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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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  • The MFA in Television, Film and Theatre (TVFT) is a three-year, terminal degree program that prepares students for diverse professional and academic careers in content creation, acting, and writing in the narrative media. The program includes coursework in theory and aesthetics of theater, film, television and new media along with the politics of narrative, and the positioning of storytelling in the context of critical race theory, gender, and class. Students will also learn current industry business practices. There are ample opportunities to develop a creative voice and vision as they work...
  • Serve the Latino community with professional bilingual plays (English/Spanish), focusing on the problems and social issues confronting our community; offer workshops for at risk youth, and adults; offer new artists an opportunity to present their work to the public. Grupo de Teatro SINERGIA (Synergy Theater Group) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit arts organization operating out of the William Reagh Los Angeles Photography Center, located at 2332 West 4th Street in the heart of the Rampart District, one of the most densely populated and economically depressed areas of Los Angeles on the outskirts...
  • Founded in Los Angeles California in 1980, Young At Heart Theatre is a program designed to bring arts education to children of all ages, interests and backgrounds. From acting, to voice, dance to set design we give students the space to learn all aspects of theatre with training and performance. We are a place of inclusivity for all community, families and artists who want to be involved. We believe that theatre and the arts can impact the world greatly and change it one person at a time. There are many future directors, actors, producers and more just waiting for the opportunity to explore...
  • An acting and writing workshop that meets on Mondays at 7pm. at Theatre 71 in NYC and Saturdays at 2 p.m. at The Whitefire in Sherman Oaks
  • Los Angeles, CA
    The Academy’s crest pays homage to the institution’s highest ideal with the Latin inscription of “Veritas” cast beneath its flame. Veritas or “Truth” is the intangible force that fuels legendary performances. And it is Truth that is forged into the very ember of The Academy’s flame.
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Sunday Sprints is a guided writing session I teach over Zoom. It's weekly from 12pm to 2pm PST. Every fifteen minutes, I give a new writing prompt designed to get writers thinking more deeply about the characters in their work. We work with our microphones off (so people can listen to their own music, or write in silence if they prefer) and with our cameras on (so we can create a sense of community and accountability). At the end of class, writers are allowed to unmute themselves for an informal conversation to discuss how the prompts worked for them and if there's anything they're struggling...
  • Los Angeles, CA
    The LMU Writing for the Screen M.F.A. teaches you how to think like a screenwriter through a progression of rigorous classes, using long-form feature film writing as the springboard for crafting stories for a variety of screen sizes. This focus reflects the demands of the constantly evolving entertainment industry, providing you with a framework to pursue a writing career.
  • Los Angeles, CA
    In partnership with three east-coast theaters, our graduating playwrights are developing their thesis plays through month-long online workshops, which will culminate in made-to-measure presentations. The playwrights get to build reltionships with their theater and with their director, in preparation for joining the field.
  • Los Angeles, CA
    The UCLA Department of Theater's Playwriting program welcomes adventurous students who look forward to intensive collaboration with their peers in acting and directing.
  • Welcome to the Department of Theatre & Dance The faculty, staff, and administration in the Department of Theatre & Dance at California State University, Fullerton are fully committed to the health and well-being of every student in our program, as well as to the quality and outcomes of our instruction and curriculum. We believe that every one of our students is an important member of the Titan Family, and we strive to empower our them while also acting for the greater good of every citizen, regionally and nationally. During this Fall 2021 semester, the Department of Theatre &...