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Category Archives: Curves Ahead
Wow… WOW! We did it – our 2016 Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival rocked the stage at the Prescott Center for the Arts, thanks to a team of incredibly talented, fun, and passionate artists. And it was awesome! This year’s line-up … Continue reading
I apologize for stealing the title of Rilo Kiley’s 2004 album for this blog, but I couldn’t think of a better title. Back in August, Tiffany emailed me to ask if I would write a blog post for the upcoming … Continue reading
Little Black Dress INK and the Prescott Center for the Arts are partnering once again to produce the 5th annual Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival, Curves Ahead, Oct. 6-8 with shows at 7:30 p.m nightly and a 2 pm matinee on … Continue reading
Rhea is a fabulous Los Angeles playwright who sent us such a kick-ass piece that I kind of can’t handle it. The thing is, the play is so freakin’ timely that it hurts. Asking For It focuses on a woman … Continue reading
It’s weird to write about oneself in a promotional sense – but as a playwright, it’s a good skill to develop. Unfotunately, I can’t say I’ve gotten very good at it – I have a hard time talking about my … Continue reading
I had the great pleasure of meeting Nancy at the Great Plains Theatre Conference 2 years ago, and let me tell you, if you’re a playwright and you’ve never submitted your work to GPTC, you need to pull a 180 … Continue reading
C.J. has been a semi-finalist in two previous ONSTAGE fests, and as a result, we’ve really enjoyed getting to know her. Our opinion? She kind of rocks! This engaging and creative writer has been a huge supporter of the peer … Continue reading
Talk about small worlds! Rachel hails from Houston and is friends with one of last year’s playwrights, Kira Rockwell (author of With My Eyes Shut). Because of this connection, Rachel attended last year’s reading at Samuel French Bookshop in LA, … Continue reading