LOS ANGELES (July 12, 2011) – Azure Lorica, Inc. announces the launch of a new “Findlings” One Act Play Contest.  The competition invites aspiring teenage and young adult writers from around the world to submit family-oriented one act plays at a chance to have their play produced and performed live at the North Hollywood Arts District.

The “Findlings” One Act Play Contest has writers imagine an entire act on an Airship, the first of its kind.

“Azure Lorica is expanding our horizons by opening its first playwright contest: Project Findlings. As findlings are orphans that are found and taken in as a families own, we hope to do the same for the hidden talent that is within our aspiring youth,” says Stefanie Warner, CEO of Azure Lorica, Inc. “Our goal is to offer opportunity for young playwrights to be discovered and develop their skills at an early stage by giving them a chance to gain real world and industry experience. We have created a fantasy environment that is unique to the contest, that will create a venue that will capture the imagination of children of all ages.”

The contest runs through August 25, 2011. Only writers between the ages of 13-25 years old will qualify for entry and all scripts must be written in English. Entry is free. For a full list of rules, please visit http://www.azure-lorica.org.

About Azure Lorica, Inc.

Azure Lorica, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit public charity in performing arts with the mission of providing live entertainment and supporting independent artists of any kind in collaboration. Founded in 2010, Azure Lorica strives for a family-friendly environment through events, fundraisers and productions. For more information, please visit www.azure-lorica.org.

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