A Personal History of the Huntington Playwriting Fellowship
Mar 01, 2019
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For me, it started with a phone call twelve years ago. Ilana Brownstein, then literary manager, called to ask if I wanted to be a Huntington Playwriting Fellow. I had just moved from New York to Boston for a teaching gig. I knew no one in theatre there and I felt cut off from the ecology of off-off Broadway theatre that nurtured my early years as a writer. The call was truly a surprise. In those days, writers didn’t apply to become a fellow. The fellowship found you. Or more accurately, Ilana and former Artistic Director Nicky Martin found you. In any case, I was found.
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