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Knowledge of Atlantis Short Play Competition

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, June 1, 2014

Knowledge of Atlantis Short Play Competition

https://www.knowledgeofatlantis.com/writing-contest-historical-event.html

Choose a specific historical event and write a short play about it.  The purpose of the play is to teach your main character Atlas (write as if this character could be played by a male or female) about this significant event.  The event could be a battle with a unique strategy, a war that changed the map, the invention of a medication, a significant life event of a significant person, the use of buttons throughout the ages, or even how a city you live in was founded.  Tell the story of something important.

The main character of your play is Atlas.  This does not mean that the story revolves around Atlas, but that Atlas must witness the story.  Atlas should be involved in small ways and interact without changing the true story.  The premise is that Atlas traveled back in time to watch history unfold.

An electronic copy of the play and reference sheet must be received by Knowledge of Atlantis by July 4th, 2014.  Number the references and then use comments to list the reference that supports statements or actions in the play so they can be easily verified.

The paper copy, signed contest form, reference sheet, and $1 entry fee must be received by August 1st, 2014. See website for full details.

 

From: http://writersrelief.com



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Knowledge of Atlantis Short Play Competition

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, June 1, 2014

Knowledge of Atlantis Short Play Competition

https://www.knowledgeofatlantis.com/writing-contest-historical-event.html

Choose a specific historical event and write a short play about it.  The purpose of the play is to teach your main character Atlas (write as if this character could be played by a male or female) about this significant event.  The event could be a battle with a unique strategy, a war that changed the map, the invention of a medication, a significant life event of a significant person, the use of buttons throughout the ages, or even how a city you live in was founded.  Tell the story of something important.

The main character of your play is Atlas.  This does not mean that the story revolves around Atlas, but that Atlas must witness the story.  Atlas should be involved in small ways and interact without changing the true story.  The premise is that Atlas traveled back in time to watch history unfold.

An electronic copy of the play and reference sheet must be received by Knowledge of Atlantis by July 4th, 2014.  Number the references and then use comments to list the reference that supports statements or actions in the play so they can be easily verified.

The paper copy, signed contest form, reference sheet, and $1 entry fee must be received by August 1st, 2014. See website for full details.

 

From: http://writersrelief.com



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