WOS Special Edition: Topher Kielbasa

conducted by mike doyle on 5/16/13 md: I’m just kind of interested in your journey at The Theatre School from the beginning of the playwriting sequence until now. How have you seen your process change? tk: I guess at the beginning I really had no idea what the hell I was doing. I had never... Continue Reading →

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WOS Special Edition: Playwriting I Class

conducted by mike doyle on 5/16/13 md: If any of you guys want to talk about what it’s been like writing a play this year in the sequence in terms of what you’ve garnered from this class, what the process has been like from the beginning up until now. janie killips: For me, and I... Continue Reading →

WOS Special Edition: Lucas Baisch

conducted by mike doyle md: Why don’t you just talk to me about what the process has been preparing for Wrights of Spring. Feel free to talk about anywhere in the sequence, you can talk about the beginning of the year.. lb: How about the third year curriculum? Third year is very different from second... Continue Reading →

WOS Special Edition: Jessica Allison

conducted by mike doyle on 5/16/13 md: Just talk to me a little bit about what it’s been like getting ready for Wrights of Spring. You can talk about your experience in general in the playwriting sequence from the beginning of the courses in fall of 2011, or this year in particular working on this... Continue Reading →

WOS Special Edition: Matthew T. Messina

conducted by mike doyle on 5/16/13 md: What’s kind of been the process in terms of getting things ready for Wrights of Spring? You can talk about from the beginning of this year working on your play, or even the playwriting sequence in general.  mm: Yeah, so I guess I’ll start at the beginning of... Continue Reading →

Real Talk with Ike Holter

conducted by Catherine MillerI had heard tall tales of the playwright with the signature rollerblades, so when I scooted on over to the Garage Rep at Steppenwolf last spring, I knew exactly who Ike Holter was the minute I spotted him. Since its critically acclaimed run at the Garage Rep, Holter’s Hit the Wall has... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Gilbert Tanner

conducted by Mike Doyle On Sunday, April 28th, Gil Tanner joined me for an interview regarding his forthcoming play, A Tribute to Thick Leonard. The playwright displayed a jovial presence, nothing unusual for this Virginia native. We had a pleasant conversation regarding his process on the play and working on a fully-realized production. I wish... Continue Reading →

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