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It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the rules of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

ENTRY RULES AND REGULATIONS

Festival Registration Forms must be received by April 12, 2021

No late entries. Festival Registration is online at www.princegeorgefestival.com

Questions can be directed to pg.speech.arts.drama@gmail.com

 

1. No changes to performance selections after the Festival Registration deadline.

2. Festival Entrants will be grouped according to age and Festival Class Number.

3. The Festival reserves the right to combine or divide Classes where numbers warrant.

4. Correct fees must accompany Festival Registration Forms. Payable online.  All classes are $10 each.

5. Each Entrant must upload a video of their performance. No editing, dubbing or music allowed. Entrant must upload a typed copy of their selection. Please label these copies with the student’s name, age and class. For 2021, to comply with copyright law, a waiver will need to be signed to confirm that the book the selection is published in is in your possession. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase. *Instructions and dates for uploads required, waivers and other pertinent information will be emailed after registration is received.

6. Unless otherwise stated, the Entrant is expected to perform selections from memory.

7. No assistance during performance; only pre-performance for set-up of props for scenes (if necessary), and for the direction of Choral Speaking choirs.

8. No Entrant may perform the same selection in more than one Festival Class, or more than one selection in any one Festival Class.

9. Entrants may re-enter pieces performed in previous years, provided that the selection was not a first-place winner.

10. Please endeavour to adhere to performance time limits as noted in this Syllabus. Disqualification may result if time faults occur in timed Classes.

11. It is the responsibility of the Entrants and Teachers to enter selections in the correct Class. If you are at all unsure which Class your performance piece(s) should be entered under, please feel free to ask. pg.speech.arts.drama@gmail.com

12. Any Adults (24+years) are invited to enter any Festival Class not specifically age designated.

13. Our Lollipop League is designed to give younger children (Ages 4—6) an introduction to the Festival experience in an encouraging, non-competitive setting. See registration form.



SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS


WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 & THURSDAY APRIL 122018
Venue: Leir House

For information contact the Captain: Debbie McGladdery - 250-492-1126 OR Click here to contact Captain by E-mail

    
It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

These rules apply to Penticton Festival Only – Provincial Rules Vary


COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION
Each competitor must bring the book with the original selection to the competition. This must be submitted to the adjudicator's secretary at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the class in which he or she is to perform.  In addition to the original (published) copy or the work, each competitor must provide a copy of his/her selection as a courtesy to the adjudicator.Please label these copies with the student's name, age and class name. Such copies shall be destroyed following the class.

The Title, Author, Publisher and name of the publication from which the selection is taken must be specified on the entry form - please be legible. The selected material must be indicated clearly, noting the page, starting and finishing lines. Photocopied material may not be used in lieu of an original copy, unless approved through CanCopy or a publisher's letter. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase.


GENERAL GUIDELINES
All selections must be memorized unless otherwise stated. Language and content of selections must be appropriate for an all-ages mixed audience.


Classes are open to students of all ages. Any entry may be performed for adjudication only--please note 'non-competitive' on entry form. Non-competitive Primary entries are limited to: Poetry classes, Memorized Prose, Literary Monologue, and Mime. Those aged 6 and under who wish to be competitive, or enter other classes, must enter as a junior and pay the junior entry fee.


Provincial speech arts classes include poetry, sonnet (senior level only), prose, drama and Shakespeare. Competitors aged 11 - 23 must enter at least three qualifying classes* in the Penticton festival to be eligible to advance to the BC Provincial Finals. Shakespeare Duologue is a separate provincial category--students may be recommended from PKMF without participating in other speech arts classes. Interested students should ensure that they are meeting all the necessary Provincial requirements. Click here for the Performing Arts BC website.


SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS


WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 & THURSDAY APRIL 122018
Venue: Leir House

For information contact the Captain: Debbie McGladdery - 250-492-1126 OR Click here to contact Captain by E-mail

    
It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

These rules apply to Penticton Festival Only – Provincial Rules Vary


COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION
Each competitor must bring the book with the original selection to the competition. This must be submitted to the adjudicator's secretary at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the class in which he or she is to perform.  In addition to the original (published) copy or the work, each competitor must provide a copy of his/her selection as a courtesy to the adjudicator.Please label these copies with the student's name, age and class name. Such copies shall be destroyed following the class.

The Title, Author, Publisher and name of the publication from which the selection is taken must be specified on the entry form - please be legible. The selected material must be indicated clearly, noting the page, starting and finishing lines. Photocopied material may not be used in lieu of an original copy, unless approved through CanCopy or a publisher's letter. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase.


GENERAL GUIDELINES
All selections must be memorized unless otherwise stated. Language and content of selections must be appropriate for an all-ages mixed audience.


Classes are open to students of all ages. Any entry may be performed for adjudication only--please note 'non-competitive' on entry form. Non-competitive Primary entries are limited to: Poetry classes, Memorized Prose, Literary Monologue, and Mime. Those aged 6 and under who wish to be competitive, or enter other classes, must enter as a junior and pay the junior entry fee.


Provincial speech arts classes include poetry, sonnet (senior level only), prose, drama and Shakespeare. Competitors aged 11 - 23 must enter at least three qualifying classes* in the Penticton festival to be eligible to advance to the BC Provincial Finals. Shakespeare Duologue is a separate provincial category--students may be recommended from PKMF without participating in other speech arts classes. Interested students should ensure that they are meeting all the necessary Provincial requirements. Click here for the Performing Arts BC website.


SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS


WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 & THURSDAY APRIL 122018
Venue: Leir House

For information contact the Captain: Debbie McGladdery - 250-492-1126 OR Click here to contact Captain by E-mail

    
It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

These rules apply to Penticton Festival Only – Provincial Rules Vary


COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION
Each competitor must bring the book with the original selection to the competition. This must be submitted to the adjudicator's secretary at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the class in which he or she is to perform.  In addition to the original (published) copy or the work, each competitor must provide a copy of his/her selection as a courtesy to the adjudicator.Please label these copies with the student's name, age and class name. Such copies shall be destroyed following the class.

The Title, Author, Publisher and name of the publication from which the selection is taken must be specified on the entry form - please be legible. The selected material must be indicated clearly, noting the page, starting and finishing lines. Photocopied material may not be used in lieu of an original copy, unless approved through CanCopy or a publisher's letter. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase.


GENERAL GUIDELINES
All selections must be memorized unless otherwise stated. Language and content of selections must be appropriate for an all-ages mixed audience.


Classes are open to students of all ages. Any entry may be performed for adjudication only--please note 'non-competitive' on entry form. Non-competitive Primary entries are limited to: Poetry classes, Memorized Prose, Literary Monologue, and Mime. Those aged 6 and under who wish to be competitive, or enter other classes, must enter as a junior and pay the junior entry fee.


Provincial speech arts classes include poetry, sonnet (senior level only), prose, drama and Shakespeare. Competitors aged 11 - 23 must enter at least three qualifying classes* in the Penticton festival to be eligible to advance to the BC Provincial Finals. Shakespeare Duologue is a separate provincial category--students may be recommended from PKMF without participating in other speech arts classes. Interested students should ensure that they are meeting all the necessary Provincial requirements. Click here for the Performing Arts BC website.


SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS


WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 & THURSDAY APRIL 122018
Venue: Leir House

For information contact the Captain: Debbie McGladdery - 250-492-1126 OR Click here to contact Captain by E-mail

    
It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

These rules apply to Penticton Festival Only – Provincial Rules Vary


COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION
Each competitor must bring the book with the original selection to the competition. This must be submitted to the adjudicator's secretary at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the class in which he or she is to perform.  In addition to the original (published) copy or the work, each competitor must provide a copy of his/her selection as a courtesy to the adjudicator.Please label these copies with the student's name, age and class name. Such copies shall be destroyed following the class.

The Title, Author, Publisher and name of the publication from which the selection is taken must be specified on the entry form - please be legible. The selected material must be indicated clearly, noting the page, starting and finishing lines. Photocopied material may not be used in lieu of an original copy, unless approved through CanCopy or a publisher's letter. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase.


GENERAL GUIDELINES
All selections must be memorized unless otherwise stated. Language and content of selections must be appropriate for an all-ages mixed audience.


Classes are open to students of all ages. Any entry may be performed for adjudication only--please note 'non-competitive' on entry form. Non-competitive Primary entries are limited to: Poetry classes, Memorized Prose, Literary Monologue, and Mime. Those aged 6 and under who wish to be competitive, or enter other classes, must enter as a junior and pay the junior entry fee.


Provincial speech arts classes include poetry, sonnet (senior level only), prose, drama and Shakespeare. Competitors aged 11 - 23 must enter at least three qualifying classes* in the Penticton festival to be eligible to advance to the BC Provincial Finals. Shakespeare Duologue is a separate provincial category--students may be recommended from PKMF without participating in other speech arts classes. Interested students should ensure that they are meeting all the necessary Provincial requirements. Click here for the Performing Arts BC website.


SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS


WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 & THURSDAY APRIL 122018
Venue: Leir House

For information contact the Captain: Debbie McGladdery - 250-492-1126 OR Click here to contact Captain by E-mail

    
It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

These rules apply to Penticton Festival Only – Provincial Rules Vary


COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION
Each competitor must bring the book with the original selection to the competition. This must be submitted to the adjudicator's secretary at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the class in which he or she is to perform.  In addition to the original (published) copy or the work, each competitor must provide a copy of his/her selection as a courtesy to the adjudicator.Please label these copies with the student's name, age and class name. Such copies shall be destroyed following the class.

The Title, Author, Publisher and name of the publication from which the selection is taken must be specified on the entry form - please be legible. The selected material must be indicated clearly, noting the page, starting and finishing lines. Photocopied material may not be used in lieu of an original copy, unless approved through CanCopy or a publisher's letter. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase.


GENERAL GUIDELINES
All selections must be memorized unless otherwise stated. Language and content of selections must be appropriate for an all-ages mixed audience.


Classes are open to students of all ages. Any entry may be performed for adjudication only--please note 'non-competitive' on entry form. Non-competitive Primary entries are limited to: Poetry classes, Memorized Prose, Literary Monologue, and Mime. Those aged 6 and under who wish to be competitive, or enter other classes, must enter as a junior and pay the junior entry fee.


Provincial speech arts classes include poetry, sonnet (senior level only), prose, drama and Shakespeare. Competitors aged 11 - 23 must enter at least three qualifying classes* in the Penticton festival to be eligible to advance to the BC Provincial Finals. Shakespeare Duologue is a separate provincial category--students may be recommended from PKMF without participating in other speech arts classes. Interested students should ensure that they are meeting all the necessary Provincial requirements. Click here for the Performing Arts BC website.


SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS


WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 & THURSDAY APRIL 122018
Venue: Leir House

For information contact the Captain: Debbie McGladdery - 250-492-1126 OR Click here to contact Captain by E-mail

    
It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival, dependent on sufficient entries. 

These rules apply to Penticton Festival Only – Provincial Rules Vary


COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION
Each competitor must bring the book with the original selection to the competition. This must be submitted to the adjudicator's secretary at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the class in which he or she is to perform.  In addition to the original (published) copy or the work, each competitor must provide a copy of his/her selection as a courtesy to the adjudicator.Please label these copies with the student's name, age and class name. Such copies shall be destroyed following the class.

The Title, Author, Publisher and name of the publication from which the selection is taken must be specified on the entry form - please be legible. The selected material must be indicated clearly, noting the page, starting and finishing lines. Photocopied material may not be used in lieu of an original copy, unless approved through CanCopy or a publisher's letter. An electronic version of the published material is acceptable, provided receipts are available as proof of purchase.


GENERAL GUIDELINES
All selections must be memorized unless otherwise stated. Language and content of selections must be appropriate for an all-ages mixed audience.


Classes are open to students of all ages. Any entry may be performed for adjudication only--please note 'non-competitive' on entry form. Non-competitive Primary entries are limited to: Poetry classes, Memorized Prose, Literary Monologue, and Mime. Those aged 6 and under who wish to be competitive, or enter other classes, must enter as a junior and pay the junior entry fee.


Provincial speech arts classes include poetry, sonnet (senior level only), prose, drama and Shakespeare. Competitors aged 11 - 23 must enter at least three qualifying classes* in the Penticton festival to be eligible to advance to the BC Provincial Finals. Shakespeare Duologue is a separate provincial category--students may be recommended from PKMF without participating in other speech arts classes. Interested students should ensure that they are meeting all the necessary Provincial requirements. Click here for the Performing Arts BC website.