Today’s Weekend Feature in The Washington Post Arts section profiles five playwrights reflecting on the process of writing and revising their Charles MacArthur/Helen Hayes Award nominated new plays.
We’re particularly proud of Renee Calarco and the wonderful reflecting on the process of making THE RELIGION THING; an 8 year process that led to a highly successful run last winter.
As ANDY AND THE SHADOWS enters into a weekend of preview performances, let’s pay homage to some other new plays recently opened, or soon to open around town. We’ll give folks a chance to respond to the spring awakening of many engaging new works, including:
Mike Daisey’s AMERICAN UTOPIAS at Woolly Mammoth…
Tazwell Thompson’s MARY T. & LIZZY K. at Arena Stage…
And soon to be opening at Round House Theatre, HOW TO WRITE A BOOK OF THE BIBLE.
Will let student subscribers and others share their opinions here about these new productions, and possibly any other new work bursting forth this month.