There is a place in Portland where you can walk out of the rain into an unassuming little coffee shop, order yourself a warm drink, then head through the back door into another world.
Mar 27, 2020
Burien Actors Theatre or BAT is a nonprofit, professional theatre in the heart of Seattle. Their tagline, “Better Theatre Live”, is representative of BAT’s desire to serve the local community by producing professional work that is exciting, engaging and of the highest artistic caliber.
Mar 26, 2020
Last year, Terrence was interviewed as a participant in the Dramatists Guild Opera Committee's filmed conversation with today's opera creators, "Credit the Librettist." Terrence was, in fact, a charter member of the Opera Committee. In honor of Terrence's great contribution to the worlds of theater and opera, we are now releasing the full, uncut footage of his interview, filmed by Duncan Wilder and conducted by Michael Korie.
Mar 25, 2020
When the Guild asked me to have a conversation with Terrence McNally, it was a full circle moment for me. When I was fifteen years old and living in Scranton, I fell in love with Terrence’s play, Master Class (I’d seen a clip of Zoe Caldwell on the Tony Awards). That play was not only an introduction to Terrence’s incredible body of work, but also to the world of opera and the triumphs and trials of a life in the arts.
Terrence McNally - Photo by Michael Nagle
Mar 24, 2020
On Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Dramatists Guild held a special webinar edition of The Dramatist LIVE, co-hosted by Joey Stocks, Christine Toy Johnson, and Amanda Green.
(Clockwise) Amanda Green, Teresa Coleman Wash, Melissa Li, and Inda Craig-Galván.
Mar 23, 2020
Power to the Playwright! That’s the rallying call of the Seattle-based dramatist-centered organization known as Rain City Projects.
Mar 23, 2020