Submissions

When submitting material, please allow for American Theatre 's three-month lead time for each print issue and one-month lead time for online stories.

Letters to the Editor

American Theatre welcomes comments from readers. Letters may be edited for reasons of space and clarity. Write to the Editor using this web form, or by sending a letter to American Theatre, 520 8th Ave., 24th floor, New York, NY 10018. Please include a daytime phone number.

Season and Schedule Information

American Theatre lists season information (for TCG member theatres only) in the magazine's Onstage section. All Onstage submissions and corrections will now be made online via Theatre Profiles. All changes must be entered by the 10th of the month two months prior to publication for inclusion in American Theatre.

Deadlines

October: July 10
November: September 10
December: October 10
January: November 10
February: December 10
March: January 10
April: February 10
May/June: March 10
July/August: May 10
September: July 10

Production photos may be submitted for Onstage by emailing atphoto@tcg.org. Please indicate clearly the show, dates of the show, name of the theatre (or theatres), names of each actor and the photographer. Images must be 300 dpi and at least 4.5 inches wide.

Writers' Guidelines

American Theatre covers trends and events in all types of theatre, as well as economic and legislative developments affecting the arts. The main focus, however, is on professional, not-for-profit theatre. American Theatre rarely publishes articles about commercial, amateur or university theatre, nor about works that would widely be classified as dance or opera, except at the editors' discretion. While significant productions may be highlighted in the Critic's Notebook section, American Theatre does not review productions (but does review theatre-related books).

Writers wishing to submit articles to American Theatre should email at@tcg.org outlining a particular proposal; unsolicited material is rarely accepted. Please include a brief résumé and sample clips. Planning of print articles usually occurs at least three months in advance of publication; online pieces one month ahead. All manuscripts are subject to editing.

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