Peninsula College seeks monologues for production in spring

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula College Drama Department is accepting submissions for the 2017 Find Your Voice Play Festival.

The deadline for submissions is 11:59 p.m. Jan. 15. Selections for the production will be announced by Jan. 31.

“I’ve Never Told Anyone (But I’m Going to Tell You)” will be performed March 6-8. The venue will be announced at a later date.

This year’s festival will include monologues based on any of the following prompts:

• “I’ve never told anyone, but I’m going to tell you.”

• “When I was 10 …”

• “No one could believe how many marbles could fit into a coffin.”

Monologues can be no longer than seven minutes. Poems that can be performed also will be considered. All submissions will be considered as works in progress.

Submitters do not have to use any of the prompt phrases in the monologue itself and are welcome to submit up to three monologues.

“We’re excited about this festival,” said Lara Starcevich, drama department chair.

“Theater invites collaboration. The 2017 Find Your Voice Festival provides an extraordinary opportunity for writers to see their work leap from the page to the stage, and to learn how to refine their work in collaboration with actors and directors.”

To submit a monologue, go to http://tinyurl.com/PDN-monologues.

For more information, contact Karen Hogan at karen@karenhogan storyshaper.com or 360-683-4670.

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