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Tag Archives: Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival
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
I read the words “Hot Mess” and I know immediately who needs to come out of my heart and mind and onto the page. Paul. I meet dozens of dozens of people every year in my “other” life as a … Continue reading
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
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