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Diversionary bursts back into action in Season 36 four new works exploring how our LGBTQ community defines home. These ambitious new works penned by emergent and daring LGBTQ theatre makers spin stories with love, rage, honesty, humor, and hope to discover how we find home in others and ourselves.
Produced by Michael Urie and Doug Nevin, Pride Plays is a festival of play readings that will amplify LGBTQIA voices in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.
The “Meet the Fellows” series introduces you to the current class of DGF Fellows. Each of these writers and writing teams have proven themselves to be leaders of the craft whose work we expect to be enjoying for years to come.
Jeremy, along wth collaborator Sam Salmond, have been chosen to be Fellows with DRamatist Guild Foundation. The Fellows program is a selective, nine-month intensive for playwrights, composers, lyricists, and bookwriters. The program pairs talented writers with accomplished professional mentors, who help them hone their process, and find their unique voices. They will continue to develop their musical Eighty-Sixed.
Young adult novels handle the tough issues that go hand-in-hand with coming of age and show how teens deal with all the firsts of life—and teach them how to come to terms with the hands they’ve been dealt. For teens with the indie spirit, here are FOREWORD REVIEWS top ten YA releases of 2014...