On Writing for Young Audiences, Part One
Jul 12, 2021
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Idris Goodwin: I’d love to get into the TYA conversation around your experience as dramatists and theatre artists in general. [We] do a lot of different things and live in a lot of different spaces. What have you picked up? What have you learned as craftspeople for that particular audience? I thought a good place to start would be two questions: where are you right now, and what play is this conversation pulling you away from writing?
Nambi E. Kelley: I am currently in Chicago and the play I’m being pulled away from right now is I’m writing a play about Maya Angelou. My deadline is looming.
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