Press Release
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Palm Beach Dramaworks
New Play Submission Reach
The Dramaworkshop
Palm Beach Dramaworks has revised its submission criteria for out-of-state residents by welcoming plawrights without represenation to submit a brief synopsis of their play along with their bio to The Dramaworkshop Manager for consideration. In addition, the Dramaworkshop has expanded its  reach to include graduating MFA Playwriting candidates. 

The Dramaworkshop submission period for  new, unproduced plays for its developmental lab is open now through January 31, 2017. The selected plays may receive any or all of the following: workshops, staged readings, and developmental productions. Interested playwrights can find guidelines and submission links on PBD's website, .
PBD has been delighted by the quantity and quality of submissions since The Dramaworkshop was launched in 2014. Scripts are read by a company of resident artists, who choose a select few for development and remain involved throughout the process. Last year, four plays went on to various phases of development including Jennifer Fawcett's Buried Cities, which received a full developmental production. 

" My time at The Dramaworkshop was very positive," Fawcett says. "One of the biggest needs of a new work is time: time to write, time to workshop with actors and a director in a schedule that isn't driven by production, and time to revise. The Dramaworkshop team not only showed great faith in my work but gave me this time, and the play is all the better for it."
Jennifer Faletto's Domestic Animals will be given the next developmental production in January, 2017. All developmental productions, staged readings, and workshops take place in the Perlberg Studio Theatre, an intimate space designed and created specifically for The Dramaworkshop.
The ultimate goal of  The Dramaworkshop is to produce new work for PBD and stages all over the country.
For more information, contact Jeremy Quinn,
The Dramaworkshop Manager 
561-514-4042, ext. 117 or visit .
Palm Beach Dramaworks is a non-profit, professional theatre and is a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the South Florida Theatre League, Florida Professional Theatres Association, and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.
The Don & Ann Brown Theatre is located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, at 201 Clematis Street.
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