DG Resource Directory

The Dramatists Diary

  • Submit a Diary Listing

    The Dramatists Diary has been a continuous member service since 1964. It is a record of member achievements and is printed in six issues of The Dramatist magazine each year.

    Most Diary listings are self-reported and are usually printed within three to four months from the reporting date. These are listings of past achievements only and do not function as advertisements for upcoming events.

    If the listing you report is older than twelve months, it will not be accepted or printed in The Dramatist.

Ticket Offers

  • Submit a Discount or Comp Ticket Offer for Guild Members

    Thank you so much for your ticket offer to our Members! Once you complete this form, we will display your offer on our new Discounted Ticket Offers web page. We will also share information about the web page in our weekly Regional Digest. At this time, we do not send emails to our members with specific offers.

    Please note: The Dramatists Guild will only share discounts or free ticket offers that represent a 35% or greater reduction off the retail ticket price. We will not post offers to readings, showcases or workshops. Offers must be for full productions only.


  • Submit a Tribute

    In keeping with our current Tribute Issue (featuring tributes to Maria Irene Fornes, Neil Simon, Maya Angelou, Richard Rodgers, Ntozake Shange, Michel Legrand, Carol Hall, William Goldman, Michael Friedman, The Drama Book Shop, and Samuel French Hollywood Bookshop), we're compiling an ever-growing archive of some notable tributes originally published in The Dramatist or The Dramatists Guild Quarterly. Check back here as this page continues to develop. If you're a Guild member and would like to submit a tribute, please see the form below.

    Mary Rodgers  •  Thomas Meehan  •  Marvin Hamlisch  •  Lillian Hellman

Dramatist Article Submissions

  • Submit an Article for The Dramatist

    All article submissions and/or pitches to The Dramatist are subject to peer review by our Publications Committee. The committee typically prefers articles that offer something they feel is of interest to the general membership and that include more than one point of view. Priority is given to all current Guild members in good standing.