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At, we encourage you to submit a press release for your upcoming show. Unfortunately, many of the press releases we receive are very basic and don't provide more than just the what, where, when and who of the production. In short, they are not really telling a story, or making a compelling pitch. So here's your chance... and some tips on making the most of your press release:

  • Submit your show using the easy form on this page.

  • Follow the prompts as best as you can, but you must fill every question.

  • All submissions should be compelling and offer some reasons as to why audiences would want to see your show.

  • Make sure to provide all the necessary details about your show: all the dates and times at the end of the copy, where the show is presented, cast information, information about your creative team, and any unique angle that might persuade an audience to see your show.

  • Provide a link to your website or ticket service link. Let's make it easy for our readers to learn more about your show.

  • A picture is worth a thousand words! Make sure you choose a professional quality photo that best represents your story. We accept JPG and PNG. 

  • We do not accept anything that looks like an advertisement or banner. If you would like to run such an image, then you will need to advertise with (See below for a link with more information).

  • Not all submissions will be accepted. But if it is accepted, you will receive an email from us with a link to your article

  • If your submission reads more like a press release and less like an article, it will not be published.

  • Some submissions will be edited, all will be reviewed.

  • We do not accept third party reviews.

  • We do not pay for any content, unless we solicit the content.

  • Please provide photo credits and the name of anyone featured in your photo.

  • We will credit photographers, but we do not pay for photo or photo credits.

  • We no longer feature listings or a listings page. Your submission will be listed as an article, and will live on its own page on for up to 2 weeks after your show closes.

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