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Category Archives: Playwrights
Every year we interview our winning playwrights, and this year is no exception! Join us over the coming weeks as we post more interviews with playwrights, along with information about each play’s director and cast! If you don’t know Diana … Continue reading
Every year we interview our winning playwrights, and this year is no exception! Join us over the coming weeks as we post more interviews with playwrights, along with information about each play’s director and cast! Micki was one of our … Continue reading
Every year, it gets harder and harder to select a final line-up. Maybe it’s the fact that this year’s theme drew such a wild variety of work that I feel like – were the opportunity there – I could have … Continue reading
Our final semi-finalist reading of the season is here – we promise we’re not going to cry. What a joy it’s been to share such an incredible bill of plays thus far! And our Prescott plays are no exception. If … Continue reading
By guest blogger (and 2017 ONSTAGE semi-finalist) Kay Phillips It’s a Saturday in 1993, Mom let you borrow the Ford Taurus and you’re cruising. Sun out, windows down, headed to the mall. With a hopeful heart, you tune … Continue reading
We have been fortunate enough to have Kate Hawkes involved in the Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival every year since its inception! She’s participated as a playwright, actress, director, and for the past four years, as a partner producer through her … Continue reading
Who’s looking to spend time amongst some of the most AWESOME female artists in LA this Sunday? Well, get your calendars out, because you are in luck! The Los Angeles installment of our 2017 ONSTAGE semi-finalist readings will go up … Continue reading
By 2017 ONSTAGE semi-finalist, Allison Fradkin Lipstick on your teeth means you’re messy. Lipstick on your collar means you’ve messed around. Lipstick on your stage means you’re a hot mess, a circuitous compliment that also applies to … Continue reading
WOW – our second ONSTAGE reading of 2017 is happening this Saturday, May 6th at 2pm at Jacksonville State University! We are super excited to have Nick Hoenshell, a super talented director, helming the reading. If you’re in the area, … Continue reading