BROADWAY BOUND THEATRE FESTIVAL
FEBRUARY 1 - 21, 2021
THEATRE ROW | W. 42nd STREET, NYC, NY
BBTF stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. Submissions are now open for Black playwrights only.
In light of recent events, BBTF has decided to open an additional submission period for our Winter 2021 Season for the inclusion of one more play, with our $25 reader fee and $1000 acceptance fee waived.
The show must go on! But not on the dates we planned. It's an exciting first for BBTF.
Historically, we've been a summer theatre festival. However, due to forces far beyond our control, BBTF 2020 will now take the stage in the winter of 2021. Please join us for an unprecedented celebration of new work from talented playwrights and musical writers.
BBTF WINTER 2021 SEASON LINEUP
Writers chosen to participate will see their new plays performed at least three times and will receive support from festival organizers, from promotion to critiques by a panel of playwrights and other theater professionals, as well as networking opportunities.
ABOUT THE BROADWAY BOUND THEATRE FESTIVAL
Broadway Bound Theatre Festival is the only playwright-centric, curated theatre festival in New York City dedicated to creating a new brand of self-producing playwright ready and relevant to the modern theatre scene.
With the aim of becoming a launching pad for regional, Off Broadway and Broadway transfers, BBTF presents rich and intriguing works from playwrights from across the continent to thousands of audience members who are invited to embrace this community-building, joyous celebration of fresh and diverse staged theatre.
FIND US - THEATRE ROW
We are based in the 99-seat Theatre Five at the renowned Off Broadway performance center, Theatre Row.
Right on 42nd Street, in the heart of the theater district, this space is the choice of many professional Off Broadway premieres.
410 West 42nd Street
BBTF is giving audiences a New York theatre experience at an affordable price, while providing playwrights with the tools they need to get their shows off the ground.
Alex Chester - The Huffington Post