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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  • The History/Theory/Criticism/Literature (HTCL) Committee of the Southeastern Theatre Conference invites submissions in all topics related to the broad categories of history, theory, criticism, and literature. We are committed to scholarly exploration of issues concerning all types of theatre presentation. We welcome both traditional and contemporary approaches to history, theory, criticism, and literature as well as related concerns such as pedagogy, historiography, and applied drama, including alternative or even radical approaches and interpretations. The HTCL Committee encourages...
  • Theatre majors are involved in the full production experience and become well-rounded theatre artists. Students in this program have opportunities in acting, design, dramaturgy, theatre-focused research and criticism, production management, technology, musical theatre, and video production. We are a hands-on program that creates a culture of engagement that unites theory and practice, extends the learning environment beyond the classroom, and develops an appreciation for the historical and contemporary global diversity of theatre and performance. The program is committed to exploring a wide...
  • Statesboro, GA
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    Est. 1965, GTC seeks to encourage and coordinate a close relationship among the community, educational and professional theatres in Georgia; maintain quality in both live theatre and theatre education.
  • Savannah, GA
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    Cutting-edge resources. Connected faculty. Celebrated guests and world-renowned events. As a dramatic writing student at SCAD, you can capitalize on every opportunity to get the most out of your student experience. Students of dramatic writing master the nuance of language as they draft unforgettable stories for theater, film, television, feature animation and more.
  • The Fine Arts Program offers courses leading to the baccalaureate degree (BFA) in the Visual and Performing Arts. The program also delivers fine arts courses as fulfillment of core requirements, as electives, and as advanced courses leading to an area of concentration (15 credit hours) in music, art, dance, and theatre. The program also provides opportunities for student engagement in the performing arts through concerts, plays, exhibits, and displays.
  • Media Studies offers an undergraduate program that leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Studies with specialization in one of the following tracks: Journalism, Radio-Television, Public Relations and Theatre. The theatrical component offers an undergraduate curriculum based on theoretical and intensive practical experience in performance and production with emphasis in management, acting and design.
  • The Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre, part of the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs, is the cultural heart of the Augusta University campus, and students take center stage.
  • It is the mission of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts to provide the academic and social education, along with intensive arts training to create a new generation of artists and involved citizens for a global society.
  • Birdhouse Theatre is an incubator for professionally driven artists, of multiple mediums, that recruits and nurtures talent, while delivering professional quality. Utilizing local and outside talent, while educating and enhancing civic engagement of modern issues, we hope to create dividends of participants driven and motivated by the arts to be active citizens.
  • Milledgeville, GA
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    The prize-winning one-act play winner receives a $500 prize and travel support to attend the prize play production at the Georgia College campus (usually in March.)
  • Charleston, SC
    Charleston Black Theatre is a not-for-profit community theatre. Its mission is to build a broader audience by presenting historically-based productions that educate and entertain.
  • North Charleston, SC
    AFTC, Inc. has maintained the mission of not only presenting the African-American experience on the stages of the Lowcountry, but ENSURING the presence of African-American performers on the stages of the Lowcountry as well.