n. \ˈdra-mə-ˌtər-jē \ The art or technique of dramatic composition and theatrical representation

The Trojan Women by Euripides: An Academic Dramaturgical Packet & Modified Casebook
This project was created as an academic exercise to provide historical and thematic context for a future production of The Trojan Women.

After the Fall by Arthur Miller: A Dramaturgical Packet for the University Theatre Guild's Fall Production
This project was created for use by student directors, technicians, and actors throughout the rehearsal and production process.

Dramaturgs contextualize the world of a play; establish connections among the text, actors, and audience; offer opportunities for playwrights; generate projects and programs; and create conversations about plays in their communities.
— Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas