Announcing our 8th Annual
February Short Play Festival
SEX!

February 7 – February 24, 2019

DATES & LOCATIONS:

February 7 – February 24, 2019
The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre at The Players Theatre 115 MacDougal Street, New York, NY 10012
 
3 weeks, 4 performances weekly (Thursday through Sunday),
5 plays featured each week.

ELIGIBILITY:

Short Plays and Musicals with a performance time of 15 minutes or less, no more than 15 pages in length.
Writers are eligible to submit up to 2 plays.
THEME: “SEX!”
A little bit naughty and slightly steamy but very sexy. No one under 18 will be admitted to the performance so …..
All plays submitted must be centered on, or revolve around this theme.
** Note **
1) Playwrights are responsible for producing their own play – Host provides Theatre, technicians and box office
2) If selected, there is a $100 REFUNDABLE deposit required and a $50 NON-refundable tech fee required
Plays MUST be NO MORE 15 minutes in length and no more than 15 pages
Submissions open: December 21, 2018
Submissions close: January 5, 2019 at 11p
Play selection announced on or about; January 10th
All submissions are only accepted through the SUBMITTABLE system.  Please click below to submit your play!

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WINNERS OF PAST FESTIVALS


2018 February Finalists & Winners

DATES & LOCATIONS:
February 8 – February 25, 2018
The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre at The Players Theatre
115 MacDougal Street, New York, NY  10012

Week 1: February 08-11, 2018

Turnabout by Christopher Marshall – WINNER
The Depressed Hustler by Michael S. Piatkowski
Countdown by Straton Rushing
The Fairy Tale of America by Michael Niederman
Business As Usual by Genny Yosco

Week 2: February 15-18, 2018

The Eggshells by JC Hopkins
Matt and Susan and Greg and Julie by Walter Thinnes
The Heart Wants by Danielle Fink
V-Card by Stacey Weingarten – WINNER
Belgium Has Fallen by Michael Long

Week 3: February 22-25, 2018

45 Coffee Dates – an excerpt by Antonia Kasper
BeeKeeper by Jack Rushton – WINNER
Whole by Alina Jacobs
Red and the Wolf by Ingrid Oslund
Meep-meep by Paul Pasulka