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3GT was founded in 2011 for the express purpose of challenging the cultural bias that favors men’s voices over women’s on stage. At that time, fewer than 20% of plays produced by the American mainstream theatre establishment in any given year were written by women. Although change was afoot, in 2017 industry watchdog Theatre Communications Group noted “when it comes to the status of female playwrights in the American theatre, the long arc of history is bending toward parity-but so slowly, almost imperceptibly, that you’d be forgiven for despairing.” But recent data is more optimistic. Despite the Dramatists Guild’s findings that as of 2018, national production of plays by women overall is still languishing below 30% , TCG says the percentage of new plays by women getting production “has leapt breathtakingly in recent years.” 3GT is a part of that leap!

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