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Tag Archives: Political Plays
C.J. Ehrlich wowed last year’s ONSTAGE playwrights and audiences with her hilariously sweet play, THE LILAC TICKET. It sailed through the peer review process with incredible scores, and then touched our audiences’ hearts in a way that was really wonderful. … Continue reading →
Cecilia Copeland and I have never met, but I’ve been Facebook admiring her for years. The woman is a force! Not only is she a powerful writer, but she’s also an incredible theatre maker – this woman gets shit done! … 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 →