ATT Pitch Form 2015-16 (Responses)
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TimestampName of Show:Proposed By:Publishing Company:Estimated Royalties:Script CostGenreSize of Cast:Gender Makeup of Cast:
Specific Ethnicities Required:
Musician requirements?
Set Requirements:Costume Requirements:Special Effects Required:What part of our community will this show appeal to?How will it use ATT strengths?Why do you want this show to be produced?
What production positions would you be willing to fill for this show?
Challenges?Script link?Music or video link?When would you like to see this done?Notes:
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8/3/2015 3:13:36The Audition by Don ZolidisEngela EdwardsPlayscripts Inc50 Plus $75 for one archival video license.$9.99Play13-30
10 f, 3 m, 11 either (13-30 actors possible): 3-25 f, 1-25 m
Can be done if there is only 1 male.
NoNoneNone neededModern high school drama students. Allows for individuality in students creating their costumes, while still being easy. None
Friends & family, young audiences.
Naturalistic, correct age group, flexible casting. Has monologues and group scenes. 1st of 3 plays. I get to know the actors better. Everyone gets their moment, lots of on stage time for everyone. Monologues, and group scenes. Naturalistic while working on comic timing, and some serious bits. Gets us ready for the next play. Play may be video taped which can be a good learning tool. It is short enough to be able to warm up, work on skills, and still get a full run.DirectorGetting the cast to understand the timing needed.
Getting the cast to commit to being at all the rehearsals.
Getting the cast to play levels of emotion.
https://www.playscripts.com/sample/1427
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There are some on YouTube. But I won't link to them, because I'd rather you judge the script, not the performance. If I'd seen the videos I most likily wouldn't have done the show. There is a reason that playwrights don't want videos of bad productions on the internet.As soon as possibleThis is my choice for the first show. The cost is reasonable enough that we could do multiple performances, thus continuing to learn through performance.
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8/10/2015 16:25:09Homework Eats Dog and Other Woeful Tales by Alan HaehnelEngel EdwardsPlayscripts Inc$45 each show. Plus $75 for one archival video license.$8.99Play
as few as 9 to as needed
7 f, 7 m, 21 either (20-51 actors possible: 0-51 f, 0-51 m)
gender irrelevant
NoneNoneA desk, a chair, and a box is all that is needed. Can play on any set.Modern dress. Age appropriate school clothes. One adult teacher costume. EASY.
None. But strobe if available.
Teens, friends, family.All but one character is the correct age group as the actors. Youthful energy is needed.2nd of 3 plays. More imaginative use of bodies. Less realistic. More stylized. Everyone gets their moment, lots of on stage time for everyone. Monologues, and group scenes. More work on comic timing, adding absurdism. Gets actors ready for the next play. Play may be video taped which can be a good learning tool. It is short enough to be able to warm up, work on skills, and still get a full run. The actors haven't seen the movie, so they will have to use their imaginations.DirectorGetting the actors to push past their comfort zone and be willing to look silly, while staying complete control of scene. More work on speed and timing issues. Finding unusual takes, instead of the obvious.https://www.playscripts.com/sample/1125Recommend reading the script. Need to work into the APAC schedule. Would rather have multiple performances in the same weekend, than to spread them out over multiple weekends, so as to build on what they learned in performance the night before.
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8/10/2015 17:01:03Beyond Tolerance by Alan HaenelEngel EdwardsBrooklyn Publishing$35 per performance$5.25Play9 plusFlexibleNoneNone
Levels. Platforms. A cage large enough for a adult to sit inside and be very visible to the audience.
Black and white circus attire, and one person in color, one trench coat. No costume changes except when playing multiple characters. Actors are encouraged to go really elaborate, but they can stay simple. They'll use wigs and masks. Learn to use creating your costume to create your character.NoneTeens and adults.Will use everything they've learned thus far and build on it.3rd of 3 plays. Uses strong group work. It is absurdest, using the highest comedy skills, with strong, emotional, physical, and dramatic effects. DirectorUsing masks. Changing the bodies natural stance. Being an individual while keeping in sync. Another challenge would be if someone joins later without the experience of the other two shows.https://www.brookpub.com/bp/Scripts/Samples/BeyondTolerance=122712.pdfDon't depend on videos. Read and use your imagination.3rd. When we can have a week of stage. Maybe the week after a mainstage show is struck.Would like to see this done 3rd.
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12/10/2015 16:51:52CrushedRiley NewtonPlayscripts
Performance Fee $50
Standard Edition $8.99
eScript Digital Edition $9.99
Stage Manager Edition $17.99
14 for $139.86 (Printable)
Play
4 f, 4 m (8-29 actors possible: 4-14 f, 4-15 m)
NeatralNANoneMinimal21st century NATeens, Adults, Children
To get people to act and have fun
Because it looks really funny and light NAPeople getting out of their comfort zone https://www.playscripts.com/sample/2472NAWhen we're ready
I think it will be enjoyable to do and watch!
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