We are now accepting submissions!
We are looking for short play submissions (30 minutes or less).
The subject? “Pipedream.”
What does “Pipedream” mean to you?
Please provide the following contact information in the body of your email: full name, address, and email.
The plays themselves should not contain any contact information. Any contact info should be in the body of the email—do not put your name on the script itself. Your script will not be considered if it contains your contact information.
Preference will be given to scripts with fewer than five characters. All plays must be unpublished.
We are looking to present 3-5 plays in a staged reading format in early December of 2017. The deadline for submissions is November 1st at 11:59pm MST. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Please send scripts in PDF format to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All playwrights will receive two complimentary tickets to a performance of their choosing.
You will receive an email by November 5th letting you know whether or not your script has been chosen.
We look forward to reading your work.
*We are always looking for full length works, as well. If you have any full length plays or pieces that do not fit the restrictions listed above, please submit them to the same email but with "General Submission" in the subject line.*
Pipedream Productions is thrilled to announce auditions for Piping Hot New Works on October 28th from 10am-4pm! We will be producing 3-5 short plays (in a staged reading format) and we need a diverse cast of actors. All actors will receive a stipend and must commit to ten hours of rehearsal time (per play).
Performance dates: December 7th (7:30pm), December 8th (7:30pm), December 9th (2pm and 7:30pm), and December 10th (2pm).
Please click on the link below to sign up for an audition time. Prepare two 1-minute contemporary contrasting monologues and please bring your headshot and resume with you.
a Denver-based theatre company centered on pushing the boundaries of the stage while partnering with charities to bring attention to notable causes.
Ashley Campbell - associate artistic director
Ashley Campbell is Pipedream Production's Associate Artistic Director, and Resident Sound Designer. She was thrilled to be a part of Pipedream's inaugural show, 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane as an actor and sound designer. She holds a BA in Theatre with distinction in Acting & Directing from the University of Denver. Ashley's favorite directing credits include Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill and Hamletmachine by Heiner Müller and plans to continue developing experimental projects with Pipedream.
Trevor Fulton - executive Director
Trevor Fulton takes on the role of Pipedream's Executive Director, Director of Marketing, and Resident Scene Designer. He is extremely thankful to be part of the Pipedream team and had an unforgettable experience being involved with Pipedream's first production, 4.48 Psychosis, as both an actor and scene designer. Trevor is an actor by trade, with recent roles including Mowgli in The Jungle Book with the Denver Children's Theatre and Treplev in The Nina Variations at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Alexis robbins - director of outreach & Development
Pipedream's Director of Outreach and Development, Alexis Robbins graduated from the University of Denver in 2015. She received a BA in Theatre (distinction in Playwriting) and Criminology. Alexis is an active actor and playwright within the Denver community. Last summer she performed in Pipedream's production of 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane. Her one-act play, Beth, has been produced in Denver and is currently enjoying a run in Los Angeles, CA. By day, you can catch her working with kiddos at the Mizel Arts and Culture Center.
Tony Ryan - Artistic Director
Tony Ryan is the Artistic Director and Founder of Pipedream Productions. He graduated from the University of Denver with a BA in Theatre and distinction in directing. While there he met the other members of Pipedream and asked them to join him on the venture of starting a theatre company.
KAtie walker - Literary manager
Katie Walker just graduated from the University of Denver with a BA in English and Theatre with a distinction in Dramaturgy. She acts as Literary Manager and Resident Dramaturg for Pipedream, having worked on their inaugural production of 4.48 Psychosis. She completed a literary internship at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts this past fall and also devised and performed in Exiled, DU’s first devised theatre piece. The previous year, she stage managed The Nina Variations at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and studied Theatre at Goldsmiths