A Letter from 2016 Tow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence Caroline V. McGraw:

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I’m writing to you as a Page 73 addict.

Page 73 exists solely to get more early-career playwrights on stages in New York and around the country. And now, more than ever, this commitment to providing a platform for new and diverse voices must continue to thrive.

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In 2016, Page 73 was the company that enabled me to quit my day job and launch one of my most creative and professionally fruitful years ever. They named me their 2016 Tow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence and I focused on developing Ultimate Beauty Bible with resources like workshops, time to revise, and the ability to be fully present at my rehearsals. The result was a beautiful production that I could not be more proud of and the start of a new chapter in my career as a working writer.
I’m extremely honored that Page 73 welcomed me to the ranks of the many successful writers they’ve premiered in New York, including Quiara Alegría Hudes, Samuel D. Hunter, Dan LeFranc, George Brant, Cori Thomas, and Clare Barron, to name a few.
As Page 73’s year and my residency draw to a close, I am writing to personally ask you to support Page 73.
Will you consider making a tax-deductible gift to Page 73 so they can continue to change the lives of playwrights like me?
Caroline V. McGraw
2016 Tow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence
2013 P73 Playwriting Fellow
2013, 2016 Interstate 73 member
2013 Summer Residency participant



Page Turners are Page 73’s most enthusiastic and supportive patrons. By joining Page 73’s Page Turner patron program, you will be part of a dedicated and engaging group of people who share a belief in the mission of Page 73. You’ll have singular opportunities to meet and mingle directly with the next generation of great playwrights before anyone else knows their names. And you’ll see your gift at work with priority access to productions, readings, and workshops, along with other opportunities to celebrate our playwrights’ work.
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Page Seventy-Three Productions Inc., d/b/a Page 73 Productions, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized in the State of New York. We rely heavily on the contributions of individuals to support our programs, and all donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. Contributions can be made via US mail to:
Page 73 Productions
80 Hanson Place, Sixth floor
Brooklyn, NY 11217
For further information about supporting Page 73, please write to info@page73.org. Thank you so much for your interest and support. Every dollar we receive goes a long way towards providing valuable resources to the early-career playwrights that we serve. Page 73 is supported in part by the generosity of The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Alliance of Resident Theatres: New York.