Tag Archives: Off-Broadway

OPHELIA Gets Drowned

I’m pretty sure my title for this blogpost is a grammatical nightmare, but today, I care not. Today I’m here to tell you about the most exciting news of my fledgling career as a playwright. In October of 2013 my … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: Paula Vogel’s HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE, Off-Broadway

Theatre heals the soul in a unique way. Yes, it offers the solace of distraction (I learned as a college junior in American Lit II that I am what they call an “escapist”) but it also has the power to translate the … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: Where Can I See Plays Written by Women?

I think it’s about time we not only hear about women playwrights, but actually GO AND SEE plays written by women playwrights, don’t you? So here is my “short” list of where you can see some plays written by women … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: THE SYRINGA TREE

My interview with Laurie McCants has me thinking about one-woman shows today, more specifically, a one-woman show that made up one of the best theatrical experiences of my life. South African playwright Pamela Gien scripted The Syringa Tree from the viewpoint … Continue reading

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