NW10 Festival

NW10 AUDITIONS: Saturday, February 5
10am-11:30pm  OR  Noon - 1:30pm (choose one session)

Note: OCT artists, staff and volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In order to audition and/or begin rehearsals, artists must show proof of full vaccination along with matching photo ID. Paper or digital documentation (e.g. a photo of your immunization card) is acceptable.

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Announcing the 2022 festival,
NW10: Long Story Short
Live and in person, April 1-10, 2022

The 2022 slate includes:
Better Living Through Chemistry by Jennifer Chaney (Florence, OR)
CRABS(DOT)COM by Rachael Carnes (Eugene, OR)
Going in Blind by Tamar Shai Bolkvadze (Lake Oswego, OR)
Monsters Beyond the Midnight Zone by Lindsay Partain (Portland, OR)
Moving On by Cameron Jackson (Eugene, OR)
Structural Integrity by Matthew Weaver (Spokane, WA)
The Appointment by Hannah Teryn (Central Point, OR)
Wings of Change by Isabelle Rogers (Creswell, OR)

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PLAYWRIGHTS: Submissions are now closed for the 2022 Festival. 
Submissions for the 15th annual NW10 Festival will open in September 2022, with performances to take place in winter/spring 2023.

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DIRECTORS: Director interest submissions are now closed. Interest forms for the 2023 festival will open in Fall 2022.

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The 2021 festival,  NW10: Into the Cybersphere, was performed across four nights in February 2021. Featured scripts included:

Spaghetti by Deborah Chava Singer (Vancouver, WA)
Fisher's Daughter by Alina Rios (Seattle, WA)
lift by Heidi Kraay (Boise, ID)
Mattress Magic Empire by Eric Braman (Springfield, OR)
Sarah and Charles are on the Bus by Connor French (Portland, OR)
On the Porch by Debbie Lamedman (Portland, OR)
Loss and Light by Marla Norton (Eugene, OR)
The Tale of the User Agreement by Lolly Ward (Portland, OR) 

Click here to download the digital program for NW10: Into the Cybersphere!

The 2021 NW10 Festival was produced with support from the Lane County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust.

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The Northwest Ten Festival is a co-production of NW10 and Oregon Contemporary Theatre. If you have any additional questions, please email  NW10Festival@gmail.com.

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