Synchronicity Theatre is encouraging writers to bring their ideas to the public for the first time by participating in the annual “Stripped Bare: Arts Incubator Project.”

Just the facts

The theatre is now accepting applications for Stripped Bare, a program offering playwrights a chance to get a first run in a venue, in front of an audience, with a full cast. With minimal design elements for each performance, Stripped Bare is all about supporting the arts and allowing new ideas and new voices to flourish.

In the words of Synchronicity Theatre

“Stripped Bare is so named because this is about theatre at its core. While we value all of the artistry that stage design brings to full productions, a Stripped Bare project is not about sets, lights, props, costumes. It is about actors, words, passion, movement and ideas.”

Apply to Stripped Bare

Submissions are now open, with an August 17 deadline. Visit Synchronicity’s website for full details on submission requirements and selection details.

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