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Dialogue 5.2: Marcus Gardley
Core Writer Marcus Gardley talks about his play dance of the holy ghosts, why he's returning to the play after five years, and the influence of poetry on his work.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 12/18/2011
Digital publication details: 10 pages.

Dialogue 6.4: Joe Waechter
Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellow Joe Waechter discusses his new play PROFILES, how he got started as a playwright and where he finds inspiration.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 01/28/2013
Digital publication details: 9 pages.

Dialogue 6.3: Adam Kraar
Playwrights' Center Core Writer Adam Kraar discusses his new play THE KARPOVSKY VARIATIONS, the impact of family history and myths, and how music propels the play's journey.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 01/06/2013
Digital publication details: 9 pages.

Dialogue 6.5: Andy Bragen
Playwrights' Center Core Writer Andy Bragen discusses writing plays for one actor, where he finds inspiration, and tennis "hackers."
Uploaded by pwcenter on 02/27/2013
Digital publication details: 9 pages.

2009-10 Season Brochure
Upcoming staged readings, showcases, and productions at the Playwrights' Center.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 09/01/2009
Digital publication details: 30 pages.

Dialogue 3.6: Barbara Field
Barbara Field talks about her humorous and insightful new play THE DWINDLES, as well as founding the Playwrights' Center, what hasn't changed about play development in the last thirty years, and how she found peace with the weather in Minneapolis.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 02/11/2010
Digital publication details: 7 pages.

Dialogue 3.1: Dominic Orlando
The Ruth Easton New Play Series kicks off with Dominic Orlando's THE SENSE OF WHAT SHOULD BE. We sat down with Dominic to talk about the play, its upcoming production by Workhaus Collective, and his recent collaboration with Dominique Serrand.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 09/21/2009
Digital publication details: 7 pages.

Dialogue 3.2: Keli Garrett
We spoke with Core Writer Keli Garrett about her new play SPACE, which charts the connections - both literal and cultural - between Hurricane Katrina and the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927. On the way, she told us her design ideas, what it's like working creatively with her husband (director Dominic Taylor), and her Star Trek influence.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 10/19/2009
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Dialogue 3.4: Sherry Kramer
We talk with Sherry Kramer about THE BAY OF FUNDY and why she always wanted to write a play about money. We also find out why her stage directions are so beautifully written and why the objects in her plays are larger than life.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 12/21/2009
Digital publication details: 7 pages.

Dialogue 3.3: Rhiana Yazzie
Rhiana Yazzie talks about her play ADY, the next play in the Ruth Easton New Play Series.
Uploaded by pwcenter on 11/24/2009
Digital publication details: 7 pages.
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