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"Has anyone bought your plays?" and other questions about dramatic publishing

Last week, I found out that my sixth play is going to be published (you can read about it in a previous post) and I received a ton of congratulatory texts and facebook messages from family and friends who are really excited for me…even if the whole concept of what it means for a play to be “published” baffles them. 730 more words

Theater

Sneak Peek into our competition venue, the IMH!

Our engagement team went on a site visit to the Institute of Mental Health last week! During the visit, we were introduced to various spaces, facilities where our Game-Master Becca D’Bus aka Eugene Tan considered as possible spaces, places and inspiration in coming out this year’s competition stimuli. 321 more words

Writing And Community

28 Mile Day, in Four Acts


ACT ONE: A sand beach decends into a glass-surfaced lake. A solitary lifeguard tower stands, white and unused. A few pine trees protect two small camping tents; clothing hangs from the branches; a hiking backpack hangs from a particularly sturdy branch. 499 more words

About SUBMITTING PLAYS TO THEATRES AND CONTESTS

A playwright I know constantly brags (with a pretense of shyness) about the vast numbers of plays she writes that are produced in any given year. 193 more words

Time for Friday Night Writes

Are You In for Friday Night Writes? .

Here’s how you do it: come home from work, sit your butt in a chair and write til you drop. 45 more words

Sea Monster

Homeless.

A: It won’t take long to adjust to the cold. Once your core is cold, that’s it. Won’t feel it anywhere else.

B: Won’t I loose liver function or something? 337 more words

Writing

Playwriting with Amy Bethan Evans.

Playwright and dramaturg Amy Bethan Evans is a visionary writer and Bristol-based creative. She has just completed a ‘Write to Play’ a training programme with the inspiring and ground-breaking Graeae Theatre Company. 726 more words

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