THERE WILL BE BLOOD
The Debate Society Takes Bushwick

Theater

It was a dark and stormy night in Brooklyn. Clichéd, yes, but when I sat down for an outdoor dinner and drinks with two-thirds of the Debate Society, it literally was.

In A Small Room With An Unpredictable Person:
Filling Up on The Pumpkin Pie Show with Mac Rogers

Theater

It was supposed to be a lark. My wife and I were in the middle of a busy Friday evening, but The Pumpkin Pie Show: Commencement was supposed to be pretty short. I knew the writer, Clay McLeod Chapman, from a skit show I was periodically working on with the Rapid Response Team.

Trimming the Fat
Samuel D. Hunter with Tommy Smith

Theater

Sam Hunter and I share a lot of things in common. We both graduated from the playwriting program at Juilliard. As recipients of the PONY Fellowship—a program that grants a writer a midtown living space for a year—we have lived in the same exact apartment, albeit in different years.

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