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AUDITIONS for Performance Pieces
Women’s Theatre Festival
March 9, 2024


The Millibo Art Theatre is seeking submissions of monologues, films, dance, music, and performance art, by female playwrights and performers currently residing in Colorado.  We are interested in work that creatively addresses the theme “Bread and Butter” in ways that are rich in theatrical imagination.  Selected artists will perform their piece as part of Millibo Art Theatre’s WTF running April 11 to 21, 2024.

Auditions will be held at the Millibo on Saturday March 9th from Noon to 3pm.


  • Fill out the submission form linked here: PERFORMANCE PROPOSALS – WTF 2024
  • Deadline for Submissions is March 8
  • Auditions will be held March 9th or by appointment.
  • We understand that not all pieces will be performance ready at the audition,. We encourage you to come and share your ideas, even if they still need development time.   Performance artists may request direction and coaching from Millibo’s Artistic Directors to develop their work. We are very open and available to work with you to develop your piece for the final performance.


  • Works should be between 2 to 10 minutes in duration
  • Pieces may include monologues, poetry, original song, film, and movement theatre.
  • We are interested in plays and performances that explore the multiplicity and complexity of culture and experience.
  • Songwriters may submit 2 to 3 songs for consideration.


Launched as the “Six Women Playwriting Festival” in 2006, the Women’s Theatre Festival has grown into a showcase for innovative performances in theatre, music, dance, performance art, film, poetry, clown, and physical theatre all created and conceived by Colorado women artists.  Playfully and irreverently referred to as the “WTF”, the festival’s mission is to provide Colorado women with a platform for their voices, their truths, and their stories.

Author: Jim Jackson