Calling all writers!
2020 has been a wild ride, to say the least. With theater not returning to “normal” any time soon, IGC is determined to continue to produce throughout this time - specifically, we want to produce works that reflect the time we are living through. And that is where you come in! We are on the hunt for one-person shows, as they are just about the safest option theater has at the moment. We are putting out a nationwide call for one-actor new works that feature a dramatic turn in plot - giving the audience the same kind of “where the hell did this come from?!” feeling we’ve all become so accustomed to this year.
- Show must only use one actor, but can feature as many characters as you feel fit.
- The show must be able to be performed in a black box type theater, with no physical set.
- Play must be a minimum of 25 minutes long, but no longer than 45 minutes.
- Much like this year, the play must feature a drastic turn of events. A complete non-sequitur - at some point in the play, the plot must switch gears entirely.
All submissions must be received by December 25th. Finalists will be notified in early January, and the top three works will be produced in Los Angeles in January 2021. In addition to having their piece produced, each finalist will receive a percentage of ticket sales.
Please submit works to: [email protected]
A BIT ABOUT US
Our mission at Invisible Girl Creative is to produce a storyteller's vision
from conception to actualization through creativity, originality, and ingenuity.
Executive Director, Co-Founder
Invisible Girl has been an idea in the back of Evan's mind for a few years now, and she is so happy to be a part of the perfect group of people to bring it to life. Evan is an arts administrator in Los Angeles, having found it to be the perfect blend of her creative interests and her type-A tendencies. She is excited for the future of Invisible Girl Creative, and to help bring more stories into the spotlight.
Director of Programming, Co-Founder
As Director of Programming, MacKenzie oversees the choices of content being produced over the season. MacKenzie is excited to be starting up Invisible Girl Creative because she has wanted to be able to create the type of content that appeals to her, and this is finally a platform for her to do that. From a background of film and stage management, MacKenzie is accustomed to the technical side of production.
LUKE MATTHEW SIMON
Artistic Director, Co-Founder
Luke is so excited for this adventure! Luke graduated from USC's School of Dramatic Arts in 2019 with a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in Theatre with an Emphasis in Acting. He has worked locally in the greater Los Angeles area as an actor since 2013 and has also worked in scenic construction and theater management. Luke is excited to be starting up Invisible Girl Creative so he can offer the type of entertainment that he has been wanting to see in LA.
OUTLAST was a success!
A HUGE thank you to everyone who made it out to our cabaret! We are now fully funded for our first production of 2020!
If you'd still like to donate to keep us going for more 2020 content, it's not too late!
Donations can be made HERE
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