A. ONLINE APPLICATION COMPONENT

Fill out the online application form below, identifying the dramaturg(s), project, and faculty nominator.

NOTE: If more than one dramaturg worked on the project, only one dramaturg is required to fill out the application form. However, please include the name of all dramaturgs on the cover sheet of the packet of submitted materials (detailed below.)

Registrations are due by 5pm on Sunday, December 15, 2019.

NOTE: After submitting this online form, you should receive an email confirmation from the dramaturgy coordinator within a few business days.

B. PRINTED OR PDF APPLICATION COMPONENT

The following elements should be included in your submission packet:

  1. A cover sheet listing the dramaturg’s essential information; name of all participating dramaturg(s), the school, the title of the production, and the email address of the dramaturg(s) and nominating faculty member.
  2. Two statements written by the dramaturg(s), one describing the breadth and scope of the project and its challenges, the other detailing the process from start to finish. There is no fixed length requirement for these statements, but 3-8 double-spaced pages per statement is a reasonable guideline.
  3. Letter of nomination from a faculty member. If you wish, you may include more letters of support from persons directly related to the project—collaborating artists or audience members for a workshop or production, or fellow students/teachers in a classroom project. But we only require one.
  4. All materials that seem relevant, but not to exceed 100 pages. This may include emails between the director, the cast, the designers, etc and the dramaturg(s); pictures of the display; links to websites created; questions asked during the process; and information gathered for individual packets. We are not interested in your Xeroxing all that you researched, but in your analysis and compilation of materials researched.

As you decide what to include in your packet, please look over the Award Criteria listed on the Student Dramaturgy Award homepage and choose the approach and materials that best speaks to these standards.

Submit the entire application packet as a single PDF file—to Matthew Reeder, Region III Dramaturgy Coordinator. For PDF packets larger than 2 MB, please use a file sharing service such as Dropbox or Sendspace, as large files may not be accepted by the coordinator’s mail server. Packets must be received by 5pm on December 15th, 2019.

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