TABLE OF CONTENTS × Vol. 15 No. 4 Mar/Apr 2013 The Translation and Adaptation Issue (2013) Purchase Read The Print Issue Return to Issue Archive Masthead of the Translation and Adaptation Issue (2013) Editor’s Notes on the Translation and Adaptation Issue (2013) by Joey Stocks Dear Dramatist - March/April 2013 by Cynthia Clay, Robert Davis, Douglas Bernstein, Nikki Harmon, and Jerome Coopersmith Theresa Rebeck: The Craft by Theresa Rebeck Julia Cho: Ten Questions by Julia Cho Translating Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz Rhonda Shook: On Translations and Adaptations by Rhonda Shook Susan DiLallo: On Translations and Adaptations by Susan K DiLallo Challenges of Translation by Sudipta Bhawmik Ellen McLaughlin: On Translations and Adaptations by Ellen McLaughlin Henry Ong: On Translations and Adaptations by Henry Ong Sandra Seaton: On Translations and Adaptations by Sandra C Seaton Three Rules for Adapting and Translating the Ancient World by Yokanaan Kearns Mark Nutter: On Translations and Adaptations by Mark Nutter Alan Menken: On Translations and Adaptations by Alan Menken Roundtable on Translations and Adaptations by David Henry Hwang, Tina Howe, Marion Holt, David Ives, and Annie Baker The Business Side of Adaptations by Ralph Sevush and John Dietrich Of Bilingualism: Teatro’s Au Courant Significance by Haydn Díaz Arizona/New Mexico: Documenting History by Guillermo Reyes Atlanta: 3 Hill Productions by Pamela Turner Austin/San Antonio: Luminaria by Sheila Rinear Baltimore: Growing the Scene in 2013 by Rich Espey Boston: Notes from the Field by Hortense Gerardo Chicago: Teatro Vista by Douglas Post DC: A Killing Game by Gwydion Suilebhan Florida: Bigger, Better, Stronger by Andie Arthur Houston: What’s the Worst That Can Happen? by William R. Duell Ithaca Region: When the Snow Melts by Aoise Stratford Los Angeles: Fix it Later by Larry Dean Harris Minneapolis/St. Paul: Raw Stages Festival by Laurie Flanigan Hegge New Jersey: Luna Stage by E. M. Lewis North Carolina: College Discovery Day by Kimberly Stinson Ohio: It’s Working! by Faye Sholiton Pittsburgh: 13P by Tammy Ryan Seattle: A Visit From Alan Menken by Duane Kelly Utah: Charles Morey by Julie Jensen Western New York: The Wheels of Bankruptcy and Resolution by Donna Hoke E-Publishing Roundtable, Part Two by Jeffrey Sweet, Arthur Kopit, David Faux, Jonathan Lomma, Ken Dingledine, Tom Kjellberg, and Michael Fellmeth Mr. Blah Blah Blah by Gary Garrison Seven Lessons Learned at MacDowell (+ one more learned in New York) by Roland Tec Happy Spring! by Tari Stratton Guild News – March/April 2013 Dramatists Diary – March/April 2013 New Guild Members as of January 15, 2013 Classified Ads – March/April 2013 Jonathan Reynolds: What Guild Membership Means to Me by Jonathan Reynolds Close Table of Contents National Reports Florida: Bigger, Better, Stronger by Andie Arthur Mar 01, 2013 National Reports It is with great sadness that I am using this report to remark on the closing of two South Florida theatre companies in fall of 2012 – Caldwell Theatre and Mosaic Theatre Company. Sign In To Access This Article Subscribe to gain full access to The Dramatist Issue Archive. Join and become a Dramatists Guild Member, Business Subscriber or subscribe to the magazine with an annual plan for unlimited access. Guild Members receive our magazine as a benefit of membership! View Options Andie Arthur is the resident playwright and co-Artistic Director of Lost Girls Theatre, adjunct faculty at New World School of the Arts, and the executive director of the South Florida Theatre League. Related Dramatist(s) Andie Arthur, Christopher Demos-Brown Previous DC: A Killing Game Next Houston: What’s the Worst That Can Happen?