Commission & Royalty Rates
Professional Rights Contracts
Caroline uses the standard PGC contracts with a standard 10% fee.
Amateur Rights Contracts
If you are a community or amateur group seeking the right to perform a play by a Canadian playwright, please review the information below regarding performance rights and royalties.
If you wish to apply for Amateur/Education Performance Rights, please use our online form:
Although we try to accommodate all requests as soon as possible, it can take up to two weeks to process your request for amateur performance rights. You will be notified by email regarding the status of your application. You MUST apply for performance rights before you start rehearsals.
Infringement of copyright is illegal. It is an infringement of copyright to give a public performance or reading of any play, either in its entirety or in excerpts without prior written consent.
It is also an infringement of copyright to copy all or part of any play by any means of reproduction. Rights for professional productions are obtained through the author or their designated agent; contact Playwrights Guild of Canada for up-to-date agent information. Professional contracts that have been negotiated between the Playwrights Guild of Canada and the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres should be used by all PGC members when being produced in a PACT Theatre. Information about, or actual rights for amateur performances may be obtained through the Playwrights Guild of Canada. The standard rates are:
- $100 for the first performance
- $85 for each subsequent performance
- $85 for the first performance $70 for each subsequent performance
Caroline is available to write plays for corporate gatherings, interpretation shows, teaching scenarios and entertainment.
For rates please contact the playwright.
Past clients include:
“Thank you, Caroline for your powerful words. Your works allows the poignant story of a life to be shared with many. You play has given me insight. With its presentation in two languages the work provides the opportunity to broaden the cultural dialogue here in Calgary.”