We discover and nurture the best new voices of the American theatre.

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Page 73’s mission is to develop and produce the work of early-career playwrights who have shown a commitment to playwriting as a career but who have yet to receive a professional production in New York City. Page 73 plays an important role in the playwriting community by offering career guidance, financial assistance, and development and production opportunities. Our goal is to move our playwrights’ work toward production, either through Page 73’s own presentation of their professional premieres or by helping our playwrights connect to available opportunities at our colleague theaters. Our developmental programs offer a forum through which playwrights can develop performance-ready drafts, and our productions create rare opportunities for world and New York premieres.

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Amanda Woods, President
Allison Blinken, Vice President
Emily C. Feinstein, Secretary
Asher Richelli, Interim Treasurer
Jake Beinecke
John B. Beinecke
Joshua Buhler
Carson Gleberman
Dr. Qusai Hammouri
Liz Jones
Jennifer Kranz
Dan LeFranc
Martha Mortenson
Braden Rhetts
Pamela Ryckman
Jean Kim Smart
Jeremy Smith

Honorary Board Members

Jonathan Couchman
Daniel Shiffman


Michael Walkup, Artistic Director

Amanda Feldman, Managing Director

Rebecca Yaggy, Director of Development

Kari Olmon, Artistic Associate

Michelle Strauss, Development Associate

Stephanie Carlin, Intern

Gracie García, Intern

Vee Gardineer, Intern


Melanie Hopkins, Business Director

Taylor Williams, Casting

Matt Ross PR, Press

Ann McLaughlin, Grant Manager


Liz Jones, Founding Director

Asher Richelli, Founding Director

Why are we called Page 73?

In 1997, the founders of the temporarily-named RJS Productions were in search of a play for their newly-formed company to produce. Playwright Peter Ackerman submitted a paper copy of his play, The Urn, for all three founders to read. They liked the play, a mystery drama, but felt like something was off; the ending just didn’t add up. They finally realized that the second-to-last page of the script was missing, and of course, the answer to the play’s mystery was on that all-important page: page 73!

"Page 73" became the name of the company because we are here to fill that missing piece in a playwright's journey, and to help each playwright we work with get to their own Page 73!

Work With Us

Page 73 does not currently have any open positions.


Page 73 reads the work of hundreds of playwrights annually through our Development Programs application.

We do not accept unsolicited materials outside of the application process.