The current and outgoing cohort of the D.C. playwriting collective reflect on 3 years of pandemic pivot, internal strain, and transformative growth.
Live sound mixing, audience wearing headphones—today’s sound designers aren’t just on the sidelines anymore, they’re centerstage.
Loosely modeled after playwrights collectives before them, the D.C. group passes the torch.
The Washington Post columnist and playwright discusses her influences, the election, and the Welders.
Ten leaders of color from the D.C. Metro area will receive development and networking opportunities.
The last of the founding members of the playwrights’ collective will take his turn at the helm.
The D.C.–based playwrights collective has found their replacements, who’ll take over in 2016 and steer the company in some new directions.
From Orbiter 3 to the Workhaus Collective, companies have taken 13P’s playwright-focused production model and put their own spin on it.
From the Welders, to cheap tickets at Huntington Theatre Company, to August Wilson on the radio, to all the Lucy Thurber plays you can ever want—this month in national news.