I know there were some other authors who visit this message board who have (had) plays posted there, because this is where I learned Production Scripts existed. They have been going through a "website rebuilding" for quite some time. On some links to it, there is a message indicating it may be returning under new ownership.
As late as June of this year, I had inquired to them about a royalty payment that I had not received, and they quickly had corrected the problem for me and gotten my money to me. I also had a problem with my profile photo last month, and they fixed it for me, so they were business-as-usual until very recently.
Then I checked them out yesterday and like Keyser Soze, they were gone. It is a shame, they provided a nice service for plays that maybe aren't quite good enough for well-known publishers but might be good enough to be produced somewhere.
One of my children's plays, Crimes And Rhymes, was rejected by a couple publishers. Then I put it up on Production Scripts and it was very popular and received quite a few productions. That let me know that the play had market value, so I was encouraged to try more publishers, and finally one liked it and published it.
One of my short plays has the same kind of story -- no love from mainstream publishers, but very popular on Production Scripts, so I continued to shop it around, and now it has won a couple contests. Were it not for its popularity on Production Scripts, I would have given up on it.
Then there are some other plays I put up there that have gotten virtually no attention, so I have to accept that they are perhaps not as good as I had thought they were. I still love them, but I have to accept that I might be wasting time trying to find a market for them -- time better spent writing new plays.
I hope they're not gone forever -- if anyone knows anything, please, please let me know!