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playwright

a person who writes plays
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Uric acid," interpolated the wild Irish playwright.
Jester and Svich asked 25 British and 25 American playwrights what a playwright is, how the audience influences their work, and how playwriting and the playwright fit into the digital age of storytelling.
Most of the volume's contributions are general portraits of a single playwright: they provide relevant biographical information; an overview of major and minor works; a close reading of one or two plays in particular; and relevant context on the prevailing theatrical norms and tendencies of the time period, including how the playwright either embraced or eschewed them.
Com' - Playwright and director: George de Jesus III
Susan H Pak, assistant professor in residence, will spend the semester with Chicago Dramatists as a resident playwright.
The death of legendary American playwright Edward Albee, at the age of 88, marks the end of an era.
The result is an informed and informative compendium that should be considered a "must read" by anyone contemplating becoming a successful playwright whether it be for film, stage, or television.
Reinelt's clearly articulated understanding of Edgar's development and the insightful readings of his plays call attention to the historic and literary importance of the playwright.
7 -- (BNA) Bahraini writer and playwright, Hamad Al-Shehabi, announced that his latest Book under the title of: (First Love in the Life of Napoleon Bonaparte) is currently being translated from Arabic into English by Dr.
Andy is a playwright, director and poet from Middlesbrough.
They are David Williamson, who has since become Australia's leading playwright; John Romeril, a standard-bearer of Australian alternative theatre and its collaborative values; Richard Murphet, an experimental post-modern playwright with roots in the avant garde; Jenny Kemp, a writer-director whose theatre is notable for merging elements of text, design, sound, image, and movement; Alma De Groen, a politically engaged feminist playwright; and Stephen Sewell, a major Australian playwright who writes politically-oriented plays and screenplays.
As a collaborator, Mohica brings her history of being nurtured by Spiderwoman Theatre and her experience as an actor and playwright and collaborator with Turtle Gals Performance Ensemble.