Places to Post About Your Plays

In the past the Playwright’s Forum maintained a web portal for members to post a personal profile listing information about their plays. We found that very few members kept the information up to date and that writer’s personal websites got better traffic on search engines. Now we recommend that our member playwrights create simple websites or take advantage of other sites that offer the ability to maintain a list of plays.

If you’d like to post public information about yourself and your work, there are some great free options.


Doollee – A very comprehensive database of plays in English that any playwright can post to.

New Play Database – (still in development) – Will provide a searchable database of contemporary writing for the theater.

New Play Map – A project of Theatre Commons that allows contemporary writers to post when they write new plays or when one of their recent works receives a production.

Play Database – A large, searchable database of plays available for production.

Build a Simple, Free Website – Offers anyone the opportunity to create a simple, free and easy-to-maintain website and has lots of tools to help you figure out the process.

Tumblr – Many people use Tumblr as a simple alternative to a formal website. You can post about yourself and your work.

Google Sites – If you have a Google and/or Gmail account, you can use Google to build a free and simple website.

Webnode – Helps you build free, simple websites.

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