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A PIP is a printed book that sustains the life of the run of the production after the final curtain has fallen.

What’s Inside a PIP?

  • Manuscript of Play
  • Copyright Page of PIP
  • Title Page
  • Table of Contents
  • About Theater
  • Playwright Bio
  • Director Bio
  • Cast Bios (optional)

Insights into the Production:

  • From the Playwright
  • From the Director
  • From the Artistic Director
  • From the Designers
  • Cast Photos (optional)

Questions about PIP? Please contact Carol at carolb@smithandkraus.com

Why Buy a PIP?

  • Theatres need a way to provide audience members with a printed companion to their experience.
  • The production can live-on, on the bookshelves of supporters, of audience members and of libraries—after the cast has taken its final bow and the final curtain has come down
  • The PIP edition of your production will remain in digital form, ready for print-on-demand, or electronic download, at In An Hour Books.

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PIP Productions In Print

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Theatre
Play
Playwright
Agent
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Roundabout Theatre CompanyBad JewsJoshua HarmonTo License:
Scott Chaloff
schaloff@wmeentertainment.com
McCarter TheatreVanya & Sonya & Masha & SpikeChristopher DurangTo License:
Patrick Herold
pherold@icmtalent.com
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Playwrights HorizonsThe Curious Case of
the Watson Intelligence
Madeleine GeorgeMore Information
Roundabout Theatre CompanyToo Much, Too Much, Too ManyMeghan KennedyTo License:
Jonathan Mills
jmills@paradigmagency.com
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Playwrights HorizonsThe WhaleSamuel D. HunterTo License:
Derek Zasky
dzasky@wmentertainment.com
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Playwrights HorizonsThe Patron Saint of Sea MonstersMarlane MeyerTo License:
jmills@paradigmagency.com
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NonePatron SaintAgent
Dorset Theatre FestivalThe NovelistTheresa RebeckTo License:
glane@caa.com
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Shakespeare Theater Co.The Liar by Pierre CoronelleAdapted by David IvesTo License:
Peter Hagan
peter.hagan@abramsartny.com
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Playwrights HorizonsThe FlickAnnie BakerTo License:
Chris Till
ctill@caa.com
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The_Convert McCarter Theatre/Goodman
Theatre/Center Theatre Group
The ConvertDanai GuriraTo License:
Mark Subias
subiasm@unitedtalent.com
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Playwrights HorizonsThe CallTanya BurfieldTo License:
Seth Glewen
sglewen@gershny.com
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Playwrights HorizonsA Small FireAdam BockTo License:
Val Day
vday@icmpartners.com
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On BroadwaySeminarTheresa RebeckTo License:
Chris Till
ctill@caa.com
New Jersey Repertory TheatreSaving KittyMarisa SmithTo License:
Peregrine Whittlesey
pwwagy@aol.com
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Studio TheatreRed SpeedoLucas HnathLucas Hnath To License:
Val Day
vday@icmpartners.com
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Playwrights HorizonsRapture, Blister, BurnGina GionfriddoTo License:
Jason Cooper
jcooper@caa.com
McCarter TheatrePhaedra BackwardsMarina CarrTo License:
Lleah Schmidt, The Agency Ltd.
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University of Delaware TheaterO BeautifulTheresa RebeckTo License:
Chris Till
ctill@caa.com
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Playwrights HorizonsMr. BurnsAnne WashburnMore Information
Playwrights HorizonsMilk and SugarKirsten GreenidgeTo License:
Mark Orsini
morsini@bretadamsltd.net
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Salve Regina UniversityA Midsummer Night’s DreamShakespeare
Playwrights HorizonsMaple and VineJordan HarrisonTo License:More Information
The Studio TheatreLungsDuncan MacMillanTo License:
Jessica Amato
jamato@gershny.com
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Circle in the SquareLombardiEric SimonsonTo License:
Chris Till
ctill@caa.com
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Playwrights HorizonsKinBathsheba DoranTo License:
subiasm@unitedtalent.com
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McCarter TheatreThe How and the WhySarah TreemTo License:
Mark Subias
subiasm@unitedtalent.com
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Company OneGrimmMore Information
Playwrights HorizonsThe Great God PanAmy HerzogTo License:
jbuzzetti@wma.com
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Playwrights HorizonsGo Back to Where You AreDavid GreenspanTo License:
jboals@judyboalsinc.com
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The Studio TheatreDirtBryony LaveryTo License:
Val Day
vday@icmpartners.com
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Playwrights HorizonsDetroitLisa D’AmourTo License:
aoegel@aoegelinternational.com
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NoneDead AccountsTheresa RebeckTo License:
Chris Till
ctill@caa.com
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Playwrights HorizonsCompletenessItamar MosesTo License:
Mark Subias
subiasm@unitedtalent.com
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Playwrights HorizonsClybourne ParkBruce NorrisTo License:
Mary Harden
maryharden@hardencutis.com
Alabama Shakespeare FestivalBear CountryMichael VigilantTo License:
Michael Vigilant
Playwrights HorizonsAssistanceLeslye HeadlandTo License:
Corinne Hayoun
chayoun@caa.com
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McCarter TheatreAre You There, McPhee?John GuareTo License:
Patrick Herold
pherold@icmtalent.com
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Playwrights HorizonsAfter the RevolutionAmy HerzogTo License:
McCarter TheatreA Christmas CarolTranslated by Davd ThompsonTo License:
Peter Hagan
peter.hagan@abramsartny.com
Stage KissSarah RuhlTo License:
Bruce Ostler
bostler@bretadamsltd.net
Playwrights HorizonsThe Big MealDan LeFranc
Shakespeare Theater Co.The Heir ApparentDavid Ives
NoneThe Pixilated ManPhilip Rieschick
Playwrights HorizonsYour Mother’s Copy of the Kama SutraKirk LynnAgent
Roundabout Theatre CompanyProspect High: BrooklynDaniel Robert Sullivan, Chanique Peart, Paul Stoll, Aaliyah Stewart, Deshaye Tingling, Amanda Rodriguez, Isaiah Latimer, Jaylin Acosta, Shannon Deep, Rebecca Powell, Brandy Brown, Azaria Guthrie, Rachel FriedmanDaniel Robert Sullivan, daniels@roundabouttheatre.org
Vermont Stage CompanyTen Years of Winter TalesVermont Stage Company, 110 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401 ATTN: Christina Alicea
Roundabout Theatre CompanyLittle Children Dream of GodJeff AugustinMark Orsini, Bret Adams, Ltd., 212.765.5630
9781575258232Shakespeare Theatre Comp;anyThe David Ives Trilogyadapted by David IvesDramatists Play Service
9781575258225Shakespeare Theatre CompanyThe Metromaniacsadapted by David IvesDramatists Play Service
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