Help bring Southern voices to the stage.
“THIS IS A COLLECTIVE OF POWERFUL STORYTELLERS THAT HAS SPRINGBOARDED SOME OF THE BEST PLAYWRIGHTS IN ATLANTA.” —Lauren Gunderson, award-winning playwright
“WTP IS A CORNERSTONE OF ATLANTA’S NEW WORK THEATRE SCENE.“– Celise Kalke, Synchronicity Theatre Managing Director and freelance dramaturg
“THE ETHEL WOOLSON LAB IS WITHOUT A DOUBT ONE OF MY MOST FORMATIVE EXPERIENCES AS A PLAYWRIGHT. I will forever be thankful to Working Title Playwrights for working so hard to ensure that playwrights like me are supported, even well beyond the end of the lab itself.” – Malcolm Tariq, WTP 2018 Ethel Woolson Lab recipient
“WTP IS A TRUE GIFT TO THE ATLANTA COMMUNITY AND SUPPORTING THEM IS AN INVESTMENT IN FUTURE DRAMATIC WORKS THAT CHALLENGE US TO THINK DEEPLY ABOUT WHAT IS MEANS TO BE ALIVE” – Dr. Angela Farr Schiller, WTP Dramaturg and KSU Resident Dramaturg, Director and Professor
Pictured in banner: Erin Considine, A. Julian Verner, Amber Bradshaw, Melissa Simmons, Brooke Owens, Megan McFarland, Bill Murphey and Ben Silver take part in a moderation session for an 2017 Ethel Woolson Lab reading of RIDING BICYCLES IN THE RAIN. Photo credit: Danyale Taylor