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A Letter from 2017 P73 Playwriting Fellow John J. Caswell, Jr.:

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When Page 73 called to tell me I’d been chosen as the 2017 P73 Fellow, I sent them straight to voicemail.

In my defense, I was sitting in the Flushing unemployment office waiting for my required “career counseling” meeting to keep my benefits intact when the phone rang. Shortly after, I remembered that the number had left a voicemail and called back in a joyful panic. After 10 years of self-producing my own plays, an amazing organization and new artistic family was prepared to usher me forward. I immediately felt so much less alone.

Read the rest of John's letter.

Page Turners

Page 73's Inner Circle

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.

Come celebrate with a welcoming community of like-minded people and meet your next favorite playwrights.

Welcome to the Page 73 family!

Page Seventy-Three Productions Inc., DBA Page 73 Productions, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized in the State of New York. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.


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For further information about supporting Page 73, please write to jenny@page73.org.

We thank you for your interest and support. Every dollar we receive goes a long way towards providing valuable resources to the early-career playwrights 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.

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