Heidi Schreck is an actor and playwright living in Brooklyn. She is currently playing Luciana in The Comedy of Errors in Shakespeare in the Park. Her newest play Grand Concourse will be part of the Cape Cod Theater Festival this July.
MAY 2013 | Theater
This guy is tougher than Shakespeare, jokes Larry Pine during a rehearsal of Lucas Hnaths A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay about the Death of Walt Disney.
MAY 2007 | Theater
God’s Ear is both formally inventive and also psychologically grounded, a narrative arc that unfolds organically and with stunning emotional impact.
OCT 2005 | Theater
MRS. R Stucco is so practical isnt it? and it brings the room into three dimensions.
JANET The room is in three dimensions.
MAR 2008 | Theater
I have to admit I stole this title off the internet. Someone asked me to make a play a couple of years ago and I was feeling like I didnt know how to do anything, So I said Sure! Ill make a play! And its going to be all about failure! So I Google searched the word (not something I normally do, and not a way I normally write but) and I found all these curious facts and artifacts and websitesone of them is called The Institute of Failurethat one is really beautifulif it still existsand one of them was a blog called Hello, Failure with the sub headline failure is the new success! Im not sure I agree with that last part, but I liked the words hello and failure together, the welcoming of itit seemed sane to be so friendly toward it but I didnt like the comma! Somehow the comma closes down the phrase for me. I cant explain it exactly. Its intuitive.
JUL-AUG 2006 | Theater
After years and years of wooden language, the young Romanian playwrights are now trying to actually reinvent a spoken, everyday language, and its a tough battle. Iulia Popovici