https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jfOal3j4OpUR2Gu1MPTIKORUZrJw6j0SFN5nBidztc4/viewform The Queer Monologues is an event hosted by the Rice Queer Resource Center premiering in April, with auditions in March. We are looking for monologues about your experiences with your gender and sexual identity. We want to hear your hilarious stories, we want to hear about your pain, we want to hear about your breakthroughs, we want to hear about your anger. Really, if you think the experience is worth sharing, it probably is. This is a way for everyone to learn more about queer experiences and for your voice to be heard. If you would like to preform an unoriginal work you are passionate about, whether it be a monologue, scene, or story, please indicate so on the submissions form. We also accept anonymous works, and you can submit a monologue and choose not to preform it. To insure complete anonymity, your netID is not collected in the submissions form. Your submissions do not have to be final drafts - we will be working with writers to perfect their writing, and will be hosting an optional workshop session in March. We look forward to seeing your submissions! If you have any questions, please email Kiera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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