dg resource directory
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.

This functionality is part of suite of resources designed to help playwrights, composers, lyricists and librettists.  

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  • West Hartford, CT
    Welcome to...New Musicals !
  • New Haven, CT
    Theater was founded in 1968 as yale/theatre, “a gathering of responses to real events” in that tumultuous year. In the magazine’s first issue, Ren Frutkin declared that it would consist of “theatre, thought, discussion, dream, art, people.” Since its first issue (“Do We Need Greek Drama?”), Yale’s magazine has fulfilled Frutkin’s call.
  • Westchester, NY
    Founded in 2007, The Westchester Review is dedicated to publishing the work of established and emerging writers. We have received acclaim from The New York Times and local media. We started as an annual print edition. In 2020, we transitioned to publishing quarterly online issues. Our readership has increased exponentially, and we now have international visibility.
  • Brookville, NY
    Confrontation Magazine publishes a collection of writing and art across a wide variety of mediums, from playwriting to poetry.
  • 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.
  • Writing is often an isolating experience. That’s why it can be helpful to meet with others who share your writing interests to exchange ideas and resources. Since 1984, the Monadnock Writers’ Group has provided fellowship and support to writers in all genres and at all levels of achievement. Our free monthly speaker series brings a variety of accomplished writers to Peterborough to share their experiences and expertise with members. These speakers address a range of genres—fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, screenwriting, blogging and more—from research and planning through publishing.
  • Monologues for Actors. By Actors.
  • Burlington, MA
    JAC Publishing & Promotions (JAC) began publishing over 30 years ago. In 1995, we dedicated our efforts almost entirely toward publishing New England Entertainment Digest (NEED), an arts & entertainment monthly covering the arts in New England and New York. With NEED now an online resource and no longer a print publication, JAC ventured into another area where it can support the arts - publishing scripts and arts-related books!
  • Valley Stream, NY
    LEVANT was created in 1950, in Beirut, to import foreign press to Lebanon and distribute there. The company has grown dramatically since, enhancing its product portfolio to service many countries, covering today more than fifty territories spanning three continents: other than the Near and Middle East, Levant is present in Africa, the Americas, Eastern Europe, and parts of Asia. With offices and warehouses in key cities (New York, London, Paris, Geneva, Beirut), it has built a strong and reliable distribution network.
  • Romemu is a welcoming, experiential, irreverently pious, intergenerational Jewish community that elevates and transforms individuals and communities into more compassionate human beings. Committed to powerful prayer and transformative spiritual practices, Romemu attempts to engage the heart, mind and body in everything we do, helping us to foster greater levels of compassion. We believe that Judaism offers spiritual seekers and skeptics alike a path that celebrates our wholeness and provides practical, grounded ways to heal our brokenness. We are committed to helping to birth a post-...
  • New York, NY
    Beat by Beat Press is a new online publisher of fresh, contemporary children's musicals founded by a group of writers and arts educators in New York City. Beat by Beat, led by Denver Casado, consists of a family of award-winning writers and arts educators in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles, all passionate about creating a refreshing new catalogue of high quality musicals and songs for young actors.
  • HowlRound is a free and open platform for theatremakers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners.