Sultan Padamsee Award for Playwriting 2018

Category: Theatre

Sultan Padamsee Award for Playwriting 2018

If you have an original, unpublished, unproduced play about Asian Indians (wherever they may be), in English, between 60 – 120 minutes duration, then send in your entries!

The winning plays will feature at Tata Literature Live! – The Mumbai LitFest in November 2018. There are also prizes available.

Rules and Regulations

1. Each submission requires two PDF soft copies (sent by email) – one with and one without the writer’s name anywhere on any of its pages. This is important as the judging is to be done anonymously.

2. All entries must be accompanied by:

  • a covering letter from the writer
  • A synopsis of the play (without the writer’s name)
  • The bio data, photograph and contact details of the writer

3.The entries with all relevant details should be emailed to Ayesha Sayani tgspa2018@shunyata.in Please also use this email address for any questions you may have.

Deadline: 1st May 2018

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