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Tennessee Williams: No Refuge But Writing

February is all about Mardi Gras on Book And A View and there is no one I would rather sip a sazerac on a Bourbon St balcony with than the King of Southern Gothic, Tennessee Williams. 450 more words


Moscovitch's 1920s Drama Falls Short in 2018

“Girls have been written and represented in popular culture in many different ways. Most of these representations have been largely unsatisfying because they never get girlhood quite right. 2,445 more words


How to get your work off the page and on to stage - My Guide

Welcome to my new theatre focused blog; ‘Just Another Black Playwright’ which I decided is a much needed; no fuckery, no filter, no tom-foolery insight into the world of theatre as I try to navigate my way through as a 25 year old black female from Brixton. 825 more words

That Year-End Look Back and Look Forward Thing that People Do

It’s that time when one looks back at what was accomplished over the year ending and then meditatively places a finger to one’s chin while turning to plans for the year coming. 638 more words

Spectral Edition: Ghosts In U.S. Newspapers (1865-1917)

★ Mill Mountain Theatre’s Travis Kendrick asks young playwrights to Write Stuff!

Write Stuff!—Mill Mountain Theatre’s young playwrights program, returns for its second year in 2018. The playwriting competition is open to middle and high school students and the deadline for submissions is Dec. 742 more words


More than just the story

I’ll just start with the bottom line:

It doesn’t matter how good your story is; it won’t work if you don’t know what to do with it.  295 more words

Going solo: a bumpy ride

Welcome to my learning curve!

Ten days ago, I launched my first ever interview podcast via the Artist Soapbox. Today, I published my first… 898 more words