Submit Your Play

Submit Your Play

Connecting playwrights with schools, theaters and other performing venues. With a paid KPW Membership, playwrights can submit a play for evaluation, development and eventual production.

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Share Your Thoughts

Share Your Thoughts

KPW Members can post questions or comments about their experiences producing new plays in Kentucky or by Kentuckians. Start a conversation, or contribute to an ongoing discussion.

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Learn from the Best

Learn from the Best

Playwrights, instructors, and other professionals involved in the world of Theatre in the Bluegrass State will be sharing their experiences and/or opinions from working in the field.

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River City News: “Northern Kentucky Playwrights Building Names for Themselves Statewide”

The River City News, described as the only daily newspaper exclusively devoted to covering the Northern Kentucky region, posted an article by Jackie Demaline promoting the Kentucky New Play Series, produced by the Kentucky Playwrights Workshop, Inc., and celebrating the accomplishments of  its president, Bill McCann, and board member Morgan Patton: “Theatre mavens planning a visit

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River City News: “Northern Kentucky is a Hotbed of Playwriting? Yep!”

The River City News posted a great article this week by Jackie Demaline titled “Northern Kentucky is a Hotbed of Playwriting? Yep!” It features several KPW Members, and highlights the great things local playwrights are doing in the state of Kentucky. The article particularly draws attention to the ongoing ten-minute play series “Pint Sized Plays,” which showcases

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Playwrights, instructors, and other professionals involved in the world of Theatre in the Bluegrass State will be sharing their experiences and/or opinions from working in the field. Don’t miss out – Subscribe now!

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Screenwriting Seminar

This June, the Kentucky Playwrights Workshop will be hosting a Screenwriting Seminar in Lexington, led by acclaimed screenwriter Charles Edward Pogue. Though he is a member of the Dramatists Guild and Actors Equity, Charles Edward Pogue is probably better known as a screenwriter for such cult films as The Fly and Dragonheart. A graduate of