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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  • Ellensburg, WA
    Central Theatre Ensemble, the production wing of the Theatre Arts Department, produces several shows each season, both on the main stage and in a studio (workshop) setting. Among the main stage offerings each year is the annual musical theatre production along with contemporary and classical fare from around the globe. Another example of how CWU's students use their skills to “Learn. Do. Live.”
  • Yakima, WA
    The mission of the Warehouse Theatre Company is to engage, enrich and encourage our community through shared experiences in theatre arts. As Yakima's community theatre, WTC has enjoyed a well earned reputation for professional-quality musicals, comedies and dramatic performances for over six decades.
  • Public Knowledge is fighting for a balanced copyright system.
  • Washington, DC
    We love plays with big meanings that transcend particular ages and cultures. And we we hope that cultural influences, including theatre, can change some part of the human family—or even one person—toward a more bearable, insightful, hopeful, or self-determining state. The subjects of our plays may include individual liberty, family, power, religion, death, or other fundamental issues of human existence.
  • We’re a collective of women playwrights who support, promote, and present the work of women playwrights – and help move this work into the local and national theatre pipeline!
  • Washington, DC
    Tall Tales DC Productions is seeking contemporary full length and short plays by South Asian playwrights not previously produced in the DC Metro area. A stipend will be paid for selected work.
  • Prosser, WA
    Est. 1960. A community theatre presenting plays and musicals at the Princess Theatre in a four-show season that runs August through mid spring.
  • North Bend, WA
    Est. 2003. Valley Center Stage is doing business as a part of North Bend Community Theater, a not-for-profit theater arts organization devoted to igniting the spontaneous creative spirit that exists in all people.
  • Richland, WA
    Enhance, Educate, Elevate, Entertain. We enhance our community through the performing arts, educate the public on the value and impact of live theatre, elevate the quality of live theatre locally, and entertain our community by delivering high-quality Shakespeare-inspired theatre produced by our ensemble cast and crew.
  • Richland, WA
    Mission: To provide educational opportunities in the theatre arts for young people of all abilites and levels of interest; to produce quality theatre for and by the young with appeal to all ages; and to expose people to diverse ideas and cultures through the theatre experience.
  • The vision that created the Richland Players in 1944 to bring music and laughter to an isolated community, and opportunities for local citizens to directly participate, continues today. As the community has evolved in the demographics of age and culture, so too has the Theater evolved its repertoire and vision for new productions.
  • Village Theatre announces open submissions for its new Northwest Creator Residency program, seeking Seattle-area Black, Indigenous and POC artistic creators of all experience levels, including but not limited to writers, composers, performers, choreographers, directors, designers, and producers, to begin work on any element of a new musical. If you make any kind of performing art we want to hear from you. We are interested in fostering your humanity as an artist and are not specifically interested in any one particular project. Creators will be chosen based on their artistic vision and...