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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.

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

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    The major in theatre includes five areas: drama and theatre for youth and communities, playwriting, directing, performance as public practice, and theatrical design/technology. The Master of Fine Arts provides advanced training for those specializing in one of the performing arts. It is an appropriate terminal degree in these areas.
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    The Department of Theatre and Dance is a world-class educational environment that services as the ultimate creative incubator for the next generation of artists, thinkers and leaders in theatre and performance.
  • Write and direct your own play. Design a costume, from drawing to finished product. Make your friends laugh until they cry in a show with your improv troupe. Learn music, dance and theater history. And work on four productions a year at the intimate Mary Moody Northern Theatre, which consistently receives awards from Austin critics.
  • The St. Edward’s Department of Performing Arts provides students a well-rounded foundation that values all facets of the performing arts. Through rigorous training, mentorship and practical experience in a professional setting, we challenge theater students to discover their voice as the storytellers and content creators of tomorrow.
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  • The Drama Pre-Major is geared to help students, both as participants and as an audience, to understand and appreciate the unique value of theater, and to prepare drama students for a successful transfer. Drama students and/or interested students are given the opportunity to perform in or to help design and run a theatrical production.
  • In an effort to provide their students with more educational and artistic opportunities, Baylor University has recently restructured and revamped their Musical Theatre concentration. Lauren Weber from Baylor University says, “A part of this restructuring process has been to examine the work that we do with our students and how it compares to current trends in professional musical theatre, and explore ways that we can better prepare our students to take on a variety of roles in professional and educational musical theatre upon graduation. We have added new works into our rotation as a way to...
  • The Baylor University Department of Theatre Arts is an elite program combining an excellent liberal arts education with rigorous training in both academic and artistic fields of theatre study. The department has been named among the top 25 undergraduate theatre programs in the United States by a recent on-line ranking publication (2018 Best Drama & Theater Arts Colleges in the U.S.) and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre.
  • The Charles Gilpin Players (CGP or “Gilpins”) are a performance organization. Founded in 1929, CGP has a unique legacy as the oldest, consistently-performing theatre company in Texas to feature African American artists and has been producing plays annually since 1930. Since inception, the Gilpins have provided the Prairie View A&M campus and surrounding communities with vibrant arts and cultural programming previously non-existent in the area. CGP produces 2 main stage productions during the school year and several smaller productions including PVAMU’s popular Student Orientation show...
  • The theatre curriculum and program activities are designed to support students who have multiple interests in theatre. Students are prepared academically and artistically for a broad range of careers in professional theatre, graduate school, or jobs in education, public relations and communications. Alumni have successfully pursued graduate degrees and enjoy a broad range of careers as professional actors, educators, directors, designers, theatre administrators and more.
  • The primary mission of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts is to provide students with aesthetically enriched academic experiences in art and theatre. These two disciplines are taught and applied independently, meaning that students in either area receive the total attention and art direction they want and deserve. Specific courses for the B.A. in Theatre, as well as the two minors offered through this unit, are listed in the degree plan links on our website.
  • The School of Theatre & Dance at the University of Houston offers high-energy programs and direct connections to the profession, allowing our students to develop their network while getting world-class training. We offer programs in Acting, Dance, Playwriting/Dramaturgy, Production, Stage Management and Theatre Education. Our goal is to prepare all students for success on stage, on screen, in arts education or behind the scenes.