Where’d she go?

So my blogging for the past month has been inconsistent at best. Basically, Shakespeare in the Park is eating my life and until I can shake the beautiful mongrel from my leg in four weeks, I’m afraid I’m consumed.

I did come across a post today from a favorite blog of mine that I think you all should read.  It’s about a book club for actors and it got me thinking; shouldn’t we/couldn’t we have a similar “book club” for playwrights?  I know I need to broaden my horizons, read more plays regularly (as I once committed to do; SIGH), and get to know more amazing playwrights.  So check out The Green Room’s post (and surf some other posts while you’re there; may I recommend Movie Musical Monday?  SO FUN) and I will see you on the other side of Shakespeare.

Thanks, all!

About dramachicky

I am a dramachick: a playwright, actress, director, wife, singer, reader, aunt, daughter, student, teacher, and dreamer. My husband has taken to calling me dramachicky. :-) I have my M.A. and M.F.A. in creative writing/playwriting from Wilkes University. My husband and I started a small theatre group in northeast Pennsylvania called Ghostlight Productions. I love all things theatre and I am thrilled to launch this blog as a celebration of women playwrights.
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2 Responses to Where’d she go?

  1. Thanks for the shout out for the Green Room and for Movie Musical Mondays! The bookclub is one of my favorite things–both I and the Redheaded Actress participate in it, and it has expanded my working knowledge of playwrights so much–especially female ones!

    I’m actually doing Shakespeare this summer myself, and keeping a separate blog about it over here: http://takeyourshakestotexas.blogspot.com/ Feel free to drop by and take a look sometime, and I look forward to following your own adventures with the Bard this season!

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