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Welcome to the home of the League of Professional Theatre Women. Here you will find information about the programs we offer, the awards we give, the history of our organization, the membership process and how you can support the work of the League of Professional Theatre Women.

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    2017 LPTW Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award


    October 23
    10:00 am - 8:30 pm

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    ALL-DAY IMMERSION IN ADELHEID ROOSEN’S WORK & LEGACY Co-Presented with the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center at the Graduate Center/CUNY 365 Fifth Avenue (between 34th & 35th Streets) R.S.V.P. to all FREE events at Segal Center: Read More »

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    Oral History: 11 Time Tony Award-Winning Producer Daryl Roth Interviewed by Drama Critic Linda Winer


    November 6
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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    LPTW Oral History Presents:  11 Time Tony Award-Winning Producer Daryl Roth Interviewed by Award-Winning Drama Critic Linda Winer Daryl Roth holds the singular distinction of producing seven Pulitzer Prize-Winning plays and currently serves as the Read More »

  • Opening for a Chair Position at Purdue University Theatre

    This listing came from Purdue University’s Website Here. Position Chair of the Department of Theatre, tenured position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor; 12-month contract, 3-year term/renewable as chair; appointment begins July 1, 2018. Read More »

  • LPTW Member Casting for Village, My Home

    LPTW member Marcina Zaccaria is searching for actors immediately for a Summer project.  Casting the Old Woman and other roles this week.  Details are below. To apply, please email:    CHARACTER BREAKDOWN: Old Woman, 60s – Read More »

  • Musical Theatre Development Lab at 92nd St Y – Accepting Applications!

    Musical Theatre Development Lab (MTDL) is a program devised and directed by Megan Doyle for the 92nd Street Y, and is the umbrella for intersectional opportunities for artists. The Collective supports up to 10 emerging Read More »

  • LPTW Advocacy Action of the Month: Show Your Support for the NEA

    As promised in the President’s “skinny budget” released in March, the Administration’s detailed budget proposal released today begins the process of shutting down the National Endowment for the Arts. To that end, the Administration’s FY18 Read More »