The writer of ‘Thirst’ and ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ talks about her Louisiana upbringing, starting out in fan fiction, and why she writes about cornered women.
Brian James Polak talks to the playwright of ‘Dance Nation’ and ‘You Got Older’ about memory, pain, and first drafts.
The former prison guard-turned-actor discusses how he found his writing voice, and how your biggest advocates can come from the most unexpected places.
The playwright of ‘Hearts Like Fists’ has interviewed more than 1,000 playwrights on his website. Now it’s his turn to be interviewed.
The NYC-based playwright talks about the time she juggled 5 day jobs, and how ‘Law & Order’ helped her quit them.
The author of ‘Open’ and ‘Mary and Max’ talks about how comic books influence her plays (and her marriage).
The playwright talks about being forbidden from performing growing up and learning how to be his authentic self.
The three playwrights discuss the importance of building and maintaining relationships in this industry.
Catching up with two playwrights at the National New Play Network showcase.
The playwright of ‘Somebody’s Daughter’ and ‘Surely Goodness and Mercy’ talks about how private school almost broke her and how August Wilson shaped her thinking.