The Dramatists Guild Resource Directory: The Writer's Guide to the Theatrical Marketplace
Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2008 - Performing Arts - 273 pages
The 2008 Dramatists Guild Resource Directory™ is the official annual reference for playwrights put out by the Dramatists Guild. This up-to-date directory is the authoritative reference for any serious or casual playwright. It contains a number of useful resources for playwrights, all in one place: * Comprehensive listings of submission opportunities * Conferences and festivals * An annual submission calendar * Listings of commercial producer * Publishers and theaters * Agents * Attorneys * Colonies and residencies * Fellowships * Grants & emergency funds * Membership and service organizations * Workshops The 2008 edition also includes many new features not previously published in past years, such as: # The new Dramatists Guild format standard for plays and musicals # Dramatist Bill of Rights # Colleges, Universities and training programs for dramatic writing # Discounted hotels in the New York City area # Dramatists Guild Ten City report This invaluable resource is sure to assist the playwright in many facets, freeing up more time for writing.
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