The playwright and poet offers five free scripts for parents and kids to read and play-act at home or in their communities.
The playwright and director returns to his former community.
The festival will feature readings of 8 new works for young audiences.
With works like ‘How We Got On’ and ‘This Is Modern Art,’ his plays are an intoxicating mix of hip-hop and social history.
The Playwrights’ Center will support the development of new works by Idris Goodwin, May Lee-Yang, and Tori Sampson.
Goodwin receives the opportunity to develop his script ‘HYPE MAN’ at the American Blues Theater.
The Minnesota company’s first year under artistic director Sarah Rasmussen will include world premieres from Philip Dawkins and Idris Goodwin, plus all-female Shakespeare.
The real-life story of jailhouse meetings between two music-loving siblings is the basis of a new play at B Street Theatre.
Two major critics diss a new play about graffiti and hip-hop culture, igniting a debate about privilege, race and who gets to tell young people’s stories.
Outgoing CFT artistic director Marissa Wolf’s final season includes plays by A. Rey Pamatmat, Idris Goodwin and a world premiere by Geetha Reddy.