This month Brian talks to the producing artistic director of Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis about supporting writers, following a unicorn, and teaching doctors to write.
In this excerpt from the new novel ‘We Play Ourselves,’ a playwright navigates the highs and lows of an Off-Broadway opening night.
There’s no shortage of exciting new writing for the stage. But are we in a Golden Age of playwriting?
The Minnesota company builds community around dramatists with its annual 10-day festival devoted to developing new work.
This two-stage theatre makes a home for innovative new works, with frequent world premieres and no play older than five years.
The 150 featured plays, by scribes ranging from Emily Mann to Will Eno, represent a stirring spectrum of dramatic voices.