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What is a Dramaturg? The Millionth, Billionth Explanation

For me, this isn’t the most interesting question. But I should have known when I put “Playwright, Dramaturg, and Screenwriter” on my business card, it would come up all the time. As if my last name weren’t a cause for … Continue reading

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A Public Blog: HowlRound Emerging Playwright Economics

Check out my latest article here on HowlRound. Inspired by Brevity’s creative nonfiction blog¬†and the support my family and friends have been sending me, I realized I needed to make a public statement, a public hashing out of what I’m … Continue reading

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Third Time’s the Charm? Way Beyond a Theatre Review-Chair with Man

Just a week ago I was not in Toronto but in Lansing, MI to watch the production of my third play,¬†Chair with Man, through Michigan State’s Theatre and English Departments. It may not have been the first time to see … Continue reading

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On Stage: MMLA 2013

I love that I have friends from many different stages of life. Why? Because they still support and push me. Every once and a while, I need someone who knows my history to give me a little boost–especially when its … Continue reading

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