Broadway Theatre League of Utica is proud to announce, “The Playbill Cover Contest”. This fun and exciting contest encourages the inner artist in all of us to come out and create your dream playbill cover. Whether you want to replicate a Broadway classic or dream up your own idea, the blank canvas will be provided for you.
Broadway Utica’s upcoming contest is for children and adults of all ages. “We are excited to get our community involved in another project. While our season may be postponed until 2021, our community talent will not be. Our area is surrounded with creative minds and artistic abilities. The Broadway Utica team is excited to see the submissions come in and to display for all to admire in the coming weeks.” Danielle Padula, Executive Director said.
Join Broadway Utica’s Playbill Cover Contest today with 2 chances to win. Submission will be judged and 2 winners from each group will be chosen, 1st place and most creative. Winners will be featured in Broadway Utica 2021 Playbills throughout the season, on display at the Broadway Utica office in downtown Utica, on social media, and receive a $25.00 gift certificate towards an upcoming show presented by Broadway Theatre League of Utica!
Age Group Categories:
5 years old – 11 years old
12 years old – 17 years old
18 years and older
Submissions are being accepted from August 12th until August 31st. Please submit drawing with name, age group and contact information to Info@BroadwayUtica.org. You can download the Playbill Cover at BroadwayUtica.org or on their Facebook page. Copies will also be available at the Broadway Utica office at 258 Genesee Street, Lobby Level, Utica, NY 13502 (Monday – Friday 9:000am until 4:00pm). For any questions please call 315-624-9444 or email info@BroadwayUtica.org.
Broadway Theatre League of Utica’s mission is to present, produce and promote the highest standards of excellence in a variety of family-orientated, multi-generational and sophisticated theatrical productions; to expose the community to the many benefits of live theatre and the performing arts; to provide opportunities for the youth of the community to experience these benefits as well.