Montana Repertory Theatre, in partnership with the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center (WMPAC), has announced DG Member MARISA CARR as the recipient of their first-ever Indigenous Artist Commission.
Jan 22, 2021
Voices is a poetic performance piece and artistic campaign. This is an urgent call for submissions of poems and monologues written by Black Women for all women and those who love us.
Jan 09, 2021
This past year, the Dramatists Guild has responded to our members' needs by our Productions & Ticket Offers page and the online Resource Calendar.
Jan 09, 2021
The Weekend Theater is accepting original monologues and short one-act plays from Arkansas playwrights for possible production in 2021.
Jan 05, 2021
NEW YORK, NY – DeWanda Wise, star of the Netflix series She’s Gotta Have It, and her husband, Alano Miller, best known for the WGN America drama series Underground, will join TED LANGE, the actor, director and screenwriter known for the TV series The Love Boat, as co-hosts of New Federal Theatre's 50th Anniversary Virtual Gala, January 17, 2021, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Jan 05, 2021
Like the entire world, Southwestern playwrights and theatre artists find themselves pivoting so much that they’re beginning to feel like pandemic ballerinas. And, also, like the rest of the world, we’ve already grown tired of even the word “pivot” itself.
Dec 30, 2020
Dramatists and theatres have a symbiotic relationship. We provide the beating heart, theatres give us a body to hold that heart so we can share it. I reached out to one Washington State theatre to see how they’re faring and to explore how we might help each other survive.
Doug Starcher and Lynn Starcher. Photo by Sarah Richardson.
Dec 29, 2020
When I catch up with playwright and DG member EM LEWIS on her family farm in Monitor, Oregon, it’s nearing the end of the growing season. Veggies are picked and preserved. Wood’s chopped and stacked. And this particular Tuesday—November 3, 2020—becomes an apt backdrop for a chat about her new play, The Great Divide.
Dec 28, 2020
I caught up with one of New York theatre’s charismatic leaders, National Black Theatre’s AD Jonathan McCrory to discuss how they face a pandemic and support community.
Dec 25, 2020
During lockdown, New Jersey has lived up to its gritty reputation for being the research and development state for new plays. Professional theatres, community theatres, and newly formed writers’ groups have been working with local members and DG writers from all over the country.
Dec 24, 2020