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
Thanks to everyone who attended the readings of Three Quarter Inches of Sky by Core Writer Sherry Kramer, part of our 2017-18 Ruth Easton New Play Series. A few rehearsal photos are below; you can... read more