Anybody who has participated in the various Short+Sweet festivals (whether the 10-minute play festivals, dance contests, Bollywood or Voice seasons) knows that they have joined a large worldwide community, one taking in cities describing a broad arc of locations from Harare to Delhi to Wellington, since Short+Sweet’s inception in Sydney in 2002.
*Tickets on sale now - Laycock st Community theatre - 0243233233
*Short+Sweet Central Coast would like to thank Central Coast Council and Star 104.5 FM for their sponsorship
* Short+Sweet Central Coast is proud to announce support from S+S Sydney with the Grand Final winner from S+S Central Coast
Going into Sydney Grand Final in March 2017
* Other prizes include Cash prizes
and recording time in local recording studio for possible vocal performances.
* Other prizes awarded will be:-
Any entries received will be considered for the following Short+Sweet festivals in 2017 (and 2018):
FORM INACTIVE - DO NOT SUBMIT!!!
For the one entry fee of AU$20, your script will be considered for all of the above festivals. Some of the highest-rated entries from previous years were performed four or more times.
If you would like to join the mailing list for Short+Sweet writers, please email email@example.com with "Writer subscribe" in the subject line.
In 3 weekends we have presented - 62 plays with 60 directors, 60 writers and 307 actors - and only 12 staff members made this festival happen!
by Jeffery Fisher-Smith
Directed by Todd Felderstein
Dale Raoul & Ray Thompson
Bridgett and Iain
by Norelle Scott
Directed by Leah Patterson
Vivienne Powell and Damian Sommerlad
Best Playwright award:
by Jeffrey Fischer-Smith
TOP 30 – Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 22-24 at 8pm
1. “Bride of Godzilla” (USA) by Felix Racelis
Director: John Fingal McDonald
Cast: Damian Kerr, Mara New, Suni Vernekar, Maithy Vu,
2. “My Name is Cin Ma” by Stray Factory Theatre Company (India)
Any entries received will be considered for Short+Sweet Central Coast
Please upload your video link of your 10 minute piece (acting, dance, song, musical or other), that will be considered for Short+Sweet Central Coast, as well as any additional festivals we run in 2017.
Some of the highest-rated entries from both 2014, 2015 and 2016 were performed four or more times at various festivals.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
BECOME AN ASSESSOR
How would you like to become a Short+Sweet script assessor?
Short+Sweet receives thousands of script submissions from all over the world every year. Each script is read between three and five times as part of our Assessment Process, hence, we are always on the lookout for experienced writers, teachers and theatre professionals to join us as Script Assessors.
Why become an assessor.