The Dramatists Guild Resource Directory is the only annually printed reference guide containing opportunities for playwrights, composers, lyricists and librettists. Going one step further, the Dramatists Guild has created this fully searchable e-version of all of the information found in the printed directory (affectionately known as the RDO - Resource Directory Online). Using this tool DG members are able to bookmark listings, set up email reminders and search the resources by a plethora of criteria. It is now even easier for you to submit your play or musical to hundreds of resource listings.
Listed below are three sample opportunities with upcoming deadlines, pulled at random
from the more than 900 entries in the full RDO. To find specific opportunities
click the SEARCH DIRECTORY button which provides you with a range
of search parameters.
Please be sure to review submission guidelines on our website before submitting.
Est. 1907. Residencies/studios for up to 8 weeks (Jun-Sep, Oct-Jan, Feb-May). Multiple deadlines: September 15, January 15, and April 15. Financial assistance available. Response: 10 weeks
Carnegie Mellon is uniquely positioned to offer an intense experience that combines training in playwriting, screenwriting, television writing, and theatrical entrepreneurship. As an integral part of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, the oldest degree-granting theatre program in the United States, the Dramatic Writing program provides ongoing collaboration with the next generation of important actors, directors, and designers. Dramatic Writing MFA candidates have the opportunity to see their thesis play fully produced in the New Works Series and have two teleplays fully produced in studio conditions. Interested students have the opportunity to teach undergraduate playwriting and screenwriting classes.