Help us make new DEVELOPMENT happen

WTP continues to be the place in Georgia where new play and community development happens, and the 95+ playwrights on our roster continue to get produced locally and all over the United States. At a time when many cultural arts organizations are struggling to survive, WTP has been able to fortify our programming, expand our rosters of playwrights, and reach a more far-ranging audience while staying within a workable budget.

Become a donor

Your tax-deductible contribution, great or small, makes a difference in helping us bring local voices to the stage. All donations will be gratefully acknowledged.

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Or mail your contribution to:
Working Title Playwrights
691 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue NE
Suite C
Atlanta, GA 30312

Working Title Playwrights is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. No goods or services were provided for this gift. Please contact your tax advisor regarding specific questions about your donation.

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And consider volunteering! Contact us to find out how you can help.

ANOTHER WAY TO GIVE BACK TO WTP:
Affairs To Remember Caterers Referral Program 
Affairs to Remember is on the lookout for service staff — to work at Special events.  If you are looking for paid work that offers flexible hours, please contact Jon McNeill, the Director of Service, at jon@affairs.com .  If you mention Working Title Playwrights, Jon will give your application the fullest consideration.  Again, this is for service positions only. For dedicated workers, there is a chance for advancement.

For more information about the Affairs to Remember referral program through WTP, please contact managing@workingtitleplaywrights.com.

Pictured in Banner: Megan McFarland and Brooke Owens in an Ethel Woolson Lab reading of Erin Considine’s RIDING BICYCLES IN THE RAIN. Photo credit: Danyale Taylor