Proposal To Direct: ACT's 63rd Season

ACT Play Production Proposal

All proposals for our upcoming 63rd season plays are now welcomed for consideration at this time until December 31, 2018. Your proposal will be considered for one of the four planned productions that make up the regular ACT season.

Please submit this form no later than December 31, 2018. The ACT Board of Directors will review all proposals after the date above and make selections.

Selection will be based on many factors, including timing and funding. Submission of a proposal does not guarantee acceptance for production.

ACT is looking for the following show times to be filled:

• Winter – Performances 1st three weekends in December 2019
• Spring – Performances in Feb-March 2020
• Summer – Performances in May 2020
• Fall – Performances in September -October 2020

To be considered, proposals must be submitted by Dec 31, 2018 either by online submission (below), email, or by mail. If you choose to submit by mail, please also send an email to alert us, so we may confirm receipt of your proposal.

Mail: Attleboro Community Theatre
RE: Play Submission
71 N Main St.
Attleboro, MA 02703

ACT: 63rd Season
Director(s) Name: *
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Email *
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Phone Number *
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City *
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Production Title *
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Description *
Please include: • Plot outline • Character breakdown – Number of male & female principal characters (age range) male & female supporting characters (age range) male & female extras (age range) • What makes this an interesting addition to the season? *Include your vision of the production, including set and costume thoughts.
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Production Type (i.e. Comedy, Drama, etc) *
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Proposed Season Slot *
Estimated Budget: Not to exceed $2,500 *
Include a breakdown of the cost of scripts, publicity, set design, props, costumes, printing and other.
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Who has the rights to the production? *
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Explain Audience Appeal *
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Identify Your Production Staff (suggested)
• Producer – Secures rights, makes sure production stays on schedule. • Set Designer – Someone who can build or supervise building of set • Lighting Designer – Someone to hang or supervise hanging and focusing of lights and conduct lighting board • Sound Operator– Someone who will assist and manage the soundboard • Musical Director (if applicable) • Assistant Director- Someone to assist the Director • Stage Manager- Someone to assist with all aspects of the show running smoothly • Other: Prop Manager, Costumes, etc
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