Cover artwork of the Community Issue: Pen and colored pencil illustrations of people of different genders, ethnicities, and sizes clustered together in harmony
Seattle: Speed Date Your Play
a theatre in Seattle
Writers engaged in Speed Date Your Play

How do I network?” “How do I find allies and advocates?” “I know theatres are looking for plays like mine, but how do I let them know I’m right here?”

It seems like one of the more daunting obstacles facing playwrights is figuring out how to leave the safe glow of the computer monitor and get into the local community to form the personal connections so vital for success. 

Local Seattle Ambassador Andrew Creech decided to help members tackle this problem head on. 

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Kate Danley
Kate Danley

is a USA Today bestselling author and won the Panwoski Playwriting Award for Building Madness. She has sold over half-a-million books globally. She trained at The Groundlings, RADA, Towson University, and the Acme Comedy Theater. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild Council.