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Ferguson, Narrative, and Dungeons and Dragons

Like everyone, I’ve been thinking a lot about Ferguson, and about the epidemic of white men gunning down unarmed young African American men.  What is racism made out of? 1,465 more words


Proscenium, a new Portland theatre journal for new plays, launches today

Portland’s new theatre journal Proscenium launches today.

Looks like five new plays await you there.

  • Looking for the Pony (NEA Outstanding New American Play Award Finalist) by Andrea Lepcio…
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NOplays gets a makeover!

NOplays has a new look! New art work, new descriptions, even some new plays! Go explore our newly redesigned site, and be on the look out for more!


The Real World, Theater Edition: A Playwright’s Guide to Grad School, Part Two

Barbara Jwanouskos brings you the second half of her guide to grad school.

Last time, I gave you a couple suggestions about things to think about when considering graduate school I added my own personal journey to the comments/ 825 more words

Summer in the Theater!

I kicked off the summer by reuniting with YJLTC at the LIFT Festival in London.  There were performances happening all over the city, but we were fortunate enough to perform at the… 137 more words


Show and Tell: Last Chance

Last spring, I was approached by a group of former students eager to begin their lives as artists and hungry to make art.   I am lucky to work with students whose art I respect and I was honored that they would look at the work of a professor and be eager to make it their own.   581 more words



Under the mentorship of playwright Octavio Solis, Ray wrote a series of 10 minute plays in 2013, some of which have been produced as workshops or readings by various local companies. 73 more words