ImprovBoston Show Proposal Form

Use the form below to submit your show proposal for consideration in the next season. Like nature, we feature 4 seasons a year.

We accept rolling submissions year round. We will notify you the first week of the month following the proposal deadline with our programming decision. Take note of the important programming deadlines below:

--Submit by April 15, 2015: for June / July / August / September
--Submit by July 15, 2015: for September / October / November / December
--Submit by October 15, 2015: for December / January / February / March

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    The Show

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    Scheduling

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    Logistics

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    Production Team

    Please outline your team below. Please secure their involvement BEFORE you submit your proposal. The key to mounting a successful show is assembling a committed Production Team, and as such, proposals will be judged based both on the show itself and the capabilities of the production team. As with the cast, your proposal must accurately reflect the talent involved in your project. If you list unconfirmed production team members, your proposal will be dismissed and you risk having future proposals receive lesser consideration. We regularly confirm involvement with submitted directors and producers.

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    Production Design

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    IP

    Protecting the intellectual comedic property of both the artist and the theater is no joke. As a nonprofit organization with a commitment to serving the community, we have some of the most artist-centric IP philosophies around. Read about our IP Principles here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzCFU2-xVF36bWVzc2J2bWV5T0U/edit?usp=sha...
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