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'Angry boredom': early responses to Waiting for Godot showcased online (The Guardian)

The Guardian: ‘Angry boredom’: early responses to Waiting for Godot showcased online. “Today, Waiting for Godot is the most celebrated of Samuel Beckett’s plays, but newly digitised material from the depths of the British Library shows how its first audiences responded in horror to its ‘lavatory references’, while some anticipated that ‘this ugly little jet of marsh-gas’ from ‘the late James Joyce’s secretary’ would soon be forgotten.”

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Making a Monster: Rivendell Theatre Ensemble Continues Its Dedication to Female-Identified Artists With World Premiere of Margaret Atwood Adaptation

I wrote a theater feature for Newcity Magazine on Rivendell Theatre Ensemble’s upcoming show “Alias Grace,” the world premiere of the Margaret Atwood adaptation. Click  1,311 more words

Journalistic Writing

Prostitutes and Playwrights (Again)

What do Prostitutes and Playwrights have in common?

According to my Hollywood Agent, quite a lot.

Check out the full conversation at IrishCentral.com.


Preview: Women Playwrights Set to Take Page-to-Stage by Storm

We are featured in the DC Metro Theater Arts Preview Aricle too among other AMAZING theater and musical companies, groups, and playwrights presenting shows at the Kennedy Center’s #PageToStage Festival this Labor Day Weekend.   184 more words

Female Artists

Fool For Love

If you’re anything like me and the death of Sam Shepard feels a little like a loss of part of yourself, run as fast as you can to Dark and Stormy’s production of… 706 more words

Twin Cities Theater

Two Men and a Library

Natasha Frost tells us the bizarre (and entertaining) story of playwright Joe Orton, and his partner, Kenneth Halliwell, during the time in the 1960s when they stole, altered and returned books to a London library. 26 more words


American Buffalo

American Buffalo plays at the Dorset Theatre Festival until September 2. This production stars Treat Williams who has appeared in many films and television programs as well as on stage. 137 more words

Regional Theatre