Boo-La-La Submission Guidelines

Fonseca Theatre Company seeks submissions of short plays by Indianapolis writers for our second Boo-La-La, a multicultural celebration of spooky season. Submissions should showcase a spooky piece of folklore, history, or tradition from a unique culture. Please ask yourself if you are the right person to be telling this story before submitting.

  1. All submissions should be sent to Producing Director Jordan Flores Schwartz via email at no later than April 30th, 2023.
  2. Submissions should be submitted as a Word Document or a PDF.
  3. Submissions should be no longer than 12 minutes. 10 minutes is preferred.
  4. Submissions should require no more than 5 actors.
  5. The more diverse, the better. The funnier, the better. The spookier, the better.
  6. Make sure your submission includes the following:
    1. current contact information,
    2. a detailed character breakdown (including recommended doubling if necessary)
    3. the full script and preferred title/billing
  7. All submissions will be considered complete and fully revised.
  8. If your submission is chosen to be part of Boo-La-La, you will receive a non-negotiable $200 royalty.

Directors – Designers – Stage Managers – Artisans

The Fonseca Theatre Company is now accepting resumes for Directors, Designers, and Stage Managers. These are paid contract positions.  All staff positions must be fully vaccinated. Applicants should have a degree in theatre or consummate experience in a professional setting. 

The Fonseca Theatre Company exists to amplify the voices of and celebrate the underrepresented communities of Indianapolis through the prism of purposeful theatre and civic engagement.

Digital resumes and portfolios can be sent to

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Proof of Vaccination Required

Any individual employed by as full-time, part-time, or contracted by FTC is required to provide proof of vaccination. In the event of a valid medical (with doctor’s note) or religious exemption, the employee or contractor must always wear a mask, socially distance when in the facility with other people, and/or work remotely as much as possible.