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Amy Herzog’s Plays Are Quiet, but Audiences Can’t Look Away
SCRIPTWRITING | SCREENPLAY

Amy Herzog’s Plays Are Quiet, but Audiences Can’t Look Away

She has become known an Ibsen whisper, bringing “An Enemy of the People” to Broadway this spring, along with a play of her own, which stars Rachel McAdams. As she worked on an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s play “An Enemy of the People,” Amy Herzog said, “I felt like I was trying to channel him,

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On sustaining freedom in your creative process

The Creative Independent is a vast resource of emotional and practical guidance. We publish Guides , Focuses , Tips , Interviews , and more to help you thrive as a creative person. Explore our website to find wisdom that speaks to you and your practice… Prelude Claudia Dey Claudia Dey ’s third novel, Daughter (FSG

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Scotsman Obituaries: Oliver Emanuel, award-winning writer of stage and radio plays
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Scotsman Obituaries: Oliver Emanuel, award-winning writer of stage and radio plays

Oliver Emanuel, playwright. Born: 4 April 1980 in Pembury, Kent. Died: 19 December 2023​ in Perth, aged 43 Oliver Emanuel pictured at an awards ceremony in London in 2022 (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock) Oliver Emanuel, who has died aged 43 after being diagnosed with brain cancer last spring, was a true 21st-century leader on the Scottish

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PLAYWRITING | STAGEPLAY

Ma-Yi Names New Writers Group Members

NEW YORK CITY: Ma-Yi Theater Company has announced the newest members of the Ma-Yi Writers Lab, the largest collective of Asian American and Pacific Islander playwrights in the country. The new members include Nina Ki, Kalina Ko, Claro de los Reyes, ayla xuân chi Sullivan, Gaven D. Trinidad, Seayoung Yim, and Max Yu. The Ma-Yi

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Review: Center Rep’s ‘Red Bike’ is liberated writing

Nowhere but America could have created the setting of “Red Bike.” Not long ago, the town was rural. The old bus driver remembers corn and wheat; driving along, he points out a part of town that “used to be happening.” Even now, a lonely water tower stands out on the skyline, and the rest of

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