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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  • Damascus, PA
    Farm Arts Collective is an Agri-Cultural hub where art and performance intersect with agrarian and ecological ideas. We focus on four pillars of life sustaining practices: Farming, Theatre, Food and Ecology. Farm Arts Collective makes its home in a large greenhouse centrally located at our home, Willow Wisp Organic Farm, a solar-powered organic vegetable farm serving northeast Pennsylvania, the Catskills, and New York City. The Farm Arts Collective is home to workshops, performance, meals, and special events that engage community members in education and creative practice that deepens...
  • Narrowsburg, NY
    One Grand Books, a store in which every book is recommended by a luminary, made Narrowsburg its home in 2015, and now has annexes in New York City, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles.
  • Narrowsburg, NY
    One Grand Books, a store in which every book is recommended by a luminary, made Narrowsburg its home in 2015, and now has annexes in New York City, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles.
  • Highland, NY
    NACL operates a theatre space and retreat center in Highland Lake, NY, located two hours from New York, City in the southwestern Catskill region. The company creates and tours devised theatre performances, collaborates with an international circle of artists, and presents a performance season featuring work by local and visiting artists. Committed to supporting theatre training at all stages in an artist’s development, NACL offers artist residencies, professional development retreats, master classes, workshops, and early education drama classes.
  • The present Rivoli Theatre is the product of two distinct building phases. The original was constructed in 1923. Although it's design has been attributed to Israel Kaplan and his son Arch, recent research suggests that Emil Motl, who was responsible for the 1937 remodel, was also the architect of the original building. An expansion and remodel was done in 1937. The 1923 marquee was a simple iron canopy with decorative metal cresting and opaque glass tiles. In 1937, this was replaced (or concealed) by a square neon sign with an elaborate decorative crest. The current marquee is a 3 sided...
  • Ellenville, NY
    Operating traditionally as a summer theatre, Shadowland is Ulster County’s ONLY non-profit professional Actors’ Equity theatre.
  • Margaretville, NY
    Our Summer Shortcuts series is an annual program where playwrights are invited to submit up to two short plays to be staged and performed at The Open Eye Theater in Margaretville, New York. We are especially interested in plays with good roles for young teens and/or senior adults.
  • Artists supporting Artists – Foundation for The Open Eye is committed to furthering all of our Catskill Regional artists and artisans. To this end, the Open Eye Theater will continue to provide pages on our theopeneyetheater.org website for artists in our community.
  • Bachelor of Arts – On Campus Connect Through Theatre Theatre offers a dynamic way to connect with people from all walks of life. It touches hearts, evokes deep thinking and can be an avenue to proclaim truth. You will experience a wide variety of genres including comedy, drama, musicals, classics and contemporary works.
  • Stone Ridge, NY
    The agents at Victoria Sanders & Associates LLC represent a diverse and exciting array of writers of both fiction and non-fiction.
  • Oneonta, NY
    Hartwick theatre production and classroom experiences will serve to demonstrate your potential, help define you as a theatre artist, and open doors to your future. Recent theatre arts graduates have gone – many directly and some with additional training – into jobs in producing, technical theatre, stage management, and performance.