Submit your project idea to the Artistic Director

Tripwire exists to realise its members ideas for the stage.

Your project might be quite fully thought-out with a whole lot of plans written up, or just a basic concept idea. It might be a theatrical production, development of a script, a workshop you want to run or something else.

We don't mind, as long as it align with our Mission, Vision and Values (see https://tripwire.org.au/about/vmv/) and must be theatrical in nature.

The Artistic Director will receive this form and be in touch to discuss your project further and begin working on a project proposal to take to the Tripwire Committee.

Then, The Committee assesss the projects based on:
*How it fits Tripwires core values
*Whether the project fits into an upcoming funding and/or performance opportunity
*If we have the capacity to resource the project based on the Tripwire 3 year plan
*If the project fits with Tripwire’s existing strategic partnerships or allows us to form significant new partnerships
*It opens Tripwire to new audiences and/or new membership bases.
*Whether it appeals to and has opportunities for involvement from our existing member cohort.

The Committee shortlists projects which are then presented to our entire membership at the next AGM (Late September). At the AGM, membership is asked to vote on which projects they would like to see realised.

And then, Tripwire members work together to realise your project!

Questions? Contact Megan on director@tripwire.org.au or 0429 933 106

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* 1. Name/s of members submitting the project.
You must be current Active Members.
You can join online via https://www.trybooking.com/276643

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* 2. Contact Information

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* 3. Your biography.
Tell us about your previous theatre experiences, and the skills, knowledge and/or training you bring to Tripwire.

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* 4. Name of Project.
Please indicate if it's a working title.

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* 5. Describe your project idea in as much detail as possible.
What is the concept, story/plot?
What themes are you exploring?
Who are the characters?
What project roles are needed to realise the project?
What type of venue do you imagine?
Where will the project take place (must be in Central Victoria)?
When do you want your project to run?
What stage of development is the project?

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* 6. Project Rationale
Why does this project matter?
Why should this project be realised?
What are the aims of the project? What outcomes do you foresee for Tripwire members and the wider community?
How does your project enable Tripwire to meet its Vision, fulfil its mission and/or live its values?
See our website https://tripwire.org.au/about/vmv/

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* 7. Level of support requested from Tripwire

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* 8. What's already in place?
Have you identified any sponsors, funding opportunities?
Is there an existing event or festival this project can be part of?
Have you got a venue lined up?
Are there already team members attached to the project?

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