Posts tagged David Fristrom
Episode 2.09: Early Career Playwrights Special, Part 1

In this episode, I’ve assembled four self-identifying early career playwrights, Jackie Davis, David Fristrom, James Wilkinson, and Sharisse Zeeronian. I’ve had each of them come prepared to ask the one burning question they have about the business of playwriting. To help answer them, I’ve assemble a panel of experts: Ilana Brownstein of Company One, playwright Patrick Gabridge, and Boston Playwrights Theatre’s Kate Snodgrass. The conversation that ensues I hope will be a valuable resource to playwrights of all experience levels. It contains much of the information that I wish I had 15 years ago. Part 1 of 2.

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What do you not know about playwriting?

The next two episodes of the podcast will be quite different. Instead of featuring one playwright with a reading and interview, we’ve assemble four early career playwrights and asked them what’s the one thing they’d most like to know about the business of playwright. What’s their burning question? In this post, I explain why.

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