Tag Archives: career

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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