Collectives and programs of interest with a emphasis on New York conferences, and organizations for young playwrights.
The only professional association which advances the interests of playwrights, composers, lyricists and librettists writing for the living stage.
The official annual reference for playwrights put out by the Dramatists Guild. This up to-date directory is that authoritative reference for any serious or casual playwright. It contains a number of useful resources for playwrights, all in one place: Comprehensive listings of submission opportunities Conferences and festivals An annual submission calendar Listings of commercial producer Publishers and theaters Agents Attorneys Colonies and residencies Fellowships Grants & emergency funds Membership and service organizations Workshops
Serving as the voice of American theater, this bimonthly journal of the Dramatists Guild features articles highlighting the creators and creative process of theater, including interviews, symposia and conversations with stage professionals, essays of personal experience and instructional pieces on craft.
"the book sets out clearly and straightforwardly what to expect, what your responsibilities are, what your rights are, how much to charge for your services and how to protect yourself as a professional theater writer today. It's all here: copyrights, agents, contracts, script approval, credits, royalties .
EST nurtures individual artists through its free membership program, which offers lifetime membership in the company to diverse theater artists selected via a competitive application process.
Founded in 1994, the Lark is a laboratory for new voices and new ideas, the Lark Play Development Center provides American and international playwrights with indispensable resources to develop their work, nurturing artists at all stages in their careers, and inviting them to freely express themselves in a supportive and rigorous environment. Programs include: