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The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals to Open 2019 Applications on Monday, March 11
Posted by: Official_Press_Release 06:26 pm EDT 03/11/19

THE 24 HOUR PLAYS: NATIONALS

TO OPEN 2019 APPLICATIONS ON MONDAY, MARCH 11

The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals, in partnership with The New School for Drama,
offers a professional intensive for artists 25 & under

Today, The 24 Hour Plays, in partnership with The New School for Drama, announced that the annual application for The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals will be available starting March 11, 2019 and will run through April 1, 2019. The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals will take place in August in New York City.

The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals is a rigorous professional experience for artists 25 and under. Over the course of four days, six playwrights, six directors, six producers, twenty-four actors and one composer engage in intensive workshops, panel discussions, and finally, their own production of The 24 Hour Plays in an off-Broadway theater. The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals present an opportunity, at no cost, for young artists to meet their peers and build relationships that will serve them throughout their careers. The 24 Hour Plays seeks the very best of the next generation of theatermakers and arms them with what they need in order to find their way in this business — each other.

"The 24 Hour Plays are the best way to bring any community of artists together for a transformative experience," said Mark Armstrong, Executive Director for The 24 Hour Plays, "but they provide an especially meaningful experience for the young artists who've used this experience to launch important careers. Alumni of The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals are everywhere in the arts and entertainment industry and we're looking forward to welcoming the next great group of the artists of the future this summer."

"The 24 Hour Plays have been awesome for me," said Bekah Brunstetter (playwright: The Cake, screenwriter: This is Us), 2007 alumna of the program. "I really needed a community and they connected me with an awesome group of actors and directors who I still work with to this day."

“Nationals is a launchpad for the next generation of theatre artists,” said Colette Robert (director, Behind the Sheet), 2007 alumna. “It gave me an artistic community.”

Previous Nationals have featured discussions with Annie Baker, Jocelyn Bioh, Renee Blinkwolt, Michael Chernus, Claire Danes, Kristoffer Diaz, Maria Dizzia, Timothy Douglas, Rachel Dratch, Joel Marsh Garland, Lucas Hnath, Julia Jordan, Thomas Kail, Karen Kohlhaas, Warren Leight, Aasif Mandvi, Lou Moreno, Bruce Norris, Denis O'Hare, A. Rey Pamatmat, Austin Pendleton, Hubert Point-Du Jour, Max Posner, Adam Rapp, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Christopher Shinn, Leigh Silverman, Lucy Thurber, Liesl Tommy and many other stage and screen professionals.

The 24 Hour Plays celebrates the diversity of the theatrical field and seeks to make the application process equitable for every young artist. We actively encourage artists of all races, ethnicities, creeds, classes, abilities, genders, identities, affiliations, and orientations to apply for this program. If you have any accessibility concerns either with the application or the program, please reach out to madelyn@24hourplays.com so that we can make the necessary accommodations. For additional information, and to access the application, interested parties can visit: 24hourplays.com/nationals

The 24 Hour Plays® bring together extraordinary artists to create time-limited theater around the world. In addition to The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway and The 24 Hour Musicals in New York City, events take place in London, Los Angeles, Dublin, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Germany, Athens, Finland, Mexico City, Florence and Denmark. Through collaborations with The Lillys, Dublin Youth Theatre, Urban Arts Partnership, The Old Vic Theatre, Bennington College, Hennepin Theatre Trust, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Cornerstone Theater Company, PlayGround, Rakastajat-teatteri, The Orchard Project, The Del Sole Foundation and others, The 24 Hour Plays have raised millions of dollars for charities.
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