Seattle on HowlRound — discussions on the state of theater in Seattle

Seattle theater is the focus of discussion on HowlRound this week.

Getting Here, by Vincent Delaney
On how to nurture and strengthen playwrights and new-play development and promotion.
http://www.howlround.com/getting-here-by-vincent-delaney/ 

In Defense of Supporting Work by Women: Thoughts from a Loud Mouthed Feminist Theater Girl, by Meghan Arnette
About Live Girls! and the work they do promoting and producing women playwrights and their plays.
http://www.howlround.com/in-defense-of-supporting-work-by-women-thoughts-from-a-loud-mouthed-feminist-theater-girl-by-meghan-arnette/

The Evolution of the Icicle Creek Theatre Festival, by Allen Fitzpatrick
The work that the Icicle Creek Festival does to help develop new plays.
http://www.howlround.com/the-evolution-of-the-icicle-creek-theatre-festival-by-allen-fitzpatrick/

Asian American Theater in Seattle, by Kathy Hsieh
Making Seattle theater more representative and more meaningful to diverse audiences.  And less white!
http://www.howlround.com/asian-american-theater-in-seattle-by-kathy-hsieh/ 

Interview with Yussef el Guindi, by Vincent Delaney
Yussef el Guindi is probably best known in Seattle for his lovely, funny, lyrical play “Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World,” which premiered at ACT Theatre last year.
http://www.howlround.com/interview-with-yussef-el-guindi-by-vincent-delaney/

Love Letter to Seattle, by Stephanie Timm
Seattle playwright Stephanie Timm on Seattle’s theater greatness.
http://www.howlround.com/love-letter-to-seattle-by-stephanie-timm/

The David Dower Friday Phone Call # 25: Braden Abraham, with David Dower
An interview with Braden Abraham, Associate Artistic Director of Seattle Repertory Theatre, on their new playwrights’ group.
http://www.howlround.com/the-david-dower-friday-phone-call-25-braden-abraham/

 

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