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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  • Austin, TX
    Austin Creative Alliance is a convening of different stakeholders within the arts, cultural, and creative community of Austin, TX. It advances, connects and advocates members in the Austin area.
  • Trinity Street Players is a nonprofit theatre committed to providing professional, thought-provoking, and entertaining stage productions in downtown Austin. We believe in making the arts accessible and relevant, and welcome all who share a passion for creating and experiencing the transformative power of the theatre. Join us for great art in the heart of Austin.
  • Est. 1932 as Austin Civic Theatre, ZACH Theatre is the longest continuously running theatre company in the state of Texas, and one of the ten oldest in the country. ZACH creates intimate theatre experiences that ignite the imagination, inspire the spirit, and engage the community.
  • Ground Floor Theatre fosters an environment for creative thinkers and artists to produce new works by and for under-represented communities lifting voices that need to be heard to people who need to hear them. Ground Floor Theatre provides a performance space for companies that share our vision and serves as a creative home for the Austin Performance Community for collaboration and artistic development.
  • HBMG Foundation promotes the creative process through sponsored programs that provide educational, networking, and financial resources for the artistic community. The Foundation also builds connections between the artistic and business communities by engaging artists to provide creative solutions to business problems. Through our programs, we present new works that demonstrate imaginative applications of technology to the arts.
  • Cottonwood Shores, TX
    The Hill Country Community Theatre is a live theatre venue in the Highland Lakes region of Texas.
  • Luminaria is a dynamic nonprofit arts organization dedicated to producing and promoting the arts to the city of San Antonio by managing the annual iconic Contemporary Arts Festival, the Luminaria Artist Foundation grants program, and culturally driven creative placemaking.
  • The Josephine Theatre is a non-profit community theatre commited to enhancing San Antonio's cultural horizons by creating opportunities for individuals to enjoy and grow in the excitement of live theatre as patrons, performers and students.
  • The Overtime Theater is a non-profit organization with the mission of “theater for the people” to the greater community through new productions and workshops in acting, playwriting, and comedy improvisation. We are dedicated to providing original, innovative, and accessible entertainment at an affordable price.
  • Luciole International Theatre Company is a Houston based 501 (c)(3) nonprofit performing arts company, founded in September 2015, dedicated to promoting international and multicultural exchanges through the arts. We are a visionary arts organization. Our mission is facilitating art exchanges, which offer innovative opportunities to professional artists while bringing cultural enrichment, diversity, inclusion, arts education, social justice and environmental awareness to diverse audiences we proudly serve. Our overarching goal is inspiring, engaging, educating and challenging our audiences...
  • To preserve the legacy of William Christopher "WC" Handy and support musical education of disadvantaged or disabled children. Dedicated to supporting disabled and disadvantaged young musicians through college scholarships,events and musical activities
  • MATCH or the Midtown Arts & Theater Center was created to provide a home for a broad spectrum of Houston’s arts. With 4 performance spaces, 3 rehearsal studios, 3000 square feet of gallery space, and offices for up to 60 arts professionals, it promises to be a creative collaboration unlike anything Houston has even seen.