All tagged female playwrights
In 2006, a lone gunman walked into an Amish school house and opened fire. The Nickel Mines shooting inspired the 2009 play The Amish Project, though the subject feels even more familiar, and relevant, than ever before. Check out this interview with playwright Jessica Dickey about The Amish Project ten years later.
Tabitha Mortiboy shares an insight into writing The Amber Trap.
Monica Dolan discusses writing and performing in her one-woman play, The B*easts.
Read more about Dominique Morisseau's deep connection to the Detroit Public Theatre and how here universal plays shine a light on those of Detroit.
What's the first step to producing SMART PEOPLE by Lydia Diamond? Getting smart.
Playwright Clare Barron discusses the development of BABY SCREAMS MIRACLE and the search for meaningful things in life.
Jack Cannon examines Audrey Cefaly’s gritty reality of the modern South and the universality of the Southern experience.
THE SECRET GARDEN co-authors Lucy Simon and Marsha Norman sat down with stars Rebecca Luker and Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan to look back at the birth of a contemporary classic.
It only takes one small moment to make a large impact. In this beautiful and telling piece, Bathsheba Doran discusses how her journey as a woman, a lesbian and a writer led to her play.
Writers often play with the constraints of time by creating warped worlds. Playwright Adrienne Kennedy does so by taking you into a character's mind. Learn how.
Clare Barron's YOU GOT OLDER. Jennifer Haley's THE NETHER. How do these contrasting plays connect? Three must-know women of the theatre sit down to discuss.
The importance of silence in playwriting is often overlooked by noise.By all means, fill the page with words, but the real work begins in the removal process.