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Tag Archives: Jen Huszcza
ONSTAGE Playwrights 2017: Meet Jen Huszcza
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! Jen Huszcza is an ONSTAGE … Continue reading
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Announcing the 2017 ONSTAGE Winning Line-Up!
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
Posted in Hot Mess, Playwrights, The Blog Tagged Allie Costa, Anne Flanagan, Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich, C.J. Ehrlich, Diana Burbano, Ellen Davis Sullivan, Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival, Hot Mess festival, Jen Huszcza, Karen Loseff Lothan, Katherine James, Micki Shelton, Philana Omorotionmwan, Tiffany Antone Leave a comment
Guest Blogger: 2017 semi-finalist Jen Huszcza
Where is the mess? Recently, a local theatre group did a reading of Act One of Sam Shepard’s Buried Child at the local library. After the reading, the actors led an audience discussion. An older lady sitting behind me asked … Continue reading
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Announcing the 2015 ONSTAGE Final Line-up!
Here’s the deal: I’m so in love with this year’s Finalists that making a decision about our final line-up was BRUTAL! Our Finalist reading in Waco went so well, and the audience had such a great time with these new … Continue reading
Posted in Outside the Lines, Playwrights Tagged Anne Hamilton, Beth kander, Bridgette Dutta Portman, Celine Song, Delia Whitehead, Female Playwrights, Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Project, Hannah Baker, Jaisey Bates, Jen Huszcza, Kira Rockwell, Mercedes Segesvary, Nancy Cooper Frank, Sharon Goldner Leave a comment
Meet our Sedona Playwrights!
Oh my Gosh, I’m so excited about our upcoming Sedona reading of ONSTAGE semi-finalists! (Probably because I’m from neighboring Prescott – so there’s a soft spot in my creative heart for those beautiful red rocks!) The reading will take place … Continue reading
Those are my Girls
By Guest Blogger, playwright Jen Huszcza Tiffany has blogged and talked about the peer review of submissions for the Onstage Project festivals many times. This year, I thought I would add my own two cents as someone who participated. Every … Continue reading
Pulling Minutes Out of Thin Air or How I Made It to the Los Angeles Reading
By Jen Huszcza I know I am not the first woman on the planet to complain about being overbooked and having a lack of time. Back when we all lived in caves, I’m sure the women were busy keeping the … Continue reading
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Meet Finalist Jen Huszcza
Don’t miss Jen’s play, Flowers, in our Planting the Seed Festival in Prescott, Jan 2nd and 3rd! Tickets available HERE. Bookmark our Blog or follow us on Facebook! Jen Huszcza is one of three 2014 Finalists whose work has been … Continue reading
Posted in Playwrights, The Blog Tagged Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Project, Jen Huszcza, Planting the Seed 2 Comments
Announcing the 2014 Finalists!
So many words. I’ve just spent the past week re-reading the 28 short plays by female playwrights making up our list of semi-finalists for this year’s ONSTAGE Project, and I’m overcome with the power of all of these words. How … Continue reading
Meet our Semi-Finalists: Waco, TX edition!
I am SO excited. We’re talking seriously, over-the-moon, EXCITED. Not only do I get to work with some amazing partner producers in multiple cities to bring life to 28 new plays, but I also get to produce a reading of … Continue reading