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Things Playwrights Do That I Love

Sometimes I open a play and see something that makes me feel like this:

Here’s what you do that makes my heart sing as I’m reading the plays in my stack. 1,045 more words


64 - Venus in Fur

Venus in Fur
David Ives
1F 1M

I’ve been holding onto this script for some time now. I requested it from the literary manager from Portland Stage and accidentally absconded with it. 554 more words


The Widow

Devonshire Park Theatre: 22-26 July 2014

Playwright Merlin Ward’s chiller The Widow premiered at Eastbourne’s Devonshire Park Theatre last night. The Widow is a brand new play in the gothic genre, set in contemporary Britain. 201 more words

Theatre Reviews


So many people think of the theatre in two spheres: community theatre and professional theatre.  Both are held in large spaces, and feature well known plays. 253 more words

News And Politics

Theatre review: Beyond Caring at The Yard Theatre (Hackney Gazette)

Can corporations afford to care? If profit is king, perhaps it is best to allow employers to dole out zero-hour contracts, where employees are only given work when they are needed. 391 more words

"Instructions for Two or More Players" Wins at Noosa Longweekend Festival

Exciting news! After a very successful season at the Noosa Arts Theatre, “Instructions for Two or More Players” has taken home the Audience Award for the One Act Play festival. 36 more words

Secrets and Spies

Scenes from the performance at Hertford Theatre on 8 July. Rhiannon Drake as Mabel and Ken Boyter as Harry in a scene from Erin Thompson’s play… 90 more words