NW10 2019: NW10 Goes to 11!
March 1 - March 10, 2019
Pay-What-You-Can Preview, February 28, 2019
The 2019 festival featured the following works: Torrid Taxes by Laurie Spector, directed by Chelsey Megli Inertia by Rachael Carnes, directed by Aaron Michael Smart Paint My Lips Pretty by Jeremy Urann, directed by Inga R. Wilson Of Bots and Men by Sylvie Pederson, directed by Scott Frazier-Maskiell Onion Ode by Matthew Weaver, directed by Kari Boldon Welch Dhebba by Sravya Tadepalli, directed by Eric Braman The Purple J and X-Ray Vision by Deborah Chava Singer, directed by Ty Potter The News by Rebecca Blanchard, directed by Erica Towe
Submissions for the 2019 NW10 Festival have closed.
The Northwest Ten Festival of Ten-Minute Plays returns in 2019 for the 11th year running, continuing on its mission to become the premiere ten-minute play festival of the Pacific Northwest. Selected submissions will be produced as a part of the Northwest Ten Festival
at Oregon Contemporary Theatre in Eugene in March 2019.
The 2019 show is titled
Northwest Ten Goes to Eleven!, so named for that extra push over the cliff in the eleventh year of turning up the dial. “We’re delighted to continue the tradition of quality local theatre,” said co-Executive Producer Connie Bennett. “Eugene area audiences have come to appreciate the tradition of whimsy, surprise, and delight inherent in the ten-minute play format. We are so grateful to all those who have participated in the past decade of NW10, including our co-producers at OCT, the talented actors, directors, designers and crew, the community at large, and—of course—the playwrights!”
Submissions & Auditions
Script submissions for the Northwest Ten Festival of Ten-Minute Plays are accepted annually from September 1 through October 31, with auditions taking place in late January. All community members are welcome to audition for the NW10 Festival each year. With approximately 20-25 roles available each festival, this is a great opportunity to meet and work with lots of other local artists.
Auditions for the Festival take place in January of each year. Approximately 18-24 roles are available each year for actors of all types, genders, backgrounds, abilities, ethnicities and experience levels. Questions about auditions? Email OCT Associate Producer Tara Wibrew: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Northwest Ten Festival is a co-production of NW10 and Oregon Contemporary Theatre. If you have any additional questions, please email