In anatomizing the categories of things he’s collected over the decades, a playwright explores and suggests their dramaturgical possibilities.
Four Black dramaturgs who worked on Geva’s new audio-play festival talk about their work and their hopes for the field.
A longtime Guthrie staffer, he influenced theatre across the U.S. and overseas with a humble but indomitable spirit.
The leader of the O’Neill’s literary office is dedicated to greater access for new and under-produced writers.
To get the most out of a staged reading, communicate early and often so that everyone is on the same page.
Company One’s director of new work questions everything, including herself.
In his teaching and his work, he pressed all theatre workers to develop their own ideal theatre. But none could match his.
It’s not just about talkbacks at the small Boston theatre—it’s about creating safe spaces for engagement with often uncomfortable work.
At a coffee shop near you, the Dramaturgy Open Office Hour Project offers a user-friendly intro to the sometimes elusive art form.
A collection of 85 essays offers a definitive sampler of views, analyses, and advice about this new, still occasionally mistrusted craft.