An attorney on the frontline of Native American rights, and the playwright of ‘Sovereignty’ and ‘Manahatta,’ Nagle will create a work inspired by stories of the region.
The company is launching another fellowship program to lower barriers for playwrights entering the industry.
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.