FALL 2019 SEASON
WHOSE SHOW IS IT ANYWAYS?
Our semesterly improv show, Whose Show is it Anyways? was a night of games with players competing for the glory that comes with participating in the show. The organizations represented were White Mouse Theatre Productions, No Bears Allowed, 30in60, and FSU's Film School who all collaborated in the creation and implementation of the performance.
Location: FSU's Moore Auditorium
Date: Saturday, September 7th at 8pm
The Playwright Fellowship is a year-long partnership designed to help develop a new original work from the selected playwright. The piece will be workshopped with a director through a rehearsal process in preparation for a staged reading of the piece in October. Over winter break, the playwright will make final adjustments to the script and together with the director will put on a fully-staged production of the piece in Spring 2020. Right now, we are collecting applications for the playwright position.
Location: Student Services Building (SSB) on FSU's Campus
Date: November 2nd - November 3rd
LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
Our fully realized and staged production of Letters to the Editors is by Abigail Carlisle and produced through FSU's Student Theatre Association's (STA) Fall 2019 Season.
At a time in society where women’s rights were not a given, Gloria Steinem knew that she had an important role to play in the feminist movement. Fed up with writing about recipes, makeup, and families, Gloria sets out to create the first feminist publication of its kind- a magazine by women and for women. Letters to the Editors is based on a true story and follows Gloria and her team of underdog feminist writers as they discover that the road to revolution is not an easy one. [Click Here For More Info]
Location: FSU's Augusta Conradi Theatre in the Williams Building
Date: November 22nd-24th at 8pm
365 WOMEN A YEAR PLAY FESTIVAL
White Mouse Theatre Productions invites you to the 3rd 365 Women A Year Festival at Florida State University! Come enjoy a night of 5 ten minute plays about real women throughout history. It's our goal to help give voice to women whose stories have been lost through time as well as to give a platform to women working in theatre.
365 Women A Year is an international playwriting project involving over 300 playwrights who have signed on to write one or more one-acts about extraordinary women in both past and present history. The project’s ambitious yet focused goal is to write women back into the social consciousness as well as empower and promote female playwrights around the world. [Click Here For More Info]
Location: FSU's Moore Auditorium
Date: Friday, December 6th at 8pm
RADIO PLAY SERIES
We are ecstatic to announce that we will be hosting a Radio Play Series in conjunction with FSU's radio station!
What exactly does all this mean? We will be searching for one ten-minute play that fits the theme to be read and recorded by FSU's radio station and subsequently aired on their channel each month. These submissions will be ongoing, so once you have submitted your piece, it will be considered each month in coordination with whatever the theme might be.
We are asking for pieces that run no longer than 10 minutes and pieces with cast sizes of five or less. We are particularly interested in promoting more roles for female identifying actors, and that tell the stories of marginalized characters (culturally, racially, sexually, and more), but will gladyly accept and consider all plays submitted. Pieces that have been produced in the past are fine to submit.
We strive to provide and promote as many opportunities for new works and writers who deserve an outlet for their own development and a space for their voice to be heard. We hope that this Radio Series is another way of doing that.
This month's theme is: DECADE IN REVIEW
Submissions for this month are due by December 1, 2019
Interested in being a voice actor for one of radio plays? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with an inquiry of interest.