Directors Sought for 2022-2023 Season at Dayton Playhouse

DPH_logoWe are now accepting Director Submissions for our 2022-2023 Season.

Procedure: Interested directors must submit a Director Submissions Form including up to six plays/musicals, which they believe the Dayton Playhouse should consider for our 64th (2022-2023) season. Please include the name of the show, version (if there is more than one available), author, publisher that controls the rights, synopsis, cast requirements, and any information that you believe will aid the evaluation.

Process: Submissions will be reviewed by the all-volunteer Dayton Playhouse Artistic Committee. The committee will also consider other shows that are appropriate for our season separate from submissions. Please indicate if you might be interested in directing a show other than those you have submitted.
Selection: The Artistic Committee will submit a proposed season, along with possible alternatives, to the Dayton Playhouse Board of Directors. The Board makes the final season selection, based on audience appeal, artistic challenge, resources required and available. Since the Dayton Playhouse is an all-volunteer group, without outside support, focus will be on shows that will spark both patron and artist excitement.

The Dayton Playhouse Board appreciates the time, willingness and effort of all directors who offer submissions. Submissions are open now, and will close on November 5, 2021. It will be the goal of those involved to select a season by January 21, 2022. All directors who have submitted will be notified of the status of their submission by that date. For additional information, you may email: dpiartisticcommittee@gmail.com.

Visit our Website for the submission form and additional information.

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