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Amy Dellagiarino 1h
“It’s risky business for a theatre company to stage unknown/new works... In the case of The Value of Moscow (written by Amy Dellagiarino), the risk payed off.” Review: 'The Value of Moscow' at Dark Horse Theatre Company
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Michael Schmid 3h
Love ? Here are some of the places in most associated with the bard, so you can plan your own pilgrimage and celebrate the enduring influence of ’s greatest & :
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Niki Hatzidis 3h
Been trying to get back into the audition game again and noticing that there are still mostly all male or male driven/centric stories. *Sigh* Guess I’ll just keep writing.
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Dave M. Osmundsen 15h
Hey all. I've been working on this piece all semester. Feel free to read. Or not. The full script is up there. As is a sample. I affectionately call it "The Gay Autistic Play." It's actually called "Light Switch." T'anks.
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Angela G Apr 16
Draft 1 of my first full-length play is complete. Now to dissect. Tomorrow I'll chart the energy and power shifts, making sure they flow. Friday, I'll read from each character's POV. P.S. This is what I do while I my
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Rachel Luann Strayer Apr 18
Started my day reading the work of a fellow playwright! I SAID RUN by is a really fun short horror play & I'd recommend checking it out on !
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Franky D. Gonzalez 11h
I find that rejection is as much a part of as writing a play. Success is great, but here's some rejections I've gotten in the last two weeks. Don't despair. This is part of the job. Keep up & on your journey dear
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Harrison Rose Apr 13
The on here is so fiercely supportive it blows my mind a little. ability to build up peers rather than view them as competitors is inspirational. Shame other industries don’t have the same. et all
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Saudade Theatre Apr 18
Join us on May 13 for an evening of short readings from Mickaël’s various works, including some pieces that have been translated to English for the first time exclusively for this event.
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A Greedy Ear Apr 17
Open Call for Playwrights to provide an expression of interest and a brief modus operandi or outline of an approach toward writing for the medium of New Audio Theatre:
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Tuirenn Hurstfield 8h
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Steve Martin 22h
"Playwright" now autofills when I use it in a hashtag on Twitter. I'm really pleased about that. :)
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POWERLibrary Apr 18
Playwright, screenwriter, and director John Patrick Shanley is born 1950. DYK Shanley first gained national attention with the 1987 film Moonstruck? Learn more about his life and works in Contemporary Authors!
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Shagufta Hussein 21h
Act II, Scene 4 painting :Ophelia by Marcus Stone   “Doubt thou the stars are fire,   Doubt that the sun doth move,   Doubt truth to be a liar,   But never doubt I love.
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Rachel Luann Strayer Apr 17
I LOVE the look of handmade leather journals, but I NEED LINED PAPER. Am I alone in this?
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Shagufta Hussein Apr 17
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M E G • T U R N E R 7h
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Christina Browne Apr 18
A beautiful afternoon learning about George Bernard Shaw ✍🏼
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Tuirenn Hurstfield 11h
2019 - 2021 I AM SOUL - PLAYWRIGHT RESIDENCY
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TeslaStein Apr 17
Pablo Picasso Spanish Painter Pablo Ruiz Picasso was a Spanish , , printmaker, , , and who spent most of his adult life in France. Regarded as one of the most influential of the 20th century,
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