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The act of submitting creative work for a dramatist is as necessary as finishing it. But the process of finding the right submission opportunity can feel overwhelming. This is why, for more than 20 years, the Dramatists Guild has compiled a submissions and opportunities database, and published a full directory of theatres, agents, festivals, contests, workshops, retreats, and other submission opportunities to help make the life of the dramatist an easier one.

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  • The M.F.A. in Theatre is a 60-credit, two year, full-time program, including summer sessions, and includes a core curriculum that all students will complete, as well as individual tracks in acting, playwriting, and directing. The program features the creation of a theatre company, and therefore enrollment in each year will be limited to enhance experiential components. Performances by the company, including the thesis project, will take place in New York City at a rented theatre, providing students with professional credits on their resume along with their degree. A special collaboration with...
  • Brookville, NY
    Confrontation Magazine publishes a collection of writing and art across a wide variety of mediums, from playwriting to poetry.
  • Hempstead, NY
    Hofstra University’s MFA in Creative Writing is home to a vibrant community of writers. They come to our program from as close as Long Island and from as far away as Angola, China, Hungary, Italy, Nigeria, and South Korea. At the heart of our program are workshops, craft courses, and literature seminars led by a distinguished faculty of actively publishing writers of international reputation. We believe in the power of language to embody everything human and that an empathic imagination can and must go where it pleases. With close mentorship, students discover their authentic voice and come...
  • Garden City, NY
    We are committed to maintaining our identity as an intimate, practical and cutting-edge program for writers of all genres, including Dramatic Writing. We admit a small number of students each year so that each student can work closely and directly with our award-winning faculty.
  • Hempstead, NY
    The National Audio Theatre Festivals, Inc. began in 1979 as the Midwest Radio Theatre Workshop, and is a fully-qualified 501(c)(3) non-for-profit corporation based in Missouri.
  • The National Audio Theatre Festivals, Inc. began in 1979 as the Midwest Radio Theatre Workshop. NATF currently incorporates the learning skills once offered at it's annual week-long workshops into the HEAR Now Festivals Workshop 101 program.
  • Est. 1985. Volunteer membership organization with conferences, quarterly journal, newsletter, advocacy caucuses, dramaturgy prize, and more. LMDA promotes the creation of stories that reflect a broad spectrum of authentic experiences in our diverse global community. We uphold equity, diversity, and inclusion as our foundational values, and we recognize and examine the intersectionality of our society. We are committed to provoking, addressing, and advocating for issues of justice, equity, diversity, inclusion and land/territory. Our membership is dedicated to fostering an environment of...
  • Township Theatre Group is a voluntary, community theatre company founded in 1952. The Group produces an annual season of plays, musicals or showcases and sponsors a Touring Company that presents short plays and original works in area libraries. All main stage performances are presented in the theatre at Temple Beth El conveniently located on Park Avenue in the heart of Huntington.
  • Bronx, NY
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  • Harrison, NY
    Since 2008, Blackboard has been devoted to Black playwrights throughout the African Diaspora.
  • New York, NY
    A new theatrical licensing company is on the scene, with shows both new and established and an all-digital model for materials. Uproar Theatricals was created to transform how regional, school, stock, and amateur groups license plays and musicals by offering works centering on characters in their teens through 30s and by streamlining the materials rentals process. The company is founded by Broadway entertainment lawyer Nathan Sheffield, playwright and theatre educator Kyle Holmes, actor and director Laura Hall, and composer David Taylor Gomes.