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Western New England 2019/20 Season in Review
  • Jeanine Serralles and the company in Girls by BRANDEN JACOBS-JENKINS at Yale Repertory Theatre. Photo by Joan Marcus.
    Jeanine Serralles and the company in Girls by BRANDEN JACOBS-JENKINS at Yale Repertory Theatre. Photo by Joan Marcus.
  • Peterson Townsend, Kalyne Coleman, Jordan Barrow, Ansa Akyea in America 2.1: The Sad Demise & Eventual Extinction of the American Negro at Barrington Stage. Photo by Daniel Rader.
    Peterson Townsend, Kalyne Coleman, Jordan Barrow, Ansa Akyea in America 2.1: The Sad Demise & Eventual Extinction of the American Negro at Barrington Stage. Photo by Daniel Rader.

From big well-known stages to educational settings to local venues, there were ample opportunities for dramatists throughout the New England West region this past season. The variety of work is staggering. At this particular point in time, it feels good to pause and reflect upon the quantity and quality of theatre developed this past season. I hope this list will inspire you as we look toward the future, and to how we will create and gather to experience the magic of live theatre once again. As I write this column, we are not entirely sure of what that will look like for the season ahead. But I have faith that, as creative artists, we will figure it out in bold, daring and new ways. Keep on keeping on!

newenglandwest@dramatistsguild.com

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