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Tag: dramaturg

How to Write a New Play Exchange (NPX) Recommendation

No matter how you write your recommendation, writers are grateful. We love knowing that people are reading and enjoying our work. The most important thing is that you keep your recommendations positive. New Play Exchange is not the place to attack playwrights, it’s the place to celebrate them.

What is Dramaturgy: About the Field and Its History

I have mentions all over my website about dramaturgy, but how many of you know what a dramaturg is?

Working From Home in Theatre

Just because we can’t participate in in-person projects right now, doesn’t mean we have to cease all theatre participation indefinitely.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: An Audio Drama

In this time of uncertainty we are all looking for an escape, well your wait is over! DAM Good Productions’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream: An Audio Drama is here!

A Midsummer Bayou Dream

A few days into planning and recording our audio drama, director Daniel Mesta had the thought to add another layer to this production of Shakespeare’s classic “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. He introduced the connections to New Orleans. What other connections do you find between New Orleans and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream?”

A Midsummer Interview with Daniel Mesta

“I hope that people emerge from this with a newfound sense of wonder at what creative people do.” ~Daniel Mesta

Relationships and A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Shakespeare and I have always had a bit of a difficult relationship. From reading his plays in my high school English class to seeing a couple performances at Shakespeare’s Globe in London on a study abroad with my university it’s been a long and bumpy road. Much like my complicated relationship with the Bard himself, many of the characters in his plays have complicated relationships.

An Escape from Reality

Everyone has their own way of escaping from reality. DAM Good Productions presents, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream: An Audio Drama.” Coming soon to audio streaming near you!

When I Grow Up…

When I grew up, I became a teacher, I work with writers, and I study history. So, how did I manage to do everything I wanted to do? I became a dramaturg.