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The Why of Theatre
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The Why of Theatre

a Playwriting Class

9 July 2018

Playwright Lauren M. Gunderson add to her video series "Why Theatre?" by discussing why theatre still matters in the age of filmed storytelling.

The New Playwright Problem
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The New Playwright Problem

16 November 2015

Independent producer Natalie Gershtein considers the playwright-producer relationship. Where she once thought that playwrights were waiting and hoping for a first production, she now comes across playwrights who want to hold out for a larger company.

From Submission to Searching
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From Submission to Searching

A Paradigm Shift in Connecting Plays and Producers

23 February 2012
Howlround's New Play Map.
Rewriting the Script
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Rewriting the Script

Mapping the Development of New Plays in America

15 February 2013

Jamie Gahlon examines The New Play Map, and how it can help us rewrite the trajectory of new plays and new play development in the U.S.

The new play map.
Playwrights, Rewrites, Multiple Productions
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Playwrights, Rewrites, Multiple Productions

I and You

9 August 2014

The Playwrights, Rewrites, Multiple Productions Series is a weekly series of interviews examining the process of developing a new play through a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere as a part of their Continued Life of New Plays Fund. The series is curated by Thea Rodgers and Emma Weisberg. Visualizations are from HowlRound's community-powered New Play Map.

Networks and New Works
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Networks and New Works

NNPN Turns Twenty

16 January 2018

On the twentieth anniversary of its founding, Nan Barnett reflects on the National New Play Network’s growth, and discusses the organization’s impact.

World Theatre Map
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World Theatre Map

Open Development Update # 1

1 February 2016

The HowlRound community is designing and building the World Theatre Map. Track its progress and participate in its design and development.

A map of the united states with nodes all over the country
Interview with Jason Loewith
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Interview with Jason Loewith

8 July 2011

Dramaturg Margot Melcon interviews Jason Loewith about the new play development sector, and opportunities theatres can take advantage of.

Smartphone Plays
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Smartphone Plays

a New Theatrical Genre

6 May 2015

Erin Mee discusses the emerging genre of smartphone plays.

Howlround's New Play Map.
Building the New Play Map Version 3.0
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Building the New Play Map Version 3.0

Update # 4

9 July 2012

The last update before the official launch of New Play Map Version 3

The New Play Map Scavenger Hunt on Facebook Starts Now! Become a Beta Tester This Week Only
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The New Play Map Scavenger Hunt on Facebook Starts Now! Become a Beta Tester This Week Only

15 October 2012

Vijay challenges you to help beta test the latest Map iteration!

Howlround's New Play Map.
Building the New Play Map Version 3.0
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Building the New Play Map Version 3.0

Update # 1

11 April 2012

Next iteration of the New Play Map is coming along!  We are updating it with the current mapping system to make the process quick and easy to use. 

Howlround's new play map.
Building the New Play Map Version 3.0
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Building the New Play Map Version 3.0

Update # 2

16 April 2012

The next big jump for the new play map is the ability to control the look of a new play’s journey.

 

The New Play Map.
Playwrights, Rewrites, Multiple Productions
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Playwrights, Rewrites, Multiple Productions

Se Llama Cristina

16 August 2014

The Playwrights, Rewrites, Multiple Productions Series is a weekly series of interviews examining the process of developing a new play through a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere as a part of their Continued Life of New Plays Fund. The series is produced by Thea Rodgers and Emma Weisberg. Visualizations are from HowlRound's community-powered New Play Map.

a drawing of a building on fire
Playing Around with Nineteenth-Century Theatre in Dr. Robert Davis’s Broadway: 1849
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Playing Around with Nineteenth-Century Theatre in Dr. Robert Davis’s Broadway: 1849

Theatre History Podcast #65

25 July 2018

Could you make it as the manager of a New York City theatre in the 1840s? That's the question that Dr. Robert Davis's game and app Broadway:1849 poses to players. Robert joins us to talk about the rough-and-tumble world of New York's antebellum theatre.