scripts sought for theatrical presentation

J D Drama Publishing

seeking monologues, humorous/dramatic interpretation, duets, and readers theatre for classrooms, and speech and drama tournaments

accepting scripts for ages 12 – 18, total length: 5 – 15 minutes


I share “no fee” writing opportunities and contests: gathering this information from various sources. I advise “caveat emptor” or in this case, let the writer beware when a venue is unknown to you.

If you know of a venue open to subs contact me: roxiewillbe(at)live(dot)com. In the subject line please state: “writing opportunity”

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12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Joan Y. Edwards
    Jul 15, 2012 @ 23:09:47

    Thanks for always sharing opportunities with your readers.
    Joan Y. Edwards


  2. philosophermouseofthehedge
    Jul 13, 2012 @ 13:30:20

    This is a good opportunity for one in touch with what kids and what the school competitions need.(possibly research requirements/recommendations for tournament selections- ask a school drama teacher?)
    It’s too bad all kids aren’t channeled through drama/debate/public speaking classes. Valuable skills for later in life learned there – and everyone should have a moment on the stage in front of an audience.
    Great find. Had forgotten about this venue. Thanks


    • Roxie
      Jul 14, 2012 @ 00:45:01

      good point phil! (Karen) yay, glad to reintroduce the market to ya!
      It is vital that kids experience all elements of the arts, and I’m so glad we have die-hard teachers who will step up to the plate and fill that need!


  3. 47whitebuffalo
    Jul 12, 2012 @ 19:14:31

    Okay this looks like fun! Thanks, Roxie!
    Are the Mockingbirds still in residence?


    • Roxie
      Jul 14, 2012 @ 00:40:27

      glad to help, no, well, they’re flying around but the babes have flown and I took the nest down…I hear them singing in my dogwood while I work, love it!🙂


  4. heylookawriterfellow
    Jul 12, 2012 @ 14:29:19

    Playwrighting was my first love — a love with which I still have the occasional tryst.

    Your timing with this post is perfect, Roxie; last night I watched rehearsal for a short play of mine that will be going up at the end of July.

    So I’m in a dramatic mood.


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