The Ritual of What to Send Up When it Goes Down
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The 2020 Under the Radar Festival Professional Symposium
Livestreaming Performance of GUILT,Y
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Losing My Insomnia
Playwright Gwydion Suilebhan discovered that his insomia created oppertunity to get writing done, but as his schedule changes he wonders how his writing will be affected.
A Lover’s Guide to American Playwrights
Todd London's series of tributes to American playwrights continues.
The Gaming Challenge to Theater for Young Audiences
Playwright John Olive looks at what theatre for young audiences (TYA) can learn from video games.
The Bill of Rights for Dramaturgs
Dramaturg Julie Felise Dubiner, rewrites all of America's constitutional amendments for the world of new play development.
Riding the Hype Cycle
Dissecting his playwriting process and the self-criticism that goes with it, Chuck O'Connor offers the "Gartner Hype Cycle" as an antidote for creative angst.
Social Skills and the Theater
P. Carl describes the social traps that befall those who work in non-profit theater, and advocates for the introduction of more breathing and thinking time into insitutions.
Interview with Steve Epp
Playwright Cory Hinkle interviews Steve Epp to discuss his process devising performances which are often rooted in an exploration of history.
The Zen of Llamaturgy
Liz Engelman has turned to nature and the outdoors for inspiration and respite, finding joy and greater authenticity in her dramaturgical work.
Grad School Admissions
Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda?
Why is it that we who wish to write the next wave of American theatrical masterpieces are so desperate to get into grad school?
Prayer for a Bad Performance
A poem on being the perfect audience.