Playwrights’ Center Core Writers can use their play development funds and time however they want. This often takes the form of a play development workshop with collaborators in our theater, but sometimes playwrights choose to do research... read more
Marion McClinton’s Police Boys takes place, says the script, in “a future you can touch with your hand.” That future is a moving thing, pushing out ahead of a play that started its long life at the Playwrights’ Center. It takes place in the... read more
This season, more than 50 productions of Playwrights’ Center-developed work can be stages across the country and abroad (see map).
April-May 2018, catch these Playwrights’ Center-developed pieces. Did we miss... read more
Quiver only got one reading because of a severe weather, but you all really made it count. Thanks to everyone who attended and helped Core Writer Meg Miroshnik take this moving new play to the next level. A few rehearsal photos are below; you... read more