The Writing for Young Audiences Issue May/Jun 2020
This edition of The Dramatist takes a look at creating theatre for young audiences. Kit Goldstein Grant and Milta Ortiz address why dramatists want to write for young audiences. Idris Goodwin and Masi Asare lead conversations with playwrights and composers on how to approach the process of writing theatrical work for younger audiences. And Ralph Sevush discusses the impact of Cancel Culture on Campus. This issue also includes a sampling of regional theatres that are geared towards young audiences, taken from the more comprehensive listings in the Guild's online Resource Directory. In addition, the newly re-designed version of the Dramatist's Bill of Rights premieres in print
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