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INDIVIDUAL EVENTS. MONOLOGUE  One Performer  Two Contrasting Pieces  Only one character from each play may be used  Be sure to secure performance.

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1 INDIVIDUAL EVENTS

2 MONOLOGUE  One Performer  Two Contrasting Pieces  Only one character from each play may be used  Be sure to secure performance rights  Under 3 Minutes Total  Introduction must include both pieces  Entrant’s Name  Troupe Number  Selection Titles  Playwright’s Name  Must wear all black  No props, costumes or theatrical makeup  One chair  See complete guidelines at

3 SOLO MUSICAL  One Performer  One Song from a published script written for theatre  Songs written for film or television or popular pop songs are not permitted  Under 5 Minutes  Background music must be provided on a CD  No live accompaniment or a capella singing is permitted  Introduction must include  Entrant’s name  Troupe Number  Title of Selection  Playwright/Composer’s Name  Must wear all black  No props, costumes or theatrical makeup  One chair  See complete guidelines at

4 DUET MUSICAL OR ACTING  Two Performers  Both have to be actively involved in the song/scene  One Song/Scene  Must be from published works written for the theatre  Pieces written for film, television, books or any other medium are not permitted  Be sure to secure performance rights for group acting  Under 5 Minutes  Background music must be provided on a CD  No live accompaniment or a capella singing is permitted  Introduction must include  Entrant’s names  Troupe Number  Title of Selection  Playwright/Composer’s Name  Must wear all black  No props, costumes or theatrical makeup  Up to two chairs  See complete guidelines at

5 GROUP MUSICAL OR ACTING  3 – 16 Performers  All have to be actively involved in the song/scene  One Song/Scene  Must be from published works written for the theatre  Pieces written for film, television, books or any other medium are not permitted  Be sure to secure performance rights for group acting  Under 5 Minutes  Background music must be provided on a CD  No live accompaniment or a capella singing is permitted  Introduction must include  Entrant’s names  Troupe Number  Title of Selection  Playwright/Composer’s Name  Must wear all black  No props, costumes or theatrical makeup  Up to six chairs  One table  See complete guidelines at

6 COSTUME DESIGN  One Designer  Design for a published play written for the theatre  Five Color Renderings  No finished costumes are permitted  10 Minute Presentation with a 5 minute Q&A  10” x 15” or 11’ x 17” display board with 8” – 10” figures  ½” binder with additional information  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

7 COSTUME CONSTRUCTION  One Designer  EdTA will determine which pattern to be constructed  Must be a fully constructed item and entirely original  For a millinery option, the entrant may choose to create a hat using a pre-existing “hat blank” or use the text From the Neck Up by Denise Dreher to pattern and construct a hat  Itemized expense sheet and receipts must be mounted on board  All materials may not exceed $100  For millinery, receipts may not exceed $50  20’ x 30’ display board with a collage of the process  10 Minute Presentation with a 5 minute Q&A  Costume displayed on a hanger or in a box  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

8 LIGHTING DESIGN  One Designer  A design for one published play written for the theatre  ¼”or ½” Light Plot, Conceptual Visualization, Magic Sheet  ½” binder with additional information  10 Minute Presentation with 5 Minute Q&A  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

9 SCENIC DESIGN  One Designer  A design for one published play written for the theatre  Ground Plan, Model and/or Perspective Rendering  ½” binder with additional information  10 Minute Presentation with 5 Minute Q&A  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

10 SOUND DESIGN  One Designer  A design for one published play written for the theatre  Speaker Plot, Block Diagram, Design Statement, CD  Be sure to have a back up CD!  10 Minute Presentation with 5 Minute Q&A  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

11 THEATRE MARKETING  One Designer  A design for one published play written for the theatre and presented by the school  ½” binder with additional information  10 Minute Presentation with 5 Minute Q&A  Poster, Programs, Press Releases, Promotional Project, Budget  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

12 STAGE MANAGEMENT  One Entrant  Must be from a realized production in school or community theatre  Prompt Book and relevant paperwork in a three ring binder  10 Minute Presentation with 5 Minute Q&A  Must wear all black  See complete guidelines at

13 SHORT FILM  One Director  May be a collaboration  Original Concept  No Copyrighted Music  Under 5 Minutes - including opening title screen and final credits  Material deemed disruptive or obscene may result in a lower rating or disqualification  See complete guidelines at  For an example 


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