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It’s Time to Enjoy the Killing
Featured / Women / Writing

It’s Time to Enjoy the Killing

Last week I revisited Ira Glass’ YouTube series on storytelling (Pt 1 included below). Known well for its commentary on taste and ambition, this series explores storytelling from a broadcasting POV. It resonated with me while I work through a series of my own: a monologue collection for women! This first collection includes roughly 30 monologues written for … Continue reading

Medea’s Got Some Issues at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival
Featured / Plays / Musicals / Producing / Theater / Women

Medea’s Got Some Issues at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival

Come see the funniest tragedy this side of Athens! If you’re in DC this summer, you simply HAVE to come see the show I’m producing with No Rules Theatre Co: Medea’s Got Some Issues, by Spanish playwright Emilio Williams. This is the DC premiere of an award-winning, side-splitting take on the infamous Greek myth, in which exiled Medea avenges … Continue reading

Playwrights Producing: Boston Public Works
Featured / Producing / Theater / Writing

Playwrights Producing: Boston Public Works

Today I’m featuring Boston Public Works Theater Company (BPW), a group of playwrights making their own opportunities and changing the new play development landscape in Boston. BPW was born out of a writing workshop called Interim Writers’ Accomplice. From within that collective, a group of playwrights decided to combine their efforts and launch into self-production together. … Continue reading