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DC: Movers and Shakers
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Washington, DC is no stranger to exciting new play development programs, from the largest theatres to the smallest, but several fresh initiatives have cropped up in recent years that deserve a mention. I recently sat down with a few of DC theatre’s movers and shakers to talk about their programming and the variety of commissioning opportunities that are in the works for playwrights in the nation’s capital.

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Allyson Currin
Allyson Currin

is a playwright, actor, professor of theatre, new play advocate, sometime producer, and DC theatre professional.