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A Day for a Play - from ASSITEJ France!

Dear friends,

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.

To facilitate the organization, please register as soon as possible at : Registration
You will then be sent all the details of the process.

As last year, the game will take only 24 hours (or less) of your time, during the first week of March 2015. You'll choose the day at your convenience, and it will be even simpler and funnier. The frame, the rules, and the text length will change, but we wish to offer you the same good time of writing. An addition : if you don't write in English,  you will be invited to provide a short summary in this language if possible.

For those who did not take part in the last game, or who have forgotten, everything is available here :

Looking forward to your answer, which we hope will be positive,
friendly yours,
Assitej France

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    The day that you are describing can even change the life of a person, if he or she played well in that one. The writing award is the biggest achievement. Because, becoming the winner among the numerous people of different background is an extremely difficult task.
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