On this episode, Rob and Gabriela celebrate this season’s most-produced plays and playwrights with surprise guests Heidi Schreck and Selina Fillinger.
Dramas and comedies with a political edge top this year’s list (*actually 12 due to ties).
Lynn Nottage again tops the list, followed closely by a mix of dramatists, librettists, and adapters.
A play may not convince anyone but it can share information, hold a space for grief and complexity, de-stigmatize abortion, and rally troops demoralized by the fall of Roe.
A filmed performance Heidi Schreck’s Broadway play will premiere on Amazon Prime on Oct. 16.
Brian James Polak talks to the playwright of ‘Dance Nation’ and ‘You Got Older’ about memory, pain, and first drafts.
Onstage and off, TCG is integral to the nation’s theatre organizations and communities, and vice versa.
The Dramatists Guild of America has selected Schreck’s ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ for the prize.
Experimental theatre artists Heidi Schreck, Daniel Fish, Taylor Mac, and Young Jean Lee aren’t so much joining the Broadway conversation as leading it.
The playwrights will each receive $12,500.