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  • Playwright Spotlight: Amy Zipperer

    Playwright Spotlight: Amy Zipperer

    Game of Life [Quickies Vol. 14, June 2013] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for The Game of Life come from? I teach creative writing, and quite often we use artifacts from the classroom as inspiration for short writing activities.  One afternoon we used a board game as an inspiration source, and I became really interested in the […]

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  • Quickies 14: Playwright Spotlights

    Quickies 14: Playwright Spotlights

    QUICKIES VOLUME 14, JUNE 7 – 15 (Get your tickets NOW!) Need more Quickies goodness!? Visit the Quickies 14 blog for more from the cast and crew. ___________________________ What makes a playwright tick? Where do they get their ideas? What are their favorite words? Playwright Spotlights give you a chance to see directly into the minds of the fabulous women […]

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  • Quickies Volume 14

    Quickies Volume 14

    June 7th – 15 2013 Fri/Sat @ 8pm | Sat @ 4pm | PWYC Mon June 10th @ 8pm Theatre Off Jackson | 409 – 7th Avenue South | Seattle, WA 98104 Tickets: Advance $18 General * $15 Student/Senior * 18 and under $5 At the door $20 General * $17 Student/Senior * $7 18 and under Special […]

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  • Protected: Quickies 14 Scripts

    Protected: Quickies 14 Scripts

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Rachel Atkins

    Playwright Spotlight: Rachel Atkins

    Author, Black Like Us and This is Not September 11, Cupcake Reading Series [March 2013] Where did the idea come from? Both Black Like Us and This is Not September 11 started as 10 minute plays. Black Like Us was written for the Layer Cake workshop at Live Girls this past fall on the theme “exploration and discovery.” This is Not September […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Gillian Jorgensen

    Playwright Spotlight: Gillian Jorgensen

    Author, Little Mishmash [Quickies Volume 14, June 2013] Author, No Way Out, Cupcake Reading Series [March 2013] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for your play come from? Little Mishmash began as a sample scene for a possible circus act. I loved the characters so much that I switched it up and focused on what might be kept […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Kristen Palmer

    Playwright Spotlight: Kristen Palmer

    Author, The Melting Point, Cupcake Reading Series [March 2013] Kristen Palmer is a playwright currently living in Brooklyn.  Her produced plays include All the Girls Love Bobby Kennedy (Point of Contention Theatre), The Stray Dog (Rising Pheonix Rep), Local Story (Overlap Productions, Theatre of NOTE, Capital Fringe) and Departures and Something Decent (Blue Coyote).  Her awards include a Jerome Fellowship, Dramatist Guild Fellowship, and Connecticut […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Kelsey Wilk

    Playwright Spotlight: Kelsey Wilk

    Author of Simon Fairchild, Cupcake Reading Series, [March 2013] Kelsey Wilk is an actor and writer living in Seattle. After graduating from the Cornish College of the Arts Original Works program in May of 2012, she went on to become a casting intern at Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago, Illinois. While the casting room at one […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Juliet Waller Pruzan

    Playwright Spotlight: Juliet Waller Pruzan

    Edge of the World, [Cupcake Reading Series, Sept. 2013] Gulch, [Cupcake Reading Series, March 2013] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for Edge of the World come from? I was working on a couple of different things including a rewrite of a play with dancers and actors I did in Memphis last fall. Then I went to a […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Joanna Horowitz

    Playwright Spotlight: Joanna Horowitz

    Author Miss End of the World, Etc, Cupcake Reading Series [March 2013] Seattle-based playwright, actor, and country singer Joanna Horowitz is proud to have worked with Northwest companies Seattle Repertory Theatre, On the Boards, Annex Theatre, Balagan Theatre, 14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival, Macha Monkey, Capitol Hill Arts Center, and Live Girls! Theater. In 2011, her country […]

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