CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Annual (ish) Short Works Festival


☀️It’s that time of year again, folks!☀️

We’re looking to showcase a variety of performative art as we continue Sundown’s goal of cultivating and collaborating with local performers and artists.

We’re open to anything, so send us all of your ideas and all the short works you have! Here’s some examples of what you could submit:
-short plays
-one-person shows
-stand up
-devised pieces
-movement theatre
-dance pieces
-and if you can think of it, we’re interested in it!

Just fill out this google form with your info:

We’re looking for pieces that are 20 minutes or less – we don’t need a finished product, we only ask that you send us SOMETHING. If you feel that a discussion is necessary to explain your idea, contact us and we can set up an in-person or Skype meeting to talk. An oral presentation is optional; we will consider all submissions we get.
– Please let us know if you are interested in directing your piece when you submit. It’s not a requirement, but it’s helpful to know upfront.
– If material is copyrighted, you will be responsible for obtaining and paying for the rights if your piece is chosen.
– Put all contact information (name, email, phone) with submission.
– There is no compensation offered for producing your work, but you can see every performance for free!

-Submissions will be open from now until May 15th.
-As a company, we’ll read everything and make or choices by early June.
-Auditions will be held in July, and we will help you find participants if needed
–Performances are tentatively scheduled for August 26-28 and September 2-4. Location TBD

Midnight May 15th, 2020

If you have any questions, or would like to submit your ideas directly to an Artistic Executive, you can email any of the following company members:
Julia Bodiford –
Lindsey Hall –
Robert Linder –
Ryan Davila –

Our Mission:
Sundown Collaborative Theatre strives to produce plays as holistic pieces of art that evolve from a collaborative process. We want to explore contemporary and classical theatre along with poetry, music, and dance to present innovative performances. By truly working as a collective of artists and utilizing all of our individual abilities, we believe we can create shows that are relevant to who we are both artistically and personally. The visceral experience of a Sundown Collaborative Theatre production should impact audiences by provoking thought and inciting discussion.