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Tiffany Antone & Jen Huszcza have a chat (via email) This is Part I of a three-part conversation playwright Jen Huszcza and I had about Little Black Dress INK’s ONSTAGE Project festival. I want to thank Jen for conceiving of … Continue reading
Learn more about our fabulous playwrights, and then join us at the Prescott Center for the Arts in Prescott, AZ this Thurs, Sat and Sunday (Aug 6, 8, 9) for the OUTSIDE THE LINES Festival! Tickets Available HERE Nancy Cooper … Continue reading
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
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
What an absolutely outstanding start to the new year! We are up to our eyeballs in ONSTAGE submissions and peer evaluations over here, and we couldn’t be happier about it. I’ve got to admit, wrapping up our 2014 festival … Continue reading
Holy cow! Time is FLYING BY! And our Ithaca and Sedona Producers are gearing up for our May 4th readings. So let’s get to know these AMAZING ladies! First, I’ve got to talk a little about the AWESOME Darcy Rose. … Continue reading
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
POETRY ON MY MIND by playwright Anne V. Grob April is Poetry Month, and I am continually reminded of how familiar poetry and theatre are to one another. In his 36 Assumptions About Playwriting, José Rivera writes “theatre is closer … Continue reading
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