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Free shows for free

If you have a free show coming up anywhere in the US, let us know and we'll post it here for free.

Exchange-system advertising

If you want to post something to the NYCPlaywrights web site that is not a call for submissions - for instance, a notice about an upcoming theater production - you might consider an exchange with NYCPlaywrights - you offer a special production discount code and/or a quantity of free tickets for the production in exchange for us posting your show information on the NYCPlaywrights blog. The posting will be visible on the NYCPlaywrights home page for 1 - 2 weeks, after which it will be available in the monthly archives listed at the bottom of the page.

$15 blog post

NYCPlaywrights will run other theatre-related postings - upcoming staged readings, notices for upcoming publications of scripts, etc. for a fee of $15. The posting will be visible on the NYCPlaywrights home page for 1 - 2 weeks after which it will be available in the monthly archives listed at the bottom of the page.

There is a limit of 500 words for this blog post.

The blog post will be seen by about 550+ NYCPlaywrights site visitors per day.

See more NYCPlaywrights web site statistics here.

$25 weekly email ad blast

You can run a text-only ad in the weekly NYCPlaywrights email blast sent to the NYCPlaywrights mailing list. It will appear just above the Playwrights Opportunities section.

Members of the NYCPlaywrights mailing list receive weekly updates on playwrights submission opportunities, discount ticket offers, and other theatre-related information. The NYCPlaywrights mailing list has 2240+ members as of July 2015, with an average of 12 new members signing up per week.

The email blast is sent every Saturday at around 5PM.

Sign up for the mailing list here.

The charge is $25 per week. There is a maximum of 100 words for this ad. Additional words will result in a charge of .25 per extra word.

SAMPLE AD:

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Joe’s Theatre presents the smash hit of the season: WACKNESS by I.M. Ascribe. Why do the twins Fran and Stan keep seeing their friend Hank on the street when Hank has been dead for ten years??? Is it a drug flashback? Insanity? Doppelganger? Join Joe’s Theatre in New York for this exploration of the inexplicable. Opens November 23. For tickets please go to TICKETWOW.COM/WACKNESS.

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BANNER ADS

Banner ads may be purchased on a daily or monthly basis. Ad art services are also available. The banner ads run either on the right-hand side of the NYCPlaywrights web site, or along the top.

RATES
  • SMALL SIDE BANNER
    300 px wide x 65 px high
    $35 for 30 days
    $2.50 per day
  • MEDIUM SIDE BANNER
    300 px wide x 125 px high
    $75 for 30 days
    $3.50 per day
  • LARGE SIDE BANNER
    300 px wide x 250 px high
    $125 for 30 days
    $5.00/day
  • TOP BANNER
    Top Banner Ad - placed just below the page tabs
    (home, about, mailing list, etc.)

    950 px wide x 50 px high
    $350 for 30 days
    $15 per day


DEMOGRAPHICS

To see live, up-to-the-minute statistics for NYCPlaywrights visitors go to NYCPlaywrights2011 on Sitemeter.

A survey of web site visitors in April 2012 asked how they saw themselves. This was multiple choice so the results do not add up to 100%:

Playwright: 94%
Actor: 24%
Director: 18%
Stage manager:3%
Designer: 2%
Theatre Lover: 23%
Other: 5%

As of August 2015, the NYCPlaywrights web site receives 17,500 visitors and 5600+ unique visitors per month from around the world, although primarily from the United States.

Top cities visited-from, August 2014 - July 2015
  1. New York, NY, USA 
  2. Los Angeles, CA , USA 
  3. Chicago, IL, USA
  4. Portland, OR, USA
  5. Seattle, WA, USA
  6. Philadelphia, PA , USA
  7. San Francisco, CA, USA
  8. Toronto, ON, CANADA
  9. Richmond, VA, USA
  10. Austin, TX, USA

Top countries visited-from, August 2014 - July 2015
  1. United States  
  2. Canada 
  3. United Kingdom 
  4. Australia 
  5. Israel
  6. India
  7. Mexico
  8. Brazil
  9. New Zealand
  10. France