to organize the second version of our instant TYA playwriting game, with the support of Write Local, Play Global.
Last year, more than 60 authors, from 15 different countries took part of it.
WLPG Sparks (Chicago): the unexpected is a collaborative project between Write Local. Play Global, the international TYA playwright’s network, and Theatre for Young Audiences/USA toward the creation of original 500 word monologues on the theme of what happens at an unexpected moment of opportunity. The selected pieces will be read by the playwrights at the One Theatre World Festival which will be held from May 7-9, 2015 hosted by The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago.
Here is a message from Purple Crayon Players:
We are currently seeking submissions for our 7th annual festival, to be held on Northwestern University’s campus in Spring 2015. As we continue to grow and develop, it is especially exciting to announce that the festival will be different this year than in past years. This includes many changes such as speakers, professionally led workshops, and student written work just to name a few.
The short list for PGC’s Carol Bolt Award, as well as the Stage West Pechet Family Comedy & Musical Awards were released September 29th by their respective juries.
The National Script Workshop is Playwriting Australia’s most popular and valuable opportunity for playwrights with a new play in development. From one-day play reading with immediate dramaturgical feedback, to an intensive week or fortnight workshop, playwrights are offered the time, space and expertise from outstanding creatives and actors to take their play closer to the stage. Workshopped plays are also in consideration for showcase at the National Play Festival each year.