So you've written a full-length script.
You want it to be produced by a theater/film company.
What should you do first?
1) Sent your script to production companies and/or submit it writing competitions.
2) Send it to a dramaturg who will give you a detailed script analysis that will help you fully realize your vision for your script.
If you wanted to pick #2, but you are wondering "What is a dramaturg?", here are some responses from dramaturges:
"Dramaturges are expert in 1) thematic structure, 2) contextualizing dramatic work and 3) helping the writer get from page-to-production."
"We help the writer find their own context...give them space to 'bleed out' beyond what they envisioned to answered questions that may come up in to the mind of the person considering the script for production and/or in the rehearsal room."
To learn more about how a dramaturg can take your script to the next level, click here to check out our "bluelightseries artist chat with dramaturges Sergei Burbank, Taylor Barfield and Arminda Thomas.