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1. Are you sure you want to be a playwright? How about a screenwriter or TV writer or fiction writer? Not that you can’t do them all, but it helps, I think, to concentrate and get really good at one at a time and you should think about if you want that one thing to be a playwright. Being a playwright is hard. One of my profs once said to me you have to work hard at it for at least 10 years before you start to see any movement. Then you reach that threshold but it continues to be hard. Yes, it can be great to see your work on a stage. If you love the theatre, I mean really love the theatre and more than anything want to write plays, I guess you should do it, but you should know, there is a lot of competition, a lot of great work, a lot of baby boomers who get the season slots first. And there is not much money. Not a lot of resources. So are you still sure you want to be a playwright? Okay, go on to number 2 if you’re sure, otherwise go read someone’s blog who started out as something else.

2. See and read a lot of plays. Like a lot. You need to know what other people are doing and you need to find your influences that you will eventually turn away from and the things you don’t like which will also define how you write. If you live in New York, you’ll have more chances to see plays than anywhere else. So if you can, live in New York at least for a while. You can usher to see plays for free or get discounts from TDF and other sources. As for reading, you need to read the things that have come before, the classics, the plays that are still being done and you also need to read the new plays that are coming out. Go to Playscripts and DPS and Sam French and Broadway Play Publishing and Dramatics and get on their email lists so you know when the new plays come out and look at their catalogs and get the plays from the library or the Drama Book Shop or buy them online if you have to.

3. Which means you need to have some money coming in to live on. If you’re rich or if someone else is supporting you, move onto 4. Otherwise, you need to find a way to support yourself that won’t drive you nuts and will allow you time to write. You have to find it on your own. Some people teach. Some people have non-theatre related day jobs. Some people work at an institutional theatre (for not much money) doing something necessary for the theatre. That might work for you if you don’t hate being poor. Also, you will get to see plays for free and drink free wine sometimes and get to meet cool artists.

4. If you don’t work at a theatre, and you can afford to work for nothing even for a couple of months, intern in the lit office of a theatre. You will get to read lots of new plays, and you will see how theatres (or at least the theatre you are in) makes decisions. You will see what agents are sending out and you will get a feel for what kinds of plays various agents represent and you will learn who the good agents are so later when you are trying to get an agent, you will know who will be a good match for you. If you can swing it, intern at a few theatres.

5. Write at least a play a year. Figure out what the good time for you is in the day to write. Are you a daytime writer? A nighttime writer? Do you like to write first thing in the morning? Do you like to go to cafes? If you can, try to write your first draft in less than a month. (Paula Vogel suggests 3 weeks) Do it for at least an hour a day until you finish. I think it’s important to figure out what most of your play is before you start writing.

6. Marsha Norman has these four sentences to fill in before writing a play. I’ve always found them very helpful: This play is about________ It takes place __________ It starts when ________ and ends when________ The main character wants____________ but____________

7. Once you have a first draft, do a reading out loud so you can hear it and try to figure out ways to make it better. Invite some friends over—give them pizza and beer and ask them to read it for you. Do this until the play is in good shape. You can also do public readings. It may help to hear it in front of an audience at least once or twice. Fix, adjust, trust your instincts, ignore people who are wrong or who want the play to be different than you want it to be. Listen to the people who might be right.

8. Produce the play yourself if you can. You will learn a lot. It will be hard work and might be expensive but the most sure way to get plays produced is to do it yourself. Most cities have a fringe festival which is a lower cost and easier way to put up plays. Do this with your first couple of plays if you can.

9. Once the play is in really really good shape, send the play to lots of places. Like at least 100. Pay attention to people’s guidelines and follow them. Buy a Dramatists Sourcebook or join the Dramatists Guild and use their guide. Also find the small theatres wherever you are and see if they take submissions. Get to know the people, maybe help them build sets or something or act in shows if you can. You can learn a lot about playwriting by actually being in plays. When you see a director you like, ask them if you can send them your play. Another thing you should do is find the places not in the sourcebooks who are doing plays like your plays—especially small theatres. Google the people whose work is like yours and try to send your plays to the places doing their work. Sometimes theatres will only do established playwrights work even if they have a lit office whose job it is to read through the submissions. (See #1) The odd thing is sometimes even if your play isn’t right for a theatre, you might want to send it just in case the lit asst who is probably young, is into it. Ten years from now, they could be at a different theatre and have more power. Lit people tend to jump from theatre to theatre. This is why you should apply to everything you can. If people like your stuff but it isn’t right, they may ask you for something else later or may recommend your work to another theatre. Lit people can be very generous like that.

10. Join the yahoo group the playwrightbinge. Also take a look at En Avant for upcoming deadlines and places to send plays. The internet is great.

11. Some people write lots of 10 minute plays, especially early on. These are easier to get people to produce. It might take years to get your full length up but you might get a bunch of 10 min plays produced. This will make you feel better, or it might when the rejection letters start coming in. It also might be a way to get your foot in the door of theatres who could someday produce your longer plays. Or it might just distract you from writing full length plays. This is okay if your goal is to write 10 min plays. Look at David Ives. Although don’t look too hard. He’s writing full lengths now and musicals and it’s harder than ever to gain his sort of notoriety by writing exclusively short plays. If you can’t write a 10 min play, don’t worry about that either. At some point, someone will ask you for a short play. You can just tell them no.

12. To MFA or not is a difficult decision. If you go to school for playwriting, I suggest you go to one of the ones that is free or cheap. Talk to the people who have gone there before you. Did they feel mentored or were they ignored? Did they like the program? Did they get connections from their time there? Were they able to see their plays produced at the school? Are the teachers there well known? Are they good teachers? Do you personally like their work? Are alums of the school doing well?

13. Be patient. It’s going to take a long time.

14. Do what is best for your work but be nice to people. Pick your fights. Don’t be a dick. Theatre is a really small world and word gets around. So does karma. (possibly)

15. If you like working with an actor or a director, see if you can work with them again and maybe again and again and again. Write for actors you like.

16. Write about what scares you. Write about what makes you mad. Try not to write things you don’t have a connection to. Write what you want to see on the stage. Separately, think about someday writing a big important play. Try not to attempt it until you know how to write plays, but maybe your big important play about something you care about will be the way to go one day.

NOTE: Some of this advice was given to me over the years by smart people, but I don’t really remember who said what, so you should just do it. It’s good advice, most of it. There are other things to do too, probably. Also, this is advice for starting out. You might do different things after you playwright a while. Remember that everyone has their own path. These might not all be helpful for you. So find what works for you. Good luck!

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Simon Crowe said...

Where can you get a free playwriting MFA? Great post.

Ruben Carbajal said...

Wonderful post. If only I'd of come across something as wise and straightforward when I was starting out! See you at the reading!

Marissa said...

Thanks so much for this post. A combination of advice that I've heard before but always bears repeating; plus new tips that I really ought to consider. And even a bit of reassurance: I'm relieved to know that my inability to write a 10-minute play does not necessarily spell doom for me as a playwright!

Following up on Simon's comment, I believe Brown's MFA is free--is that still true? Where else? (I am planning to go for my playwriting MFA in a few years; I graduated from college last spring.)

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How do you feel about submission fees? Do you recommend that writers pay them?

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Wonderful post. I've seen #14 come true again and again and again and again and again. It's so true. Don't be a jerk or a prima donna. It will come back to haunt you.

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Adam said...

Thanks, Guys. One I forgot to say--join a writing group or failing that, start one.

Simon, as Marissa says, Brown. Also UT Austin, Yale perhaps, Juilliard (although a non MFA program) There might be others. Then there are cheap ones.

Thanks, Ruben.

I pay fees only to O'Neill and Sundance and I do that somewhat angrily. (This year not at all.) I don't believe fees are in the writer's best interest.

Toni--subtext. I often write exactly what the character is thinking. Although, for me, it's part of a sort of stylized style I'm working with.

Adam said...

Anonymous, what am I looking for? Yeah, Chicago has a lot of theatre too. Are you saying it has more than New York? Because I don't think that's true. And as for large theatres, nyc has a huge off-broadway scene, not to mention broadway. I mean for big theatres Chicago has Steppenwolf, Victory Gardens, Goodman and Looking Glass. That's great and I hear it's an amazing place and a thriving theatre scene. But nyc has at least 3 times that many off broadway theatres, probably more like 5 times, not to mention commercial producers and broadway. And lots and lots of indie theatre too, some of it very good.

Malachy said...

Your point about bigger houses noted, I think Chicago does actually have more theatre than NY.

But that doesn't change the truth in your post. It's a great post. (And those who argue about this "How many theatres" detail are grinding some other axe.)

Thanks.

RLewis said...

Adam, this is much better done coming from You than just cut/pasting what some other playwright wrote and posting that without comment as done in your past. Thanks.

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oh, and so is math, apparrently.

TD said...

Thank you, Adam--this is a really helpful post!

Patrick Gabridge said...

Great post, Adam. I definitely wish there'd been a list like that floating around 20 years ago when I got started.

Mark Harvey Levine said...

Good stuff, Adam! Yeah, definitely add "join or start a writing group". But this should be required reading...

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I like this a lot.

Claudia Haas said...

Very good post. Getting to know theatres is invaluable. Finding out a decade later that you have "friends" in higher places than when you started doesn't hurt!

Stacy said...

Thanks for this, Adam. Here's something I've been curious about lately. How "done" do you think a play should be before it's appropriate to send it for consideration to development conferences and residencies. One draft away from being done? Or do you think it's okay to send a second or third draft with problems that you'd like to work on in that environment?

Adam said...

Thanks, all. Stacy, I may not be the best person to answer this question because I have a lot of development I've set up myself or more recently, had people set up for me. I only send stuff to these places when it is already ready, and even then I often don't send unless it's high profile. And truthfully, I haven't gotten into many of the ones I applied to. I have been finalists and semi finalists but usually I do most of my development work near where I live.

It's a hard question to answer. An insider at one of these places told me once that they have rejected plays they considered ready and not needing development. On the other hand, at another place, a playwright that went told me that none of the plays there needed work and really that was the only kind of play that gets in--those that are not in need of development. That way, the place can claim credit for the plays later regardless.

Development is sometimes a sort of lie. If your play is pretty much the way you want it, but want to make relationships, you might apply even though it may not be super helpful. Then you have to pretend if you get in that you're learning a lot.

So for these reasons, I haven't been applying to a lot of these things, although I did recently send a play I do want to work on to a couple of places. I'm also doing my own work on it though so by the time they say yes or no, I will have a new draft and maybe a new new draft. Will it need development then? I guess the answer is maybe.

Patrick Gabridge said...

I think Stacy raises a great question, and one I'm trying to figure out for myself at the moment because I have a new play that I actually want to develop through a development workshop process. With the state it's in, there's no point sending it places that really want polished work and it's just an excuse to make contacts. Figuring out which ones are which is the tricky part.

Stacy said...

A conundrum indeed. Thanks for your insight, Adam.

malachy said...

Can't tell you how many times I've been to a festival devoted to "development" to see work that didn't need development at all, but would've benefited from a production.

Of course, how many times have we seen plays produced that should've spent more time in the workshop?

You just can't win.

Work should always be worked on. But there's clearly no formula that works for all.

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mbh said...

Although these were written about screenplays (by Billy Wilder), they apply also to playwrights (beginning and award-winners).

Nice post Adam.

1. The audience is fickle.
2. Grab ‘em by the throat and never let ‘em go.
3. Develop a clean line of action for your leading character.
4. Know where you’re going.
5. The more subtle and elegant you are in hiding your plot points, the better you are as a writer.
6. If you have a problem with the third act, the real problem is in the first act.
7. A tip from Lubitsch: Let the audience add up two plus two. They’ll love you forever.
8. In doing voice-overs, be careful not to describe what the audience already sees. Add to what they’re seeing.
9. The event that occurs at the second act curtain triggers the end of the movie.
10. The third act must build, build, build in tempo and action until the last event, and then—that’s it. Don’t hang around.

Blair said...

Adam,

Love the post and love the blog-- just found it linked to Mark Armstrong's blog. I hope your workshop goes well-- My wife, Courtney Baron, wrote a play produced at MCC where "the heart is the size of your fist" was a big theme. We were charmed to see the poster image of your play.

All best,

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Adam said...

Hi Blair, I'm sorry I missed your wife's play. (And yours too.) I heard great things on both counts. See you around MCC perhaps.

Adam said...

PS thanks mbh

Lindsay Price said...

Adam, this is some practical, realistic and yet hopeful advice. That's a great combo. It makes stepping in to this world manageable without being paint by numbers. If that makes sense....

Adam said...

Thanks, Lindsay. You think it's hopeful? I'm not sure I feel it's hopeful.

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Adam, this was truly a helpful post and I was glad to mention it. I found it by way of Parabasis.

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