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CALL FOR PROPOSALS
JAGfest 6.0 | MAY 13th- MAY 15th

Every year for the past five years, JAG has invited artists to spend a week in White River Junction, Vermont to further the development of a new play or solo performance. Over the course of the one-week residency, three-five projects receive an intensive workshop, constructive feedback, a staged reading for the public at Briggs Opera House and the attention of a dramaturg, actors and JAG staff. 

 

Over the weekend JAG will host a different play (writer, director and cast – eight participants maximum) including a solo work or small performance piece. Each project will be in residence from Monday to Sunday, given several days of development work time, and conclude with a public presentation. There may also be additional places, as space allows, for individual artists to work on projects outside of the collaborative process (i.e. writing a play; planning a production; working on designs, etc.) 

 

JAGfest projects from February 2021 & 2020 included: A CURIOUS THING; OR SUPERHEROES K'AIN'T FLY written by Jeremy O'Brian and directed by Tyler English-Beckwith, THE PROBLEM WITH MAGIC, IS: written by Johnny G. Lloyd and directed by NJ Agwuna, DEMONS written & Directed by Keelay Gipson, THIS TIME AROUND written by Loy A. Webb and directed by Jonathan McCrory, LANDBREAKER written by Azure D. Osborne Lee and Kirya Traber, A MINOR BLIP written by Jeremy O’Brian and directed by NJ Agwuna, FOR THE LOVE OF JAZZ written by Raven Cassell and directed by Shariffa Chelimo Ali, FRIENDS written by Gethsemane Herron-Coward and directed by Kimille Howard, MISUNDERSTOOD written by Shemika Brown and directed by Jarvis Green.

 

JAG Productions Provides: 

  • Round Trip Transportation via Amtrak from Manhattan to JAG Productions in White River Junction, VT 

  • Room/Board for the period of time of the residency 

  • Casting Assistance if needed

  • Rehearsal Space for 29 hours of rehearsal 

  • Script Copying 

  • Evening presentation of your work on stage at Briggs Opera House

  • Stipend for all participating artists 

 

Your JAGfest proposal should include: 

  • Information form found HERE

  • Cover Sheet downloadable HERE

  • A copy of the script or a writing sample. 

  • Letter of Intent including: 

    • A description of your project 

    • Your goals for the work period 

    • Conflicts

    • Number and/or names of collaborating artists involved with resumes where possible 

 

Email Your Submission as a single PDF to playsubmissions@jagproductionsvt.com

 

The deadline for submissions for JAGfest 6.0 is March 4th!

 

If you have any questions or concerns email Jarvis Green at jarvis@jagproductionsvt.com