The Writers Resources / Playwriting category is for sites with resources and information about the art, craft and/ or business of playwriting.
Support and service organization dedicated to addressing the professional needs of the Los Angeles playwriting community.
A nonprofit organization that encourages playwrights through public readings. Also offers discussions and workshops. Ashland, OR.
Award-winning professional theatre, founded in 1981 to promote new plays. Home to the Boston University Graduate Playwriting Program, and producers of the Boston Theater Marathon.
To support women playwrights around the world.
Serves and supports member playwrights in the creation of new stage works. Offers script labs, readings, and promotion.
A nonprofit organization for writers. Meets Wednesdays in NYC for play readings as an aid to development. New writers welcome.
Information about the Master of Fine Arts Degree Program in Playwriting at Ohio University.
PDC is a community of playwrights, collaborating artists, and audience members dedicated to the creation and nurture of new works for live performance.
An intensive arts- education program that pairs a professional teaching artist with a classroom teacher. The two work together as an artistic team, guiding and supporting students in the process of writing a play.
Membership organization offering support services for Canadian Atlantic playwrights. PARC services include development, showcasing and promotion of work by regional playwrights. Membership is open to playwrights, theater companies, students and theatre lovers in the four Atlantic provinces of Canada.
West Coast Center for new play development - resources for playwrights and annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival.
Service organization for Canadian playwrights (formerly the Playwrights Union of Canada). Searchable online catalogue.
Minneapolis-based, The Playwrights' Center fuels the theater by providing services to support playwrights and playwriting.
A network to communicate and share ideas, speak more forcefully on behalf of organizations and the playwrights and engage in cooperative activities that contribute to the development of a more dynamic Canadian theatrical voice.
A playwriting tutorial written by playwright and screenwriter Jon Dorf.
Bay Area writers club. Welcomes writers from all creative writing mediums, including playwrights.
Annotated bibliography of recommended texts.
The theatre writers' group at Worcester Swan Theatre, UK.
Professional association of American playwrights. The Guild protects the rights of dramatists in relation to producers and more recently Directors.
A service for playwrights, showing the schedule of staged readings of new plays.
Offers support for playwrights and screenwriters, including private consultations for dramatic writers anywhere in the world and an ongoing quarterly workshop program for dramatic writers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
WTP is all-inclusive, welcoming the novice and the pro. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, with programming that suits all levels of playwright accomplishment.
A rest-stop for aspiring playwrights. Tips, tricks, and techniques. From D.P. O'Sullivan.
Devoted to supporting work of member playwrights and developing new scripts for production. Includes ongoing Ten Minute Play contest. Denver, Colorado.
Important and practical insights into the art and craft of writing for stage. Site by John Summons.
A free resource site for young playwrights and those who teach them. Also, information about Young Playwrights 101, a complete playwriting curriculum in an e-book. Site from Jonathan Dorf.
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