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From Scarcity to Abundance
A Truly Abundant Moment for the New Play Sector
In this installment of the series From Scarcity to Abundance: Capturing the Moment for the New Work Sector, P. Carl connects the abundance of new plays with the need to embrace diversity in the theatre.
Interview with Martha Lavey
Playwright Bruce Norris interviews Martha Lavey, Artistic Director of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, on how taste, talent, and bias influences her artistic descision-making.
The Bounty of Big Institutions and the Glory of Grass Roots
Playwright Lisa D'Amour considers the inherent differences between big institutions and grassroots theatres, and the possibilities that could arise were the two to collaborate.
It’s Not All About Me
Playwright Chinaka Hodge recounts her experiences producing her first play and how the collaboration process supported and enhanced the growth of her play.
Confessions, Contradictions, Beauty
P. Carl reveals his personal journey with theatre through the lens of confessions, contradictions, and beauty.
A Lover's Guide to American Playwrights
Todd London celebrates Horton Foote's body of work and the impact of memories on both his plays and his life.
Interview with Maria Striar
Andy Bragen talks with Clubbed Thumb co-founder Maria Striar on her experience as a theatre administrator commissioning and producing new works.
Writing About Myself
Playwright Dan O'Brien discusses the intersection between the personal and the political, and his findings which indicate that the most compelling stories come from the lives of others.