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Have you had a good reading of your play, or maybe even a successful production? 

Now what do you do? Or, are you striving for a regional production and beyond?


If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this workshop is for you!

Connie Schindewolf and Larry Parr

Marketing your Plays


Larry Parr has had hundreds of regional productions.  Dramatist Guild and Sarasota Area Playwrights Society member.  Awards Include:  HI-HAT HATTIE:  Kansas City’s Drama Desk Award for Best Musical, Florida Individual Artist Recipient, American Cinema Foundation’s First Prize for Screenwriting; Karla Burns won the Mary Jane Teall Award for her portrayal of Hattie McDaniel in Wichita.  MY CASTLE’S ROCKIN’:  Southern Appalachian Repertory Theater’s Scriptfest; produced at the National Black Theater Festival; INVASION OF PRIVACY 1999 Gold Coast Player’s Best Play Award, The National Arts Club’s Best Play Award in Manhattan, Ashland New Play Festival, Theater Conspiracy’s New Play Competition, Florida Individual Artist Recipient, and Dezart Performs Audience Favorite, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress in Palm Springs.  SUNDEW Southern Appalachian Repertory Theater’s Annual Play Competition, Judith Chapman Best Director, Desert Theater League Awards.  HIS EYE IS ON THE SPARROW, Florida Individual Artist Recipient, The Sarasota County Arts Council’s Individual Artist Fellowship Grant, Daytony Award (Dayton’s Tony Award), Best Overall Production.  SHUNNED, published by Stage Rights.  He was a winner of Florida Studio Theatre’s Short Play Competition nine years in a row.  He won STAGES ’93, the 1994 Porter Fleming Playwriting Competition, The Arian Award for Music Excellence, Civic Recognition Award, and the Broome Agency’s Best Novel Award.  Marquis Who’s Who in America.  In 2000 and 2010, Florida Studio Theatre presented him with the Barbara Anton Playwriting Award.  HARRY T. MOORE, THE MOST-HATED MAN, commissioned by Florida Studio Theatre, The Floridian Project.  The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County’s John Ringling Towers Individual Artist Fellowship.





Connie taught high school drama, including playwriting, for 25 years in the St. Louis area before moving to Bradenton.  She has written over 50 short plays and eight full-length. Many of her short plays have won 10-minute play festivals, and she’s proud of being included in Barrington Stage’s 10 by 10 with 5 Seconds in 2020.  She has had 14 plays produced by Theatre Odyssey and has won five of their awards, including Best Play twice.  She has been in The Players Theatre New Play Festival six times, and Mammoth Bones won in 2016 and thus received a full production in 2017. In 2019 her full-length play, Take The Couch, was produced by Gulfport Community Players and was a box office success. In 2019 she was invited to be one of 6 playwrights participating in the Clamour Theatre Playwrights Retreat where she worked on development of her full-length, Bloodlines.  Six venues in NYC have produced/developed or had readings of her work. She’s had productions across the United States, Canada, UK, Australia, and United Arab Emirates. She’s published by Next Stage Press, Applause Books, JAC Publishing, Nigel Publishing, Pioneer Drama Service, and Smith & Kraus.  She’s a member of The Dramatists Guild of America, and when she’s not writing, she’s saving sea turtles.

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