CONTACT US


Every time I attend a Working Title event, I know I will encounter something new and important for my work in theatre—a play, a person, a question, an idea—and I am so grateful for their presence in the community.”

-Rebekah Suellau, director, playwright and Weird Sisters Theatre Project producer

To Join

If joining between July 1 and December 31:
Affiliate dues are $125 and will expire June 30.
Pay Your Dues Online (processing fee added):
JOIN WITH PAYPAL

If joining between January 1 and May 31: NEW MEMBER ONLY!
Affiliate dues are $65 and will expire June 30.
Pay Your Dues Online (processing fee added):
JOIN WITH PAYPAL

You may also contact Managing Artistic Director Amber Bradshaw at managing@workingtitleplaywrights.com to join. Or checks can be mailed to WTP at Working Title Playwrights, PO Box 5, Atlanta, GA 30301.

TO RENEW

Renewals are $125 and due annually on June 30. Contact M/AD Amber Bradshaw at managing@workingtitleplaywrights.com to renew. Checks can be mailed to WTP at Working Title Playwrights, 245 North Highland Ave NE, Suite 230-233 Atlanta, GA 30307 or you may pay online with PayPal.

Renew Your Dues Online (processing fee added):
RENEW WITH PAYPAL


BENEFITS

  • Access to core programming such as the Monday Night Critique Sessions (MNCS) held twice a month.
  • The potential to have your full-length play read as part of the Table Series or the First Light Reading Series. The First Light Series is produced with the support of our professional Atlanta theatre partners such as Actor’s Express, Stage Door Players, Horizon Theatre Company, Synchronicity Theatre, the Alliance Theatre, Out Front Theatre Company, Synchronicity Theatre and Aurora Theatre.
  • Eligibility for competitive workshops such as the acclaimed Ethel Woolson Lab produced in partnership with the Alliance Theatre.
  • Discounts to workshops and master classes.
  • Opportunities to network with leading theater professionals.
  • Inclusion on the WTP email list for nationwide playwriting opportunities.

Pictured in banner: WTP members and affiliates discuss “Playwriting as Activism” in a Master Class with Special Guest, Reginald Edmund. Elisa Clayton featured. Photo credit: Danyale Taylor.