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.

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  • Pompano Beach, FL
    At Curtain Call Playhouse, our mission is to promote cultural, educational and entertaining events through the medium of live theatre, while striving to preserve the highest professional standards. To develop and offer educational programs for children in the cultural medium of live theatre. To develop and maintain community outreach efforts for the underserved segments of our community. ​Curtain Call Playhouse is proud to be the most active “touring” theatre locally in South Florida for the past twenty three years, working with over 3500 artists, and over 3,000 children in the arts. Our...
  • Wilton Manors, FL
    Wilton Theater Factory is located in Wilton Manors, Florida and is the home of Infinite Abyss Productions and Island City Stage.
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
    TCT is devoted to presenting experimental, provocative, and socially-conscious plays. TCT is also committed to presenting works that depict a range of identities more reflective of today’s society; to dismantling norms and stereotypes through non-reactionary, honest means; and to freshly presenting both well-known and rarely-staged classical plays.
  • Miami Beach, FL
    Naked Angels Moves to New Digs in Speakeasy Theater at Broadmoor Hotel. Having outgrown its original location downtown, the Tuesday-night play-reading series finds a new home at the Broadmoor Hotel in Miami Beach, in the Speakeasy Theater Co.'s recently opened black-box space.
  • Villain Theater is committed to fostering talent and building a diverse community of artists in Miami. We provide our students the opportunity to learn with the best improv acting training available. We have a mission to be civically engaged, charitable, and an active part of our community. Villain Theater has a commitment to our neighbors in Little Haiti, to join the already strong identity of the community, and provide new opportunities to grow. We believe Miami is the most exciting city in the world and that we can elevate and contribute positively to the Miami comedy scene. We promise...
  • Miami, FL
    The Sandrell Rivers Theater is a new, state-of-the-art theater serving the city of Miami and all of Miami-Dade County & South Florida. The theater is named in honor of Chief Sandrell Rivers, a tireless arts advocate, artist and former employee of Miami-Dade County. The Sandrell Rivers Theater is a Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs facility.
  • Miami’s architectural gem centrally located in the Cultural Corridor and designed by Argentinian architect César Pelli, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County has just the right spaces to rent for any occasion. The Ziff Ballet Opera House and Knight Concert Hall feature large, fully-equipped stages with comprehensive sound and lighting capability accommodating audiences of up to 2,400 people, perfect for large business conferences, conventions, performances, fundraisers, and, of course, weddings. For smaller affairs, there are stylish rooms at the Adrienne...
  • Stuart, FL
    In the fall of 1967, the "Martin County Players" started as an adult drama clas at the Instructional Center of Stuart, but because of the subject matter of "The Brick and the Rose" (drugs) the school board refused to allow it to be presented at the school. St. Joseph's College (subsequently F.I.T.) temporarily offered the use of their auditorium, and the production was well received. This incident led the group to change their name to "The Renegade Players". Being frustrated by censorship and inadequate facilities the troupe determined to find a way to become independent. As fate would...
  • The Marco Players mission is to: Create and perform affordable, high quality, amateur theater, Encourage participation in and appreciation of theater, and Provide educational and enrichment opportunities and outreach programs for all residents and visitors.
  • Our 80 seat Mainstage Theatre provides an intimate live theatre experience for every member of the audience, evoking an Off Broadway atmosphere. With only five rows of inclined seating, plus our famous “Queen’s Box,” every seat is a great seat. A dedicated wheelchair seating area is available upon request, with additional accessibility options for patrons with physical limitations. When not in use for Carrollwood Players productions, this space is available for private and community events and production partnerships.
  • Lab Theater Project is a production company focused on developing new artists in the Tampa Bay community. We are focused on producing new works of emerging playwrights and developing, through education, new artists (Actors, Directors, Stage Managers, and Designers) in our community to continue the growth of the community. We only work with new playwrights. Our goal is to help a playwright through rewrites to culminate in a small production to allow a playwright to see their work, to see it with an audience, to have it done in a controlled, "Lab" environment.
  • The leader of the club is Mickee Faust himself, the foul-mouth, illegitimate sewer rat brother of that better known, better groomed cartoon creation. In real life, this cigar chomping, male rodent is deaf, female performance artist Terry Galloway. Ostensibly Faust has grown embittered by stories about the "other" side of his family: the Parades of Lights, the castles, the sleeping beauties and the constant singing of happy songs. And it has driven him into madness—and a subversive brand of theater. Rallying around this rebellious rat bastard are the three dozen members of the Club who call...