Member Only Content (Join Now)

Simple Production

New York, NY
Submission Policy
Member Only Content

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.  

Only active members or subscribers of the Guild may use the Resource Directory.

Update or Submit a New Listing Use our submission form to submit new listings or update a current one.

Not a Member? Join today and learn how membership in the only trade association for playwrights, composers, lyricists and librettists can serve your career.

Do you represent a Theatre? Become an Affiliate or Host Theatre.

Are you a Producer, Agent, Manager or Lawyer?  Become a Business Subscriber.

RELATED ORGANIZATIONS

Geofield
less than  mi
from 
  • Simple Production was founded by Flo Ankah in 2006 as an incubator of creative collaborations for the stage and screen. Our mission is to feed the imagination of curious audiences, igniting viewers to dive into action; themes that inspire us include women's rights, immigration and the environment. We believe in leading with purpose and simplicity so that each participant feels empowered, celebrated and heard.
  • New York, NY
    |
    These events are wonderful opportunities for artists, actors and writers alike. They offer a chance to perform, to workshop new pieces and ultimately to share and create fantastic stories. The arts are as important and vital to our world as ever and this evening will be a charitable experience in more ways than one. While benefitting the NY Foundling and the amazing work that they do, it will also be a special opportunity to share gifts, to give from your heart, and to be delightfully entertained amongst friends, colleagues, fellow artists, and an appreciative audience
  • New York, NY
    |
    Since 1992, Access Theater has been a home to New York City's leading downtown artists. When not producing its own work, Access serves as a curated arts venue seeking innovative, not-for-profit producing organizations devoted to new works and reinventing classics. Offering a well-maintained downtown venue for the showcasing of emerging artists and their efforts, Access has served as host to an impressive roster of theater artists.
  • New York, NY
    |
    Soho Rep. is a leading hub for innovative contemporary theater in New York City. We are dedicated to artistic excellence by supporting distinctive, diverse, and pioneering theater. We empower artists to make their boldest work and invite audiences to share in that intimate and transformative live experience. Soho Rep. creates a dynamic context for both artists and audiences that promotes and sustains conversation in the field and the cultural fabric of the city.
  • The mission of American Indian Community House (AICH) is to improve and promote the well-being of the American Indian Community and to increase the visibility of American Indian cultures in an urban setting in order to cultivate awareness, understanding and respect.
  • The mission of American Indian Community House (AICH) is to improve and promote the well-being of the American Indian Community and to increase the visibility of American Indian cultures in an urban setting in order to cultivate awareness, understanding and respect.
  • New York, NY
    |
    SPACE on Ryder is an environment singular in its ability to invigorate artists and innovators and their work, and to contribute to the sustainability and resourceful preservation of one of the oldest organic family farms on the East Coast. BLKSPACE provides Black individual artists, activists, organizers and small groups (up to 4 people) the opportunity to create and ideate away from the stress and noise of everyday life and in the company of other Black people. Residents will manage their own time based on what they would like to achieve and the Residency will be centered around three farm...
  • New York, NY
    |
    SPACE on Ryder is an environment singular in its ability to invigorate artists and innovators and their work, and to contribute to the sustainability and resourceful preservation of one of the oldest organic family farms on the East Coast. SPACE on Ryder Farm’s Family Residency, provides a residency on the farm for working parents and their children. The Family Residency offers artist-parents structured time to create while their child(ren) participate in nature-focused arts programming under the guidance of professional educators. All family residents (parents and children) enjoy three...
  • THE NYC CELEBRATION OF QUEER CULTURE JULY 6 - AUGUST 1, 2020 HOT began at Dixon Place in 1992 as the first month-long comprehensive LGBTQ+ festival of theater, dance, music, literature and homoeroticism for the whole family. It remains the longest running festival of its kind in the world! In support of LGBTQ+ people of color, a portion of donations & ticket sales during the HOT Festival will be donated to organizations that support queer Black Indigenous People of Color including but not limited to: Ali Forney Center, The Okra Project, INCITE!, Audre Lord Project, Gays Against Guns, NY...
  • The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art’s residency is for queer theater and performance. It supports emerging artists interested in advancing the nature and discourse of queer theory through experimental work. This summer, there will be two month-long residency slots: one in July and one in August. Accordingly, the two chosen artists will receive free rehearsal space in the Leslie-Lohman Museum's Project Space on Prince Street in SoHo for one month alongside access to the museum's archives, guidance from staff, and an artist honorarium of $1,000. At the end of the residency, artists...
  • New York, NY
    |
    The Drama League advances the American theater by providing a life-long artistic home for directors and a platform for dialogue with, and between, audiences. The Drama League helps artists and audiences in the following areas: Careers: The Drama League opens doors for exceptional stage directors by providing time, resources, and space to work without restriction, while augmenting skills through personalized training, production opportunities, and professional development. The Drama League carefully selects directors whose vision and talent are unparalleled, with a clear commitment to the...
  • New York, NY
    |
    The Wooster Group is a company of artists based in New York City that makes work for theater, dance, and media. We develop and perform our work at The Performing Garage in Manhattan at 33 Wooster Street. We also bring our work to other venues in New York as well as other theaters around the world on national and international tours. The company has sustained a full-time, ongoing ensemble since the mid-70’s. We are constantly morphing. With our many artistic associates, we have created and performed over fifty works directed by Elizabeth LeCompte. Our commitment to working as an ensemble and...