Dramatist Mag Pacific Northwest
Dramatist Mag Pacific Northwest
The Pacific Northwest Issue Mar/Apr 2020

This edition of The Dramatist celebrates the new theatrical work being created in the Pacific Northwest. From Rachael Carnes Postcard from Eugene's Oregon Contemporary Theatre to Karen Hartman's ode to Hedgebrook, this issue is like a snapshot of theatres, residencies and other opportunities in Washington and Oregon, with dramatists contributing insights  about local theatres based upon their own experiences. The issue also includes two conversations between dramatist Francesca Piantadosi and the artistic directors of Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Portland CenterStage, Nataki Garrett and Marissa Wolf, respectively. Stephen Dietz shares Notes to a Playwright (advice from the Coping Calendar) and Lisa Kron explains "Why I Joined the Guild."

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