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Haiti - Call for Applications : 10th Edition of the «RFI Theater Prize 2023»
23/03/2023 10:08:58

Haiti - Call for Applications : 10th Edition of the «RFI Theater Prize 2023»
The call for writing for the 10th edition of the "RFI Theater Prize" is open and authors have until April 23, 2023 midnight to send their text to prix.theatre@rfi.fr . A dozen texts will be pre-selected for their literary and dramatic qualities and their originality, before being submitted next September to the jury's final vote.

To participate, the authors must be between 18 and 46 years old, be from and live in a country located in Africa, Indian Ocean, Caribbean (excluding Dom-Tom), Near or Middle East. The Prize is also open to foreigners from these areas, residing in France for less than 4 years and holders of a residence permit or political refugee status. Their texts must be original, unpublished in France and written in French with a minimum of 15 numbered pages. Each candidate must send his text with title and name of the author as well as the completed registration form

The objective of the Prize is to promote the richness of contemporary French-language dramatic writing from the South and to encourage the career development of young authors writing in French. RFI and its partners thus offer the winner professional support and media exposure through:

  • A residency at Villa Saint Louis Ndar in Senegal;
  • A scenic creation residency on the winning text at the Center Dramatique National de Normandie-Rouen;
  • A financial allocation granted by the SACD;
  • The organization and funding by the Institut français of a writing residency at the Maison des Auteurs in Limoges and in Paris with "Théâtre Ouvert";
  • Promotion of the text and airing on RFI channels, as well as a public reading during the cycle "It's going, it's going to the world !", organized within the framework of the Festival d’Avignon.

The "RFI Theater Prize" will be awarded on September 24 in Limoges (France) as part of the Les Zébrures d'Automne festival organized by "Les Francophonies - From writing to the stage".

Rules of the competition : https://www.haitilibre.com/docs/Formulaire-Participation-Prix-RFI-Theatre-2023.pdf

Participation form : https://www.haitilibre.com/docs/Formulaire-Participation-Prix-RFI-Theatre-2023.pdf

RFI Prize website : https://www.rfi.fr/fr/culture/20230320-top-d%C3%A9part-pour-le-prix-rfi-th%C3%A9%C3%A2tre-2023?ref=tw

In 2022 the Haitian Gaëlle Bien-Aimé (Haiti) was named winner with "Port-au-Prince et sa douce nuit" https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37742-haiti-news-zapping.html . She thus succeeded the Haitian Jean D'Amérique (RFI 2021 prize) with his piece "Opéra Poussière" https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-34845-icihaiti-theater-the-play-opera-poussiere-by-jean-d-amerique-wins-the-2021-rfi-theater-prize.html , Souleymane Bah (Guinea 2020), Valérie Cachard (Lebanon 2019), Sedjro Giovanni Houansou (Benin 2018), Edouard Elvis Bvouma (Cameroon 2017) , Hakim Bah (Guinea 2016), Hala Moughanie (Lebanon 2015) and Julien Mabiala Bissila (Congo, 2014).

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