SETC and Stage Rights present a unique opportunity for playwrights! Established in 2016, the SETC/Stage Rights Ready to Publish Award is a program dedicated to developing, publishing, and licensing new works by members of the SETC community.
A Singular They by Aliza Goldstein
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Aliza Goldstein is an Orange County, CA-based playwright originally hailing from Northeast Florida. She holds a B.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from New York University with a Double Major in Anthropology (Class of 2013).
Aliza’s work has been performed at theaters across the country, including the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., but most often at the Blank Theatre Company in Los Angeles, CA. She has been awarded the 2013 John Golden Prize for Undergraduate Playwriting, the 2015 Ebell of Los Angeles Playwright Prize, and the 2017 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Ted Schmitt Award for the World Premiere of an Outstanding New Play.
Art is Useless When You Are Being Mauled By A Bear
by Alisa Tangredi
The Boy with the Wooden Heart
by Ben McElroy
The Death of Robin Hood
by J.S. Puller
by Jessica Andrewartha
by Kristen Palmer
by Michael Schwartz
A Singular They
by Aliza Goldstein
by Marcus Scott
by Avery Sharpe
by Hope Villanueva
The winning play and playwright will be announced by Jan. 13, 2020. The author of the winning piece must attend the 2020 SETC Convention in Louisville, KY, where a panel reading of the play will be held.
One Winner Will Receive:
- Publication of the winning play in the Stage Rights catalog of plays and musicals
- A panel reading of the play at SETC 2020, hosted by the SETC Playwriting committee
- 2020 SETC Convention registration and one-year SETC Membership
- Prominent display of the final published play by Stage Rights at SETC 2021
- $400 Royalty Advance from Stage Rights
- Author/playwright retains all copyright ownership
Recap: Two Readings at SETC 2019
The 70th annual SETC Convention in Knoxville, TN, featured panel readings of the 2018 and 2019 Ready to Publish Award-winning plays: “Anthropology Lesson” by J. Harvey Stone and “Rev” by Rachel Bykowski.