Posts Tagged ‘playwright’

Road Show Spectacular

Playwright Walt McGough

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Find out what to expect from The SwellTime Variety Hour and how it got its inspiration from old-time radio shows.

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Significant Other

Playwright Joshua Harmon

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The BAD JEWS and SIGNIFICANT OTHER playwright talks about evolving friendships, developing new plays, and why your friends owe you some really good cake.

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Bootycandy

“Everyone is welcome, and no one is safe.”

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Playwright Robert O’Hara on the process of writing BOOTYCANDY and bringing his own personal narrative to a larger audience.

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Playwright Bill Doncaster

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Bill Doncaster is a local playwright and our second Boston Project playwright. His new play Ward Nine will be featured alongside Nina Louise Morrison’s Born Naked this February.

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Playwright Nina Louise Morrison

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Born Naked by Nina L Morrisson will be performed as a staged reading to an invited audience this month. Watch this space for updates from rehearsal and further developments from the playwrights.

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Mothers & Sons

Playwright Terrence McNally

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Even at age 76, Terrence McNally keeps busy. He’s had two shows on Broadway in the past season alone: a star-studded remount of It’s Only a Play and the musical The Visit, for which he received a Tony nomination for Best Book. At the same time, he is preparing for the July publication of his […]

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A Future Perfect

Ken Urban on WGBH

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Playwright Ken Urban spoke to Boston Public Radio on WGBH about the process and genesis of writing A FUTURE PERFECT.

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A Future Perfect

Ken Urban: “What do we believe in?”

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You’re a musician as well as a playwright; when did that start? I’ve always played music. I started in high school and was in a band for a long time, but it kind of fell off the radar in college and grad school. When I was getting the first early productions of my plays in […]

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Necessary Monsters

Here There be MONSTERS

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SpeakEasy Stage: How did the two of you first start working together? David R. Gammons: I’d been aware of John’s work as a local celebrity— John Kuntz: Oh, pshaw. DRG: —and was about to direct Titus Andronicus for Actors’ Shakespeare Project. This was back in 2007. When we made a decision to make Titus an […]

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Bad Jews

BAD JEWS Playwright Joshua Harmon

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Playwright Joshua Harmon talks about the origins of BAD JEWS, its ideas of remembrance and memorial, and whether it’s objectively possible to be a “bad” member of any culture.

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