The Northwest Ten Festival of Ten-Minute Plays returns in 2018 for the 10th year running, continuing on its mission to become the premiere ten-minute play festival of the Pacific Northwest. Selected submissions were produced as a part of the Northwest Ten Festival
at Oregon Contemporary Theatre in Eugene, March 16 - March 25, 2018.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the 2018 festival is titled
NW102(or Northwest Ten Squared). "We're both proud and grateful," said Co-Executive Producer Paul Calandrino. "Proud to have produced quality theatre for ten years in Eugene, and grateful to all those who have participated in this thrilling enterprise, including our co-producers at OCT... This celebration is a tribute to Eugene itself and its spirit of collaboration and inclusion in the arts."
The 2018 Festival includes the following works: The Quail by Matthew Weaver, directed by Chris McVay Rouge Noir by Connie Bennett, directed by Inga R. Wilson These, Our Mindless Hearts by Dale Light, directed by Geno Franco Here to Serve You byBarbara Lindsay, directed by Maggie Hadley Talk Time by Clare McDonald, directed by Scott Frazier-Maskiell Dirty Dishes by Eric Braman, directed by Cullen Vance Grand Canyon by Scott Stolnack, directed by Erica Towe Kings of the World by Kate Danley, directed by Ty Potter
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. Submission guidelines and audition announcements for each year are posted online as they become available.
Submissions for the 2018 Festival are closed. Submissions for the 2019 Festival will open in September 2018.
Auditions 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. Auditioners are asked to prepare a one-minute, contemporary monologue (any genre) and a joke. Auditions are by appointment in the morning, with callbacks in the afternoon. Those who have acted in previous NW10 Festivals are asked to RSVP but do not need to attend the general auditions in the morning.
Auditions for the 2018 Festival have concluded. Audition information for the 2019 Festival will be posted here as it becomes available. -----------------
Questions about auditions?Email OCT Associate Producer Tara Wibrew: email@example.com.
The Northwest Ten Festival is a co-production of NW10 and Oregon Contemporary Theatre. If you have any additional questions, please email