Manhattan Rep's

How you can have your play produced in NEW YORK CITY!

So this is an idea that we have been kicking around for some time, but now that we have settled in to our new Theatre space on 45th Street, we are making  it possible for anyone with a good play, and for a nominal fee, to have their play produced at Manhattan Rep.  We supply the director, the cast, the rehearsal space, set and props, and we bring your  play to life in Midtown Manhattan where one can invite friends, family, producers and literary agents to come and see it.  And it doesn't cost an arm and a leg!

10 Minute Plays, 11-20 Minute Plays, 21-35 minute Plays

Fully produced for you

 2 performances minimum! 

Full-Length Plays up to 120 minutes - Fully produced for you!  

3 to 8 performances!


Every actor should have their own 1 person play.  A compelling, exciting  show that one can present again and again and again whenever one needs to connect with agents or casting directors, or simply whenever one needs to get up on the stage and share their craft.  

Having a well produced, simple, one person show should be in every actor's casting toolkit.

Here is an easy and exciting way to make this happen:
 Our Write, Rehearse and Perform Your Own Solo Show Play Production Program!


Jen Pierro in The Match Game

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