Pacific Playwrights Festival Panel Why This Play, Now? at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa—Sunday 28 April 2013
Julie Marie Myatt is the Playwright-in-Residence at South Coast Repertory through the National Playwright Residency Program, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Find out more about her residency experience here and learn about the impact of the program at large here.
- Carla Ching (Fast Company)
- Noah Haidle (Smokefall)
- Michael Hollinger (Hope and Gravity)
- Zoe Kazan (Trudy and Max in Love)
- Gregory S Moss (Reunion)
About the Pacific Playwrights Festival:
The 2013 Pacific Playwrights Festival takes place April 26 – 28 and features two fully-staged world premieres (Noah Haidle’s Smokefall and Beau Willimon’s The Parisian Woman) and five staged readings (Zoe Kazan’s Trudy and Max in Love (Or That Forever Feeling), Michael Hollinger’s Hope and Gravity, Carla Ching’s Fast Company, Gregory S Moss’ Reunion, and Jordan Harrison’s Marjorie Prime).
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