Plays & Musicals
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Dramatist Play Service, Inc
Dramatist Play Service was established in 1936 by members of the Dramatist Guild of America and the Society for Authors' Representatives. Dramatist Play Service, Inc is a theatrical-publishing and licensing house. They publishes acting editions of plays and musicals; and handles the licensing for professional and nonprofessional productions of these plays in the United States, Canada, and throughout the world.
Baker's Plays specializes in plays and musicals for school, family, and faith-based groups. They take pride are proud to continue their commitment to publishing high quality plays and musicals perfect for all groups.
Eldridge Plays and Musicals
Eldridge Publishing, a leading play publisher since 1906, offers hundreds of full-length plays, one-acts, melodramas, holiday and religious plays, children's theatre plays and musicals of all kinds.
Playscripts is an independent publisher of amateur and professional productions, they publish and license standard acting editions, binder books, collections, and eScripts.
A free service created by Playscripts, Inc to help you locate plays and musicals from all major publishers.
Pioneer Drama Service
Pioneer Drama is proud to offer wholesome scripts appropriate for community and children’s theatres, youth theatres, church groups and school productions.
Dramatic Publishing has been publishing fine plays since 1885. They offer musicals, full-length and one-act plays and high-quality theatrical books suitable for high-school theatre, children's theatre, professional theatre and community theatre.
PLAYS Magazine was established in 1940 in Boston, Massachusetts to provide high quality and wholesome plays to young actors. PLAYS provides great topics to broaden the mind, tickle the funny bone, stimulate discovery, and enhance discussion, none of their plays delve into religion, politics, sex, violence, or contain foul language.
Brooklyn Publishing is a great source for a wide selection of plays suited for high school, middle school, and youth theatre. For the past decade they've published full length, one act, ten minute plays and a large selection of theatre related books.
Drama Source specializes in G-rated, family-friendly plays and musicals.
Miracle or 2 Productions, Inc.
Miracle or 2 Productions, Inc offers a wide range of options
for your theater - from plays to musicals to revues. Whether you are seeking something large or small, edgy or for the family, for any time of year or for Christmas, they have the perfect show for you!
Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc
Tams-Witmark has always been an innovator in the licensing of musical plays. It licensed the first large high school production of a Broadway musical approximately 75 years ago to James Monroe High School in New York City, which performed the operetta ROBIN HOOD. Later, in the 1930′s, it created the market for the licensing of musicals to schools and other amateur groups. Today, thousands of schools and community theatres are presenting Tams-Witmark musicals each year.
Musical Theatre International (MTI)
MTI is one of the world's leading theatrical licensing agencies, granting schools as well as amateur and professional theatres from around the world the rights to perform the largest selection of great musicals from Broadway and beyond. MTI works directly with the composers, lyricists and book writers of these shows to provide official scripts, musical materials and dynamic theatrical resources to over 60,000 theatrical organizations in the US and in over 60 countries worldwide.
As the theatrical licensing division of Rogers & Hammerstein, R&H Theatricals serves both their customers, representing over 50,000 theatre organizations worldwide, and the copyright owners, comprised of the authors and rights holders of their musicals.
Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW)
TRW licenses productions to a broad range of customers, including elementary, middle and high schools; colleges and universities, community, civic and religious organizations; summer stock and dinner theatres; regional and residential theatres and opera companies; youth theatres, cruise ships, casinos, hotels, and producers of touring and Off-Broadway productions. In short, our customers include anyone who wants to experience and share the joy of live musical theatre.
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