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Compelling Stories: Playwrights 2011 (WIT #395)

Compelling Stories: Playwrights 2011Compelling Stories: Playwrights 2011

The panel of playwrights – Kristoffer Diaz, Kate Fodor, Rajiv Joseph, Young Jean Lee and Tarell Alvin McCraney – discuss how and why they became involved in theatre; whether their writing comes from their own life experiences or that of others, or both; how their writing develops and evolves; what challenges their imagination; how their work is viewed by audiences in other countries; and the importance of diversity being reflected in theatre.

Original airdate – January 23, 2011.
Running time – 1:00:00.

For more information, to watch online, or to download the episode go to Working in the Theatre’s Compelling Stories: Playwrights 2011 program page.

You can also download directly the Compelling Stories: Playwrights 2011 program (mp4).

Posted on Monday, January 24th, 2011 at 10:21 am
Filed under: Author, Video, Working in the Theatre.

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