The Environmental Issue
No. 4
Vol. 23
Mar/Apr 2021

This edition of The Dramatist reveals how dramatists are using their craft to bring environmental issues to light. Tackling everything from climate change to global pandemics, Caridad Svich leads a Roundtable discussion about writing plays that focus thematically on the environment. Also included in this issue of The Dramatist is Mark Campbell's description of how Opera companies are weathering the pandemic with Opera by Mail, Mindi Dickstein's explanation of What Copyright Means to her, and Ifa Bayeza's responses to Ten Questions on being a writer.

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Cover art of the Environmental Issue: Digital Art of the sun rising on three birds

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ADAM GOLDBERG

is the Co-Founder & Creative Director at TRÜF, a Los Angeles design studio specializing in branding and illustration. He calls his minimaliststyle of art “Messy Modernism,” born from his love of geometry, patterns, whitespace, Bauhaus, Miró and a little too much caffeine. Currently, he’s pushing hisagency into new and strange directions with the addition of his illustrations andcontinues his unhealthy obsession with all things design. When he’s not designingand illustrating, he’s designing and illustrating. He needs to get out more. https://trufcreative.com

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