An initiative that seeks to build a broadly inclusive national network of theatre-centered communities, finding and sharing ways of harnessing their local power to influence the systems that govern the ways in which we do our work.
In response to persistent and troubling reports of copyright infringement within schools we launched a new initiative to help inform students, educators, and the public in general about copyright and how it protects artists' rights.
The Guild's Opera Committee has launched a "Librettists Initiative," to better understand the standards that have evolved for opera librettists and to help establish terms for best practices in the industry.
Join a growing network of theaters and arts organizations committed to sustaining a vital community and receive valuable professional services and benefits. Connect with local playwrights, composers, and lyricists (and let us do the work).
The Devised Theater Committee are proud to announce the availability of four new contract models designed specifically for devised theater and an innovative Devised Theater Resource Manual.
In an ongoing study in partnership with The Lillys Foundation, The Count analyses and presents data on who is being produced in the American theater.
Join your fellow playwrights across the country in creating a brand new play or revising an old one! The goal of "End of Play" is to get writers to the finish line through motivation and community.
DG Footlights is a gratis program, created and moderated by the Dramatists Guild, that connects dramatists with free space in which to hold a public reading of a new work that is currently in development.
The goal is simple: to provide free access to theatre for playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists around the country. Playwrights Welcome offers available tickets to professional playwrights on the day of a performance, free of charge.