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.

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  • Durango, CO
    The Durango Arts Center enriches the community through innovative visual and performing art, and arts education. DAC advances appreciation and participation in the arts as a cultural leader in the region.
  • Creede, CO
    As a cultural home for artists, residents, and visitors of the West, Creede Repertory Theatre will create a diverse repertory season of plays, new works, and dynamic education programs.
  • Los Alamos, NM
    Los Alamos Little Theatre (LALT) is a not for profit 501(c)(3) community theater group. We were founded in 1943 and have been continually providing entertainment on the “Hill” since the days of the Manhattan Project. Our productions take place in the Performing Arts Center (PAC), which we operate on behalf of Los Alamos County.
  • Theatre Aspen’s award-winning shows are presented in the heart of Rio Grande Park, along the Rio Grande Trail, just next to the river. With daytime views of Aspen Mountain and nights filled with stars, theatre-goers are treated to an experience that combines dynamic professional theatre with the excitement of being outdoors. Theatre Aspen’s professional productions feature the best of Broadway talent, as well as local performers, offering musicals, plays, new work and family-friendly shows that are perfect for a summer vacation.
  • Westcliffe, CO
    The Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts was incorporated in 1992 and received its not-for-profit status the following year. Our goals are to provide a Center for the Performing Arts in the picturesque Wet Mountain Valley of Colorado. We encourage new playwrights and provide classes and theater training each summer through the co-operation of local universities.
  • The Santa Fe Opera's mission is to advance the operatic art form by presenting ensemble performances of the highest quality in a unique setting with a varied repertoire of new, rarely performed, and standard works; to ensure the excellence of opera's future through apprentice programs for singers, technicians and arts administrators; and to foster and enrich an understanding and appreciation of opera among a diverse public.
  • Teatro Paraguas stages contemporary award-winning Latinx plays in English and bilingual productions of Hispanic/Latinx poetry and classic cuentos (folk-tales), while promoting children's theatre, producing the works of New Mexico playwrights, and celebrating the history, richness and diversity of New Mexico's many cultures and artistic talent.
  • Santa Fe, NM
    The Exodus Ensemble is an immersive theatre company in Santa Fe. Exodus delivers high-octane theatrical experiences with cinematic flair for thrill seekers and people who are hungry for deep connection. Audiences say an Exodus Experience feels like “being in a movie!” Transforming classics into thrillers that unfold in surprising spaces, Exodus coaxes audiences into dramatic worlds and dissolves the boundaries between spectator and actor. Incredible performances, unforgettable stories, and multimedia converge to create a singular experience that leaves audiences feeling deeply alive.
  • Almost Adults Productions is an inclusive company in Santa Fe providing creative opportunities for both beginning and seasoned writers, actors, directors producers, crew members, and local non-profits since 2015. Our premiere production was a program of LGBTQ-themed short plays by local playwright Aaron Leventman at Warehouse 21. This was awarded a grant from the Envision Fund, then honored by the Mayor on opening night declaring LGBTQ Theatre Day in Santa Fe. Since then we have presented short plays at various festivals in New York.
  • Santa Fe, NM
    Just Say It Theater was formed in 2014 by co-Artistic Directors Lynn Goodwin and Dale Dunn to provide young people of Santa Fe the opportunity to experience the magic and power of theater by writing and publicly performing their own collaborative theater pieces.
  • Santa Fe, NM
    In the summer of 2012, a group of Santa Fe actors banded together under the artistic leadership of Robert Benedetti. They shared a passion for theater that addressed issues of social justice and celebrated the human spirit. Their first production was Santa Fe Shakescenes, a series of programs of scenes from Shakespeare arranged around topics like honor and love.
  • Santa Fe, NM
    Blue Raven Theatre is new to Santa Fe, New Mexico, but its founder, Talia Pura, has been producing original theatrical works for almost 20 years. Focusing on her own comedies and dramas, she has entertained audiences in her original home of Winnipeg, Canada, in Toronto, New York City and as far away as Stockholm, Sweden and Cape Town, South Africa. She is thrilled to now call Santa Fe home, and begin producing theatre again.