The play does not always start at the beginning. Sometimes the first scene you write ends up in the middle of the play. This happens because when I write, I’m really channeling the voices of my characters.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright talks about developing a play at the Public Theater, connecting past and present, and what she appreciates in an actor.
The author of Atlantic Theater Company’s “I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard” shares her insights on the oh-so-difficult writing process.
If you're 19 or younger, the Blank Theatre will consider your play for its upcoming Young Playwrights Festival. Winning plays will be presented for a weekend run at Hollywood's Stella Adler Theatre in June.
The playwright has teamed up again with director John Rando for an evening of whimsical one-acts in NYC that pose a dizzying number of challenges for actors.
Regina Taylor, the playwright-director behind the Goodman Theatre’s “stop. reset.” has set out to question the way technology shapes our lives and identities today.
Time to dust off your old manuscript. Los Angeles' Brimmer Street Theatre Company opened the window for submissions to its play development program.