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The acclaimed playwright was known for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "A Delicate Balance."
Ribman is a critically acclaimed dramatist. Theater critic Martin Gottfried called one of Ribman's early plays, Harry, Noon
Adrienne Kennedy is a writer. Her autobiography People Who Led to My Plays about the people and culture that influenced her
Healing Through Writing and Expression I want you to wake up today. I imagined what it must have been like for my brother
The hardships and the stark atrocities of the climate, Mehmood and Maqsood tried bringing a chunk of it for the audience
Film, television and theater all require the collaboration of dozens to hundreds of artists. Film and television, however, rely on sound and images, both of which can be digitally created. Theater requires the actor.
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The first African-American woman to receive the Pulitzer Prize in Drama just won one of the largest cash awards in the arts.
For more on Boal and Oberon Theatre Ensemble : As you walk down the carpeted aisle, you catch your first glimpse of the stage
These plays, born out of my photographic stimulus, have been staged at such theatres as Theater for the New City, Urban Stages
Small theater is one of the most welcoming places for fresh new voices. In this series I will begin to prove why.
Lars Norén was interviewed by Christian Lund in Stockholm, February 2015. Lars Norén (b. 1944) is a Swedish playwright, novelist
Sun and Room is an affectionate and painfully honest look into those college years you might want to forget. It explores transitional friendships and nights that come with freshman year and often go without reflection.
This film is a beautiful legacy. It sheds light on a very gifted man who, like many creative people, was raised under difficult circumstances in an underserved area of Pittsburgh. All of his plays were "doors" into the black experience, and from many eras of the American story.
Jonathan and Jesse have co-authored The Golem of Hollywood, a crime novel with elements of myth and the supernatural.
Another list felt necessary -- a list that not only clearly identified transgender inclusion in the conversation, but shifted the focus to transgender playwrights, with the same intention as The Kilroys: to show we exist.
I spoke with Munson about her new work, a story of poetry, memories and the intergenerational connection of family.
Ken Urban on The Correspondent: I realized that in a state of extreme grief, in that place of pain, you would do anything to make that pain subside. I never want to judge my characters, but to understand them.