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By The Actors Hall of Fame Foundation
The Actors Hall of Fame Announces New Content Partnership Award Winning One Act Plays Fuel Growth in Dramatic Arts Education for High Schools and Colleges

By Creating Arts Studios
Innovative New Immersive Les Mis Cabaret has Arrived in Los Angeles Coming Soon

By Strange Worlds Publishing
The Write Group is proud and delighted to announce an anthology of Write Group members will become available on October 1, 2014.

By MOSES, THE AUTHOR by Andrew R. Heinze
Directed by Drama Desk Award-Winner Amy Wright at the Players Theatre in Manhattan for Five Performances Only.

By Ready Artwork
San Gabriel graphics and design company Ready Artwork today signed a deal with the producers of a brand new play to be staged at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse in October of this year.

By Playwrights Theatre
The readings will take place on April 26, 2014 at RoxPAC – Investors Bank Theater, 72 Eyland Avenue, Roxbury, NJ. Admission is free, but reservations are suggested.

By Playwrights Theatre
State Arts Council Fellows Take Part in the Literary Arts Fellowship Reading Series

By Hope International University
Tickets are now on sale for the student production at Hope International University in Fullerton.

By Playwrights Theatre
FORUM brings playwrights, actors and audience members together to enjoy the creative process of bringing a play to life. Staged readings of 12 innovative new plays by some of the country’s best writers with discussions to follow with audience.

By St. Paul Community Baptist Church
Annual program draws thousands; Seeks to enlighten and evoke

By KWP Productions, Inc.
All three shows will be performed at the Borland Center for the Performing Arts, 4885 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 33410 The shows feature professional level young and teen actors; some productions include adults.

By Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival
KCFF has partnered with UPU to bring Faith-based Films & Stageplays

By Kids Scripts
Publisher seeks submissions of play scripts suitable for performance by elementary and middle school students

By First World Theatre Ensemble
If Walls Could Talk, The Revolution Would Not Have To Be Televised! Muralista explores both the artistic use and political exploitation of the art form as a means to an end, or beginning, of a neighborhood.

By The Odyssey Theatre
“Who Knew? That Ionesco Sure Is a Funny Guy” — The New York Times

By Broemmel Media
Kids Scripts to donate play scripts to 50 schools during 2013

By Playwrights Theatre
FORUM brings playwrights, actors & audience members together to enjoy the creative process of bringing a play to life. Staged readings of 16 new plays by some of the country’s best writers with discussions between author & audience following.

By Bridgeross Communications
David Laing Dawson has just released a new title of two one act plays - Here Not There - recently staged at the Hamilton ON Fringe Festival to positive reviews and My Name is Walter James Cross based on his filmed docudrama of the same name.

By Big Noise Theatre
Big Noise Theatre Company, a division of Winnetka Theatre, will hold auditions for BORN YESTERDAY by Garson Kanin. Auditions are Monday, October 29, 2012, 7:00-9:00 pm at Winnetka Community House, Winnetka, IL 60093.

By Kean Theatre
Garson Kanin's comedy is slated for September 21-30, 2012 at the Kean Theatre

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By The Actors Hall of Fame Foundation
The Actors Hall of Fame Announces New Content Partnership Award Winning One Act Plays Fuel Growth in Dramatic Arts Education for High Schools and Colleges

By Ashland Community Theater
Local playwrights/actors to lead writing workshop for all levels. Register by Nov. 12.

By Creating Arts Studios
Innovative New Immersive Les Mis Cabaret has Arrived in Los Angeles Coming Soon

By Strange Worlds Publishing
The Write Group is proud and delighted to announce an anthology of Write Group members will become available on October 1, 2014.

By MOSES, THE AUTHOR by Andrew R. Heinze
Directed by Drama Desk Award-Winner Amy Wright at the Players Theatre in Manhattan for Five Performances Only.

By Ready Artwork
San Gabriel graphics and design company Ready Artwork today signed a deal with the producers of a brand new play to be staged at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse in October of this year.

By Playwrights Theatre
The readings will take place on April 26, 2014 at RoxPAC – Investors Bank Theater, 72 Eyland Avenue, Roxbury, NJ. Admission is free, but reservations are suggested.

By Foot A Push Entertainment
"What!? No Permit!?", a night with The Saxyderms, Nick Thorkelson & friends, and house band Dirty Water Brass Band. Presented by Foot A Push Entertainment. Tuesday, March 25, 8 pm. Suggested donation at the door $10 or best offer.

By Playwrights Theatre
State Arts Council Fellows Take Part in the Literary Arts Fellowship Reading Series

By Hope International University
Tickets are now on sale for the student production at Hope International University in Fullerton.

By Playwrights Theatre
FORUM brings playwrights, actors and audience members together to enjoy the creative process of bringing a play to life. Staged readings of 12 innovative new plays by some of the country’s best writers with discussions to follow with audience.

By St. Paul Community Baptist Church
Annual program draws thousands; Seeks to enlighten and evoke

By KWP Productions, Inc.
All three shows will be performed at the Borland Center for the Performing Arts, 4885 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 33410 The shows feature professional level young and teen actors; some productions include adults.

By Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival
KCFF has partnered with UPU to bring Faith-based Films & Stageplays

By Stirling Festival Theatre
Stirling Festival Theatre announces Ontario Arts Council grant award for Historical Community Play Project!

By Kids Scripts
Publisher seeks submissions of play scripts suitable for performance by elementary and middle school students

By First World Theatre Ensemble
If Walls Could Talk, The Revolution Would Not Have To Be Televised! Muralista explores both the artistic use and political exploitation of the art form as a means to an end, or beginning, of a neighborhood.

By The Odyssey Theatre
“Who Knew? That Ionesco Sure Is a Funny Guy” — The New York Times

By Freedrama.net
Freedrama.net published 15 new drama and comedy play scripts for no cost to schools and theatres.

By Plays & Players
Andrew Jackson was a rock and roll GOD. The multiple Tony nominee and Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle winning high-octane rock musical will explode on Plays & Players’ mainstage Jan 17-Feb 10.

By Applause Academy
Wild Cats everywhere, get you tickets to Applause Academy's production of Disney’s High School Musical. Call 508-828-8942 for tickets or visit www.applauseacademyma.com for more information.

By StageGrade
Theater review website StageGrade -- the objective report card of the critical consensus for every play and musical in New York City -- has been acquired by Davenport Media Enterprises

By Broemmel Media
Kids Scripts to donate play scripts to 50 schools during 2013

By Playwrights Theatre
FORUM brings playwrights, actors & audience members together to enjoy the creative process of bringing a play to life. Staged readings of 16 new plays by some of the country’s best writers with discussions between author & audience following.

By Bridgeross Communications
David Laing Dawson has just released a new title of two one act plays - Here Not There - recently staged at the Hamilton ON Fringe Festival to positive reviews and My Name is Walter James Cross based on his filmed docudrama of the same name.

By Big Noise Theatre
Big Noise Theatre Company, a division of Winnetka Theatre, will hold auditions for BORN YESTERDAY by Garson Kanin. Auditions are Monday, October 29, 2012, 7:00-9:00 pm at Winnetka Community House, Winnetka, IL 60093.

By New Jersey Repertory Company
Out of friends, out of luck, & out of time, Ulysses is resigned to spending the last remaining weeks of his life in solitude until Emma walks in … much as she walked out on him 20 years ago.

By Kean Theatre
Garson Kanin's comedy is slated for September 21-30, 2012 at the Kean Theatre

By New Jersey Repertory Company
Can we forgive the unforgiveable? Is there truly the possibility of redemption for us all? A father and daughter confront these issues and try to mend their relationship through the one thing that connects them ... baseball.

By Shakespeare Solved
Hamlet, Richard III and The Merchant of Venice solved for the first time.

By Jasmine Gray - IIE-PR
Kiyano La'Vin stars in "THE STAR MAKER" father's day weekend

By New Jersey Repertory Company
A dark comedy that explores the emotions, intentions and actions of South Florida’s disenfranchised lower class citizens where corporate greed meets its match in a community that will go to any lengths to protect its own.

By Theori Stages
With his new,one man show "Wendell Tucker Hates the World", Chicago playwright, Wendell Tucker takes on depression and the taboo of mental health care in the African American community.

By Rogue Artists Ensemble
Rogue Artists Ensemble brings back last year’s darkly comic sci-fi hit, D is for Dog, for the Hollywood Fringe Festival and beyond—featuring new twists, effects and an even more startling conclusion as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

By The Creative Edge
The hilarious Tony award winning Douglas Carter Beane comedy directed by Frank Catalano continues its limited engagement at the LAPC Stage

By Christian Frazier
Christian Frazier joins the cast of "Sangin The Tears Away, the musical you have been waiting for. Inspired by the life of Natalie Cole.

By Jennifer DeWitt
From the 261 plays submitted by young writers throughout the state, a panel of theatre professionals has selected four High School plays, three Junior High School plays and three Elementary Schools plays.

By Lucy Pollak Public Relations
May 19 – June 24 @ the Lounge Theatre “We lost it there. We were improvising, and we lost it.”

By TheatrePeople.com
The Bodyguard will be coming to London's West End this year, and is set to be a box office smash!

By A J Carter
The hilarious Tony award winning Douglas Carter Beane comedy directed by Frank Catalano opens on April 27th at the LAPC Stage in Woodland Hills.

By The Larose Group
The Northern California Renaissance Faire travels back to the realistic Renaissance village of the late 14th through 16th century settled in the woodsy vale of Casa de Fruta in Hollister

By Lucy Pollak Public Relations
By Award-winning playwright Richard Martin Hirsch. True friendship is a journey - there is no roadmap.

By New Jersey Repertory Company
One after another, the male heirs of the Baskerville family are being knocked off. Sherlock Holmes, the self-proclaimed "greatest detective of all time," sends Dr. Watson to the countryside to prevent more bloodshed and mayhem ensues!

By cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA
cARTel's Sound/Stage: Unplugged In the Amazon, the first installment of a new series of radio plays recorded live at the historic El Cid in Los Angeles, is now available for download and streaming. Written by award winning playwright Kit Steinkellner

By Jennifer DeWitt
Playwrights Theatre will present two programs during the New Jersey Theatre Alliance Stages Festival. The Stages Festival is a month-long, state-wide celebration of theatre and the performing arts – a project of the NJTA and its membership.

By Atul Malikram
It was love at first sight for Amol and Pooja. So much so, that the two of them got married soon after. Everything seemed hunky dory in the beginning. However, things went for a toss when problems started

By cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA
cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA, is proud to announce Sound/Stage, a live recording of an original one-act radio play by one of LA’s most exciting writers. The first installment will act as part of the grand reopening of the historic El Cid on Sunset

By Atul Malikram
Karan, Chirag and Mairaj met at a college Hostel in Pune and got along like a house on fire. While Karan belonged to an affluent family, Chirag and Mairaj belonged to a middle class family. Karan soon moved

By Delroy G. James
The Caribbean film industry now have a place to showcase its television, stage and movies online using Yaadtube.

By New Jersey Repertory Company
An autobiographical piece, written & performed by Al Letson, a gifted nationally known performance poet & host of NPR's “State of the Re:Union,” told through monologue, poetry, song and multimedia.



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