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.
Assessing scripts is a great way to develop your critical evaluation skills and to keep abreast of what’s happening in international theatre. S+S receives an enormous variety of scripts from all over the world and no genre, style or subject area is left untouched.
By becoming a Script Assessor, you can:
- Sharpen your critical evaluation skills
- Read plays from all over the world and discover what’s happening in theatre
- Gain ideas from other writers which you can inspire and inform your next script/production
- Help the arts by creating interest in theatre and scriptwriting
- Give playwrights the chance to have their scripts assessed fairly and thoroughly
- Create opportunities for great new work to be staged.
What are the requirements?
To ensure our scripts get the high-quality assessments they deserve, S+S has minimum standards our assessors must meet.
All assessors must:
- Agree to the Code of Conduct to ensure unbiased assessments are given
- Have a background in theatre, creative writing, teaching or communications
- Be 18 years or older
- Commit to provide assessments for each of the scripts they agree to review – Commit that they will follow through and assess all of the scripts they agree to assess
- Provide Short+Sweet with a CV
Being a S+S assessor is a simple process. Everything is handled online and managed by our International Literary Manager Pete Malicki. Email him here firstname.lastname@example.org.