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Playwright Marketing Crash Course with Patrick Gabridge (Ep. 60)

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In honor of the March 2024 Playwright Marketing Binge, here is the replay of Patrick Gabridge's interview where he describes the ways playwrights can make their submissions stand out.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Why he started the Playwright Submission Binge
  • TONS of tips on how playwrights can market themselves better

Resources Mentioned
Playwright Submission Binge
Plays in Place

About Our Guest
Patrick Gabridge is an award-winning writer and theatre-maker who has written a number of adaptations and also has a special talent for creating site-specific plays. With his company, Plays in Place, he’s created plays in partnership with many museums & historic sites, including Mount Auburn Cemetery, Boston’s Old State House, the Roosevelt Cottage on Campobello Island, & the MIT Museum. His full-length plays have been produced in the US & South Korea, and his short plays and have received more than 1,000 productions from theatres and schools around the world. He’s been involved with helping playwrights market their work for many years—he started the publication Market InSight for Playwrights back in 1993, and founded & still runs the Playwright Submission Binge, an online community focused on marketing. He’s also a screenwriter, novelist, & a writer of audio plays.

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