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Black Theatre Network

Black Theatre Network

2609 Douglas Road SE, Ste. 109
Washington, DC 20020-6540
Ph: (202)274-5667
E-mail: [email protected]

S. Randolph Edmonds Young Scholars Competition (Graduate, Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To encourage research and scholarship in black theatre. Focus: Theatre arts. Qualif.: Applicant must be a college/university undergraduate or graduate working on a paper concerned with an aspect of the Black Theatre in either the United States or throughout the world. Criteria: Selection will be based on the criteria of the panel of judges.

Funds Avail.: $250. To Apply: Applicants must submit their papers. Papers must typed double-spaced, and in MLA format with a works cited page. If applicable, also include endnotes that demonstrate awareness of formal methods of documentation. Papers should be approximately 10 pages in length, not including endnotes. Deadline: May 12. Contact: Koritha Mitchell; [email protected]; 543 Denney Hall, 164 West 17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210.

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