From 2014 our open submissions process is changing. We will no longer be accepting unsolicited scripts and scores.
To allow us the chance to meet more writers in person and to give immediate feedback/response to their work we are holding a number of Pitching Days throughout the summer. Please read all the questions below before getting in touch with us. If you require any further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a Pitching Day?
A Pitching Day is a chance for Perfect Pitch to meet with up to 12 teams of writers in a day and be presented with extracts from their new musicals. Each writing team will be given a 30 minute time slot which will include a 10 minute Pitch alongside time to set-up / get-out and a chance for Perfect Pitch to ask you further questions on what you have presented.
What should the Pitch consist of?
The Pitch should include extracts of the score and a description of the overall concept for the musical. The music can be performed by the writers themselves, by performers that the writers bring in with them, or on a recording (we are unable to assist with casting or rehearsals/rehearsal space for the pitches). There will be a piano provided and space for up to 8 performers. There will be no further production values available (e.g. no microphones, music stands etc). If writers bring performers along there is the option to also have scene extracts performed live for us if they wish. The Pitch should also include a rough story outline. Everything should form part of the spoken and sung presentation and no further written materials are required at this stage. If we would like to see a full script or hear more of the score we will request it at a later date after the pitch. A more detailed description of how to best Pitch your show will be sent to all writers once you have applied.
Who can apply for the Pitching Days?
The Pitching Days are open to all writers who are currently full time residents in the UK. For your show to be eligible it must (in your opinion) be in need of further dramaturgical development. i.e. you are looking for mentorship and workshop opportunities for script and score re-writes. It is fine for a full draft of the show to have been written and for the show to have had a previous production providing you are now looking at stripping the material back down to make improvements and develop the piece to the next stage.
To pitch your show every member of the current writing team must be able to attend the Pitching Day.
How do I apply for the Pitching Days?
To apply for the Pitching Day please send an e-mail to email@example.com including the following information:
Your full name and contact details (including postal address)
The names and e-mail addresses of other writers who will be attending.
The title of you musical.
The date you would like to pitch your show (dates currently available are below)
When are the Pitching Days?
There will be a number of Pitching Days through May to September but we are currently only booking for:
If you are unavailable for these three dates please register your interest with us and we will be in touch when further dates are available.