Incubator seeks to identify, support and develop emerging Queensland playwrights by creating a unified and nurturing environment in which to complete the first draft of a new play.
Across nine months of 2018, award-winning playwright Richard Jordan will lead participants through a range of activities designed to cultivate their own unique voice – and inspire a play they never thought they would write. Each workshop will revolve around a different “access point” to beginning a new work such as: Memory, Emotion, and Landscape, while various aspects of craft will be explored. At the end of the workshop series, each participant will hand in the first draft of a full-length play, and receive one-on-one feedback. At least one Incubator play is guaranteed entry into the 2019 Alpha Processing program.
Incubator is open to South-East Queensland playwrights eighteen years and over, in the first three years of their practice. The program will run fortnightly on Wednesday evenings, from 6:30pm – 9:00pm, at Playlab’s Rehearsal Room. An introductory session will take place one week before the first workshop.
Interested playwrights should email firstname.lastname@example.org the following:
- A copy or excerpt (3 pages minimum) of what you consider to be your “best” written work to date. This may be any form: play scripts, poetry, prose, film scripts etc.
- A one page CV, detailing your writing experience, education, and achievements.
- 300 words articulating why you want to take the course, and why writing for the theatre is important to you.
Applications for 2018 close on the 20th of February 5:00pm.
A $100 administration fee is payable upon acceptance.
For more information on the program and how to format your submissions hit up our website.