by Amy Bernstein
Jul 26, 2019
The Baltimore region continues to punch above its weight when it comes to producing great theatre—the new, the tried and true, and the absurd.
by Pamela Turner
1. "Nomad Hotel" at Horizon Theatre. Photo by Greg Mooney.
Jul 25, 2019
The wildly exploding film industry here has made it much more possible for actors (and a few more writers) to make a decent living in Atlanta.
by Liz Fentress
"Everybody Black" at the Humana Festival. Photo by Jonathan Roberts.
Jul 24, 2019
The 2018-19 Kentucky theatre season included the development and production of new work by DG playwrights in theatres across the Commonwealth from Bowling Green to Paducah, and from Somerset to Morehead to Louisville.
by Les Hunter
"About a Ghoul (A Tale of Morocco)" at Talespinner Children's Theatre. Photo by Steve Wagner.
Jul 23, 2019
In the previous season, many of our region’s members received world premieres of their work right here in Ohio. In August, my own full-length Down by Contact, co-produced by Cleveland companies Playwrights Local and Dobama Theatre and directed by Dale Heinen, was given a site-specific performance at Gilmour Academy’s 100-year-old Tudor Mansion.
by Anita Gonzalez
"Never Not Once" at Purple Rose Theatre Company. Photo by Sean Carter.
Jul 22, 2019
Michigan theatres support the development of new works in a variety of venues. This year has produced an expansive slate of playwrights writing about topics as diverse as domestic lives, heroin abuse, John Lennon, lotto tickets, and one British-style pantomime.
by Laurie Flanigan Hegge
"Life Goes On" at ArtHouse North in St. Paul with Bucket Brigade. Photo by Justin Cox.
Jul 20, 2019
File under “Why I Love Living in Minnesota”: a most-certainly incomplete recap of DG member productions of new work in the Twin Cities this past season.