A longtime friend recalls her groundbreaking mentor’s instinctive generosity, grace, and practical advice.
A director and friend recalls the fabulousness of the playwright’s sensibility, which naturally found expression in her characters.
The foundation recognizes Tina Howe, Adrienne Kennedy, Dave Harris, Kit Yan, and Melissa Li.
As she retires from leading the Hunter College MFA playwriting program, I’m grateful for what she taught me about plays—and about life.
Why is it, playwright Tina Howe wonders out loud before an audience of women, that men can write with knuckles bared but women have to pull their punches?
Two major playwrights reflect on the role of gender in their writing and in their careers.