Annie Baker: Laughing at the LaughBy Carly Mensch
I think its funny when playwrights talk about theater being this dialogue between the play and the audience, as if the audience is actually allowed to participate. I almost think its something we playwrights tell ourselves to feel better about trapping people in the dark with no food or bathroom breaks.
Our Passion PlayBy Corina Copp
On April 24th, after a fire alarm went off during tech rehearsal and propelled the fully-costumed cast of Sarah Ruhls Passion Play out into the Fort Greene night, a Brooklyn fireman got his chance to thank Jesus personally for all hed done for humankind.
Interesting Times with the Nerve TankBy Jake Witlen
In June of 1966, Robert F. Kennedy stood in front of a crowd of youthful supporters in Cape Town, South Africa and delivered a speech on the importance of individual liberty, apartheid, and the need for greater civil rights.
Drenched: Emily DeVotis MILKBy Anne Washburn
Anne Washburn: I suppose my question is, in setting a play on a working dairy farm are you writing about what you had, or about what you didnt have?