Art. 1 PROMOTERS
The prize is the prize is funded by Radovan Corrado Spanger, Associazione Premio Carlo Annoni and sponsored by Comune di Milano, ELFO Puccini di Milano, C.I.G. ARCIGAY Milano, Festival MIX Milano, Teatro Filodrammatici Milano, Rassegna teatrale Lecite Visioni, Teatro della Cooperativa, Teatri di Vita, Agedo.
Art. 2 PARTICIPANTS
It is opened to any individual interested in the topic, with no age restrictions.
Art. 3 REGISTRATION FEE
We don’t require a registration fee.
Art. 4 PLAYS
There is no length or character numbers limitation. Plays can be submitted in Italian and English . An award will be assigned to one play in each language.
ART. 5 THEME OF THE COMPETITION
Carlo Annoni International Playwriting Prize accepts plays on topics affecting the LGBTQ+ community, and the promotion of diversity in love, society, politics and culture in the time of the gender fluidity.
Art. 6 PARTICIPATION RULES
When submitting your play, please state clearly the author’s name, their email address and a phone number for any further communication.
Submission must be sent by email only to:
Art. 7 DEADLINE
Deadline for submissions is 30th APRIL 2024. THE AWARD CEREMONY WILL BE IN SEPTEMBER AT THE PICCOLO TEATRO, VIA ROVELLO, MILAN
Art. 8 ASSESSMENT
The plays will be assessed by a jury selected by the organisers. Plays will be assessed for their creative contents, their form, their pertinence with the topics, and their social impact. The results will be unanimous and unappealable. The winners will be notified with a phone call and/or an email.
Art. 9 AWARD CEREMONY
Winners will be proclaimed in a public ceremony in Milan. The results will also be proclaimed through the press and other social media. More information about dates and location will be provided in due course.
Art. 10 PRICE
The prize is € 1000. A prize will be assigned for each language.
Special Mentions at the jury’s discretion.
Art. 11 COPYRIGHT
The author will maintain the rights over the play.
Art. 12 FULL ACCEPTANCE OF THE RULES
The artists submitting their plays must abide fully to the rules.