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Last week a lot of us watched in horror as Donald Trump, a misogynistic, xenophobic, and wildly ignorant human (we think…) man, was elected to be President of these United States. I’ve been spending a lot of time since then … Continue reading →
Little Black Dress INK invites theatres and theatre practitioners to join us in taking action against our racist, xenophobic, and misogynistic president-elect, and his reckless policies which are poised to jeopardize our civil liberties, our health, and our planet. We … Continue reading →
Rhea’s play, ASKING FOR IT, was an instant hit in this year’s peer review process. There are usually a few obvious standouts during the eval process – some plays just hit all the right notes! Which is why I knew … Continue reading →
Well, what can I say? Getting back on track after last week’s festival-craziness (coupled with the sheer insanity of “OMG, I’m travelling with an infant, for the first time, on my own!” whirlwind) has taken longer than I thought. I … Continue reading →
We have been pleasantly overwhelmed with the enthusiasm for our latest new play project! And we have more new plays coming your way, starting next week! BUT, since this is our final production week for the 2016 Female Playwrights ONSTAGE … Continue reading →
When Barbara sent me her short play, Sacred Space, I had to read it twice because the first time my eyes were too blurry to make out every word. There is power in tradition. There is power in grief. There … Continue reading →
Karli Shields’ play The Fall of Autumn Summers was a finalist in this year’s ONSTAGE Fest: Curves Ahead. I love this play. It tickled me from the very start of this year’s competition – not only did it feel incredibly … Continue reading →
One of the things I love most about Jen Huszcza is her ability to write so succinctly, and so vibrantly. Every year Jen sends me a trio of plays written on the festival’s theme, and every year they are uniquely … Continue reading →
Jaisey Bates is a beautiful writer, and her words (even in correspondence) feel as though they are floating on the page. That’s saying something in a time where many, many people have allowed their language to become crudely shaped weapons, … Continue reading →