While this influential new-play conference developed plenty of new work, it also developed racist and sexist practices, say many artists and staff, necessitating a change of leadership.
The selected playwrights will receive workshops and readings as part of PlayPenn’s 2020 play development conference.
The selected writers will develop their plays through workshops and public readings at the conference.
To get the most out of a staged reading, communicate early and often so that everyone is on the same page.
The new-play conference will feature work by Dominic Taylor, J. Julian Christopher, Lindsay Joelle, Mattie J. Hawkinson, Ray Yamanouchi, and Sevan Kaloustian Greene.
The new-play conference in Philadelphia will include workshops and readings of six new plays.
The Philadelphia-based organization will present readings of new works by Mickey Fisher and Kara Lee Corthron.
After months of delays, the new home of five Philadelphia theatre companies welcomes its first audiences.
New plays get a chance to stretch out in Philly’s “development heaven.”
JT Rogers, Eric Pfeffinger, Ellen Struve and David J. Jacobi will join Philadelphia-based playwrights Genne Murphy and James Ijames at summer new-play gathering.