This month Brian talks to a writer inspired by the music his parents made when he was young, as well as by the diverse biographies and interests of the playwrights he admires.
This month Brian talks to Charly Evon Simpson about discovering theatre, learning to be vulnerable, and becoming a playwright both on paper and in life.
This month Brian talks to Nathan Alan Davis about growing up with performer parents and how his own parenting influences his work.
This month Brian joins playwright Nancy Garcia Loza at Chicago’s Understudy book shop to talk about writing, family, and holding on to memories.
This month Brian talks to MJ Kaufman, the co-writer of ‘A Transparent Musical,’ about their evolving sense of home, their creative instincts, and their dog, Milkshake.
Brian talks to the NYC-based theatremaker about the intersection of writing and directing, what his family thinks of his plays, and differences between the U.S. and his native Canada.
This month Brian talks to the Bay Area playwright about the writing process, battling imposter syndrome, and redefining success.
The D.C. columnist and playwright talks about how writing is like making cotton candy, how ‘MILF Manor’ is like Greek drama, and how an editor can help you find the parade.
This month Brian talks to the ‘Fat Ham’ playwright about the art-loving family he came from and the communities he’s found in theatre and in Philly.
The playwright of ‘Montag’ and ‘THUNDERBODIES’ talks about insisting on sustainability, identifying as a writer, and the art of listening.