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TCG Books

is the largest trade publisher of dramatic literature in North America with a booklist that

includes 13 Pulitzer Prize winners.

TCG Books

has published the works of more than 250 playwrights and other

theatre professionals in single volumes and anthologies, and sold over 3 million books.

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53rd State Press

publishes new plays and performance texts that interrogate, challenge, renew and

emblazon the language of performance co-edited by Karinne Keithley Syers and Antje Oegel. Working on a

small, sustainable model, and functioning as part of the creative community, we publish writing for performance

that particularly tends toward new directions in the theatrical imagination of language.

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Aurora Metro

is an independent publisher of award-winning drama and theatre books. With an

acclaimed list of plays for young people as well as many collections of plays by women, the company also

publishes fiction with a recent focus on young adult fiction in translation. 2011 saw the launch of a new imprint,

Supernova Books, publishing non-fiction titles that explore the arts in innovative ways—film, music, art, fashion,

architecture—giving voice to creative talent that may be ignored by the mainstream media.

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ARTSEARCH

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Chance Magazine

is a photography magazine that looks at the world through the lens of theatre and design.

Designed with passion and meticulous perfection,

Chance

is an elegant serialized art-book about the most

compelling, contemporary events in design.

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The

League of Professional Theatre Women

is a not-for-profit advocacy organization whose mission is

to promote visibility and increase opportunities for women in the professional theatre and to address problems of

insufficient recognition of the important contribution of all professional theatre women to the American theatre.

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The

Martin E. Segal Theatre Center

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mission is to bridge the gap between academia and the

professional performing arts communities both within the United States and internationally. The Center

publishes three highly regarded academic journals, as well as books, including plays in translation, translated and

edited by leading scholars.

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Nick Hern Books

is one of the UK’s leading theatre publishers and performing rights agents,

with an extensive list of theatre books and plays. Authors include Simon Callow, Declan Donnellan,

Richard Eyre and Harriet Walter; and playwrights such as Jez Butterworth, Caryl Churchill, David Edgar,

Conor McPherson and Enda Walsh.

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Oberon Books

is one of the UK’s leading independent publishers specializing in drama and the

performing arts. Oberon publishes over 1,000 books including the latest modern plays and classics from some

of the world’s leading dramatists, as well as a wide range of titles covering the theatre, opera, dance, biography

and practical study guides.

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Padua Playwrights

is devoted to extending and deepening the influence of the 60s-era New York Off-Off

Broadway movement, when European theatrical influences merged with a jazz-inspired, American sensibility to

produce a new brand of transformative theatre.

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PAJ Publications

has published more than 1000 plays/performance texts and ground-breaking essays

in more than 150 books since its founding in 1976. The triannual

PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art

charts

new directions in performance, dance, video, installations, drama and music.

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Playscripts, Inc.

is an independent publisher of new plays and musicals. Playscripts licenses amateur

and professional productions, publishes standard acting editions, binder books, collections and eScripts.

On the Playscripts website, visitors can search for plays that fit specific criteria, read lengthy script samples

for free and purchase books and performance rights.

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Playwrights Canada Press

is the largest publisher of Canadian drama. For over twenty-five years

the Press has been publishing the work appearing on Canadian stages including award-winning plays by

Daniel MacIvor, Judith Thompson and Sky Gilbert among others. In addition to plays it publishes books

of theatre criticism and history.

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Ubu Repertory Theater Publications

is known for its English-language versions of significant

contemporary dramatic works by French-speaking playwrights.

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TCG INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP

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