Chapel Off Chapel presents a Sunday Series of forums for Emerging Playwrights, commencing in May of this year.

This program offers writers, whose work is yet to be shown, an opportunity for rehearsed readings of their work and invaluable audience feedback on the plays.

We are still accepting script submissions for future sessions.
Details are as follows:
   Plays of any length and genre.
   Plays must not have previously been performed or workshopped in a public arena.

The first forum will focus on
The Swirl of Madness
by Shannon Murdoch

Performed by Petra Kalive and Roderick Cairns

Sunday 6th May 2007 @ 1:00pm
Entry to this event is free and registration is not essential.
Enquiries: (03) 8290 7000
Chapel Off Chapel | 12 Little Chapel St, Prahran
www.chapeloffchapel.com.au

For further information please call Eleanor Howlett on (03) 8290 7001 or
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