I am a dropped member. Do I have to complete another application in order to reinstate my membership?
You do not. In most cases, if you were a member of the Dramatists Guild in the past, we have your record on file. However, while you do not need to submit an entirely new application, we do ask that you please fill out a Reinstatement Form
In the rare case where we cannot locate your previous membership file, you may be asked to submit additional information.
How do I reinstate my membership?
After completing a Reinstatement Form, you will be taken through the process of finalizing your reinstatement. To fully reinstate your membership, please visit our Pay Member Dues page and submit your dues payment. You can choose between a one time ...
What is Lifetime Membership?
Lifetime membership is a benefit we are offering our loyal members over the age of 65 and have been a member for at least 5 consecutive years. Essentially, it is a free membership. All of your benefits would be exactly the same, with the only ...
If my membership has expired for a period of time, do I have to pay back dues in order to rejoin?
If you were not an active member of the Guild prior to February 2018, you do not have to pay reinstatement fees. However, if you received a drop letter after February 2018, then you may incur a fee to rejoin. If you wish to reinstate your membership, ...
How do I pay my Membership Dues?
There are 3 ways that you can pay your dues: First, you can pay online. To pay online, login to your Dramatists Guild member account and go to the Membership Dashboard. Click on 'My Membership' and locate "Pay Dues.' You can also go to the Members ...
What are my obligations as a Dramatists Guild member?
When you join the Dramatists Guild of America, you are joining a voluntary membership association, not a labor union. As such, no one is required to join the Guild in order to have a work produced, and no one is entitled to be a Guild member, ...