Brave New Works 2021
EARTH MATTERS ON STAGE
(EMOS) was founded by Theresa May and Larry Fried in 2004. EMOS is a consortium of artists, educators, activists, and scholars who believe that theatre and the performing arts must respond to the environmental crisis. EMOS calls forth and fosters new dramatic work and performances that help us re-imagine our human place in a more-than-human world. At the heart of EMOS is the Ecodrama New Play Contest, which calls playwrights and theatre makers to engage in the global and local ecological issues that face societies across cultures. The concurrent EMOS Symposium fosters dialogue about the intersection of environment, culture, and performance.
EMOS Playwriting Festival 2022
, will be hosted by Emory University, Theater Emory, and The Playwriting Center of Theater Emory. The deadline for script submissions is August 21, 2021. The Festival will be presented fall 2022. The concurrent EMOS Symposium will be hosted by Theater Studies.
About The Playwriting Center
The Playwriting Center is an initiative of Theater Emory and creates opportunities, at Emory University, where established and emerging writers choose to bring their growing plays for creative nurturance and support.
For over thirty years, The Playwriting Center of Theater Emory has focused on new play initiatives, based on the belief that these efforts enrich not only the play scripts themselves, but all those who choose to engage with them.
The Playwriting Center helped initiate and now enthusiastically supports both the Emory Playwriting Fellowship and the Academic Joint Major in Playwriting through Theater Studies.