Tag Archives: Allie Costa

We’re Not Playing: A poem, an update, and a few more plays…

Welcome to 2017, everybody!  We hope that your holiday season provided you a merry respite from the political distress many of us have been feeling.  It’s January, and that means Inauguration Day, which means artists participating in our We’re Not … Continue reading

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We’re Not Playing: three more (awesome) plays by Allie Costa

Remember how I told you all about how Allie Costa sent us too many awesome plays to choose from?  And that I was just going to share them all because they were each so powerful and fantastic?  Well, here’s the … Continue reading

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We’re Not Playing: Three new plays by Allie Costa

Well, what can I say?  Sometimes a playwright whom you admire sends you a handful of plays because she writes about current social/political/economic issues all the time and your brain kind of stops in stunned silence at the power of … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Playwright, Allie Costa

It started with a photograph of a girl I’ve never met. While scrolling through my news feed one afternoon, a picture jumped out at me. This picture, seen here. I wondered who that girl was, and what her story was. … Continue reading

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