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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  • Maya Angelou said during an interview, “We have some impulse to explain who we are... There’s something, which impels us to show our inner-souls.” Hattiloo presents plays that fulfill this human need by revealing the ‘inner-soul’ of the Black community. Our plays are for some people a means of self-examination; and for others they are eye-openers.
  • Memphis, TN
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    This 2,072-seat multi-purpose venue is home to the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and hosts a multitude of other events including ballet, opera, pop and jazz concerts, touring theatrical productions, children’s theater and general sessions for conventions at the adjoining Renasant Convention Center.
  • Memphis, TN
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    Theatre Memphis is a community theatre whose mission is "to provide outstanding theatrical experiences to enrich the live of our audiences, participants and community".
  • Our mission is to entertain and inspire the people of Memphis and the mid-south through the art of opera.
  • Oxford, MS
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    Theatre Oxford is formed, organized and operated exclusively as a community theatrical group for the purpose of instituting, promoting and maintaining a community theatre for the enjoyment, entertainment and education of the public through the production and presentation of live stage performances and other ancillary and derivative activities.
  • Little Rock, AR
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    The Arkansas Arts Center is an active partner in the educational, economic and cultural life of a diverse community; inviting discovery, creativity and learning through engagement with the visual and performing arts.
  • Little Rock, AR
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    Arkansas Repertory Theatre exists to create a diverse body of theatrical work of the highest artistic standards. With a focus on dramatic storytelling that illuminates the human journey, The Rep entertains, engages and enriches local and regional audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
  • Little Rock, AR
    The Weekend Theater is a non-profit theatrical community that produces socially significant plays for central Arkansas.
  • Little Rock, AR
    The Weekend Theater is a non-profit theatrical community that produces socially significant plays for central Arkansas.
  • The Historic Zodiac Playhouse located in downtown Florence, Alabama is a funky, small house venue, for all forms of live theater.
  • Delta Center Stage was founded in 1979 by a group of volunteers to bring live theatre back to the Delta Community. Rising from the ashes of Greenville/Leland's "Twin City Theatre Guild" which had folded seven years earlier, Delta Center Stage since its founding has produced a subscription season of plays continuously for 40 years. Until 2002 DCS functioned entirely through the contributions of volunteers from every walk of life. On June 1 of 2002, after 23 years as a volunteer organization, Delta Center Stage hired its first full time employee, Executive Director Tim Bixler.
  • Paducah, KY
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    Partial funding has been provided by the Kentucky Arts Council, a state agency in the Commerce Cabinet, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.