After much deliberation, the Judges for the


organised by The Shaw Society, decided to split the main prize between two winning entries.


The winners were:


Theodore D. Kemper of New York, with  Don Juan in Heaven, based on Shaw’s Man & Superman and Anne Wright of London  with Epilogue to Heartbreak House. The task was to write an additional scene to a play by Bernard Shaw.  



This annual writing competition is held in memory of the late T.F.Evans, long time editor of the Shaw Society Journal. The prize is offered for an additional scene to a play by Bernard Shaw. It will be awarded to the entry that most impresses the judges who will be looking for that combination of features for which Shaw was famous: wit and wordplay within a social and political context.

The winning entry will receive £500.

T.F.Evans Award

1. The award is open to everyone.

2. The full specification for entries is as published in this

leaflet and on the website

3. Entrants may submit as many entries as they wish. The fee must be paid for each entry.

4. Total length must be between 2,500 and 4,000 words.

5. The scene can be set in any time frame and can be before

during or after any other scene in any of Shaw’s plays.

6. Email entries to:

Entries will also be accepted as hard copies, please

submit 3 copies and post to Sue Morgan, Shaw’s Corner,

Ayot St Lawrence, Welwyn, Herts AL6 9BX. Payment may

be by cheque payable to The Shaw Society, sent with

entry or by Paypal - address:

7. The name of the entrant must not appear anywhere on the

play text but must be included on a separate title page.

8. The closing date ito be announced and no entry will

be accepted after that date for whatever reason.

9. The decision of the judges will be final and no

correspondence entered into.

10. The winner will be notified

11. The results will be published on the Shaw Society website.

12. The award will be made and the winning entry will be

performed at a Shaw Society event .

13. The judges reserve the right not to make an award if no

entry is considered to be of sufficient quality.

Theodore D. Kemper of New York,

Anne Wright receiving her award from David Evans, the son of TF Evans