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I’m writing a play for particular actors and loving it. I see them so well in my mind’s eye – I play to their strengths, I can hear their voices saying the words as I type them. 521 more words
9 hours, 57 minutes
Joanna Castle Miller
Last week I participated in the first ever Dramatists Guild video huddle, where 17 playwright/producers gathered to talk about grassroots fundraising.
At one point in the conversation, a playwright asked how to decide whether it’s time to self-produce. 166 more words
1 day, 14 hours
The Literary Lion's Roar
I’m sitting in my apartment with Christmas music playing softly in the background. The only illumination is the blue lights from the Christmas tree and the orange glow of the fireplace. 401 more words
2 days, 19 hours
I spent about 1½ hours yesterday meeting with David Skelton, Artistic Director at Nakai Theatre, for some dramaturgy work on the draft of my new play. 138 more words
4 days, 14 hours
I’m feeling SAD – not sad, but Seasonal Affective Disorder. Seasonal affective disorder (also called SAD) is a type of depression that occurs at the same time every year. 258 more words
5 days, 15 hours
hallowing a hypocrite
Spring or Summer 2009. Angry unfinished song composed probably while very tipsy.
“W/ all that anger…
You’re likely to start a WAR(x3)”
“What do I want? 250 more words
Megan Gogerty. Wordsmith.
As a playwright, I’m confident I should have a career equivalent to Sarah Ruhl plus Tony Kushner divided by Tennessee Williams, if it weren’t for the following: 218 more words