Show & Tell
A workout space for NYC based multi-disciplinary artists seeking a supportive community to share their unfinished and messy creations. Show & Tell is open to all. We welcome plays, film/tv/web series, sketches, solo shows, storytelling, monologues, songs, and more.
SHOW & TELL
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
A reading series/developmental workshop for NYC writers and actors. All are welcome! We accept scripts for plays, film/tv/web series, sketches, solo shows, storytelling, monologues and more. Experiment with your "mess"-in-progress in our supportive space where you’re given room to fail...and grow.
What We Do
Each meeting we do cold readings, raw performances of 3 pieces (10-20ish pages/mins) followed by 15ish minutes of constructive feedback.
Who Can Submit
Writers: Fail Better is a safe space to hear your unfinished work read aloud.
Actors: Going crazy practicing that monologue in front of the mirror? Come practice in front of a live audience of fellow failees.
Storytellers and Stand-ups: Work on your piece for the next open mic in our developmental space.
Don't fit into any of these categories? Reach out to email@example.com and tell us more about you and your piece. We'd love to support your art-making.
I WANT TO SUBMIT
Which reading series are you submitting for?
Where are you with your piece, and what are you working towards?
We ask that you attend Show & Tell once before submitting. This will give you a chance to meet the team and see us in action.
Submission deadline is the Monday before the reading at 11:59pm
Keep the following in mind:
• New members: 10 page/min limit
• Returning members: 15-20 page/min limit
Actors: Please let us know if you will be attending. We cannot guarantee you will be cast if you do not RSVP or email us.
We also accept submissions from actors. Want to try out a new monologue or a stand-up set? Let us know!
Your content has been submitted
We host seasonal writing challenges designed to motivate our members to make writing a priority. Some past writing challenges includes: