Chris Craddock Receives the Grand Prize for The
2016 Alberta playwriting competition
produced in association with Theatre Alberta.
On Monday, August 22 at the Betty Mitchell Awards in Calgary, APN President Mr. Blaine Newton (who killed it by the way) officially announced the winner of the 50th Annual Alberta Playwriting Competition presented in association with Theatre Alberta.
The winner of the competition was Mr. Chris Craddock for his play "Irma Voth" adapted from the novel by Miriam Toews.
Chris receives a $5000 cash prize for his work. Congratulations Mr. Craddock.
This year also marked the first presentation of the Novitiate Award given to a promising unproduced playwright. This year's recipient is Bevin Dooley and her play "Deadstock". Bevin will receive an ACT ONE dramaturgical service, a WORDSHED workshop as well as a public reading as part of the Edmonton Script Salon produced by the Playwrights' Guild of Canada and Alberta Playwrights' Network.
Congratulations to you both. Reading copies of Mr. Craddock's play are available for download from our website - www.albertaplaywrights.com
APN OFFERS PROGRAMMING FOR ALL LEVELS OF PLAYWRIGHT, FROM NOVICE TO PROFESSIONAL.
INSTRUCTION. ONE-ON-ONE PLAY DEVELOPMENT. MENTORSHIP. ADVOCACY. WORKSHOPS.
APN is ready to get your play to the places you want, are you?