Have you ever been so enraged that you’ve almost lost it? I’m talking the kind of red-hot rage that creeps behind the eyes, makes you tense and sweaty, brings you right up to the boiling point. You’re at the knife’s edge. If you act on this anger, there will be consequences. Life, as you know… Read More Strong Performances Elevate Pegasus’s ‘If You Split a Second’
LaNisa Frederick escapes through her words in Pegasus Players’ “The Gimmick” Dael Orlandersmith’s The Gimmick is a deeply personal and passionate piece that comes across like a slam poetry session. (I’ve never been to a slam poetry session, but I’d imagine this to be like one). A young girl, Alexis, reflects on her life growing… Read More Review: ‘The Gimmick’ @ Pegasus Players
Kids these days are terribly advanced. I remember when I was a teenager, I made stupid videos with my friend Jason, played the horn, and the biggest concern on my mind was that calculus test. Never would I have thought to write a brooding, impressionistic play about abuse and suicide. But that’s just what Kat… Read More 24th Annual Young Playwrights Festival
Let’s say you’re a young, aspiring playwright, and you feel you have something meaningful and unique to say. However, because your chosen craft requires various resources to represent your work, including a director, actors, lighting design, set, costumes, a venue — you name it — you might never have your talent nurtured, developed, or even… Read More Mommy, where do playwrights come from?