Mead Theatre Lab Program

Each fall, artists and emerging arts organizations submit proposals for projects to be presented in the Mead Theatre Lab, 60-seat black box theatre at Flashpoint. A panel of theatre professionals recommends three to five projects to be presented each season. Selected artists receive up to five weeks of free space, mentorship from panel members and marketing and production support.

The Mead Theatre Lab Program has helped to launch the careers of some of Washington’s most exciting arts organizations including Helen Hayes award winners Pointless Theatre Company, Taffety Punk and Factory 449 and Helen Hayes Award nominees Dog & Pony DC. For information about the Mead Theatre Lab Program, .

Projects for the Mead Theatre Lab Program are recommended by an advisory panel.
The 2015-16 panel included:

Alexe Nowakowski, CityDance
Thembi Duncan, Young Playwrights Theater
Michael Kyrioglou, TheatreWashington
Pete Miller, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Georgetown University
Tom Prewitt, WSC Avant Bard
Debra Kim Sivigny, Georgetown University

CURRENTLY ACCEPTING PROPOSALS
for the Mead Theatre Lab Program’s 2016-17Season 

Here’s how it works:

* Phase I – Artists will submit proposals for self-produced production, or works-in-progress.

Due November 17 at 5pm.

* Phase II – Select artists will be invited to interview with the panel in early 2016. Artists will receive final notification in Spring 2016.

QUESTIONS?
Come to our Info Session: September 16, 6-8pm
Contact us: violet@culturaldc.org

SUBMIT APPLICATION HERE

 

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