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Dario Fo

Dario Fo
Accidental Death of an Anarchist
Darrio Fo writes plays which often have a serious message underlining the comical farce.
Often doesn’t give his characters names just titles using characteristics: ‘sports jacket’, ‘maniac’. 77 more words


#GDIHWB at the eta

On the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. birthday, January 15, 2017, we had the honor of reading my play God, Do I Hear Wedding Bells? 366 more words

Meet the Playwrights

GVT reached out to the playwrights to get their perspective for this years New Voices Play Festival. Here’s what they had to say about writing and the thrill of having their work performed live… 1,586 more words


Melinda Lopez

Name: Melinda Lopez

Hometown: Boston

Current Town: Boston


Playwright in Residence, Huntington Theatre Co, Boston MA;
Boston University, Visiting Faculty, MFA Playwriting Program;
Wellesley College, Senior Lecturer, Theatre Studies… 619 more words

Director's Cut

I have been working very hard between several of my productions and it has been simply amazing.  The cast and I have been getting ready for the eta reading of God, Do I Hear Wedding Bells? 380 more words

Edward Albee - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

In today’s playwright lesson we moved on to American playwrights and started off by looking at Edward Albee who wrote ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’. Edward Albee was writing throughout the 1960’s and died only recently, in 2016; the majority of his play’s were domestic dramas that centred around couples, relationships and everyday situations.  721 more words


Indebted student :D

Yes, I am still plowing my way through year one of my Masters.

Woop! Running around like a yam shouting May day May day!

That is the month, Year one will be over and done with. 1,195 more words


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