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In an interview for publication in the Broadway Issue of The Dramatist, Jeanine Tesori shares her process and talks about the musical inspiration for her award-winning Violet and Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center.

 

Originally Recorded in 2002 for The Dramatist.

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrtesori.aspx

Direct download: ITR_Tesori.mp3
Category:On Writing -- posted at: 2:04 PM
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In a conversation recorded in 1994, John Guare, playwright of House of Blue Leaves and Six Degrees of Separation, talks about his creative process and how returning to his writing journal helps shape his plays.

 

Originally Recorded in 1994

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrguare.aspx 

Direct download: ITR_Guare.mp3
Category:On Writing -- posted at: 1:34 PM
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As a part of the Dramatists Guild and Dramatists Guild Fund’s Traveling Masters Program Andrew Lippa, the award-winning writer of The Wild Party and Broadway’s recent Big Fish, talks to theatre students and Guild members about his process and how challenging events in our lives can influence our art.  

 

Originally recorded in 2013 as a part of the Dramatists Guild and Dramatists Guild Fund’s Traveling Masters Program.

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrlippa.aspx

Direct download: ITRLippa.mp3
Category:Dramatists and Their Work -- posted at: 2:44 PM
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Joining Maria Pallante (US Registrar of Copyrights) are Council members Stephen Schwartz and Doug Wright along with DG Regional Rep Gwydion Suilebhan and Executive Director of Business Affairs Ralph Sevush talking about the effect of owning their work and how copyright empowers dramatists around the country.

 

Originally Recorded at the Library of Congress in 2014

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/copyrightmatters02.aspx

Direct download: ITRcopyright02.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:24 PM
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In a recent event held at the US Copyright Office, Maria Pallante, US Registrar of Copyrights and Director of the United States Copyright Office, discusses the laws providing protection of an author's work and their impact on a dramatist’s means to make a living.  

 

Originally Recorded at the Library of Congress in 2014

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/copyrightmatters01.aspx

Direct download: ITRcopyright01.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:23 PM
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Council member and award-winning playwright Tina Howe shares her unique process and talks about discovering the world of her play before writing a single word.

 

Originally Recorded in 1993

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrhowe.aspx

Direct download: ITRHowe.mp3
Category:On Writing -- posted at: 2:40 PM
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In a DG series on craft, John Patrick Shanley, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of this season’s Outside Mullingar and Doubt: A Parable, discusses his preparation to writing and shares insight to his process.




Originally Recorded in 1994

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrshanley.aspx

Direct download: ITRShanley.mp3
Category:Dramatists and Their Work -- posted at: 3:41 PM
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Christopher Durang, this year’s Tony Award-winning playwright of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, joins theatre students and fellow Guild members for a conversation on craft and collaborations that lead up to his recent success on Broadway.    



Originally recorded in 2013 at Point Park University as part of The Dramatists Guild Mentoring Artists Tour.

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/durang2013.aspx 

Direct download: ITRDurang2013.m4a
Category:Dramatists and Their Work -- posted at: 7:26 PM
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As any dramatist can attest, it isn’t easy to balance a day job with a personal life and find time for writing. At a DG event in Boston, Kirsten Greenidge, New Dramatists Alumni and playwright of Milk Like Sugar, joined members for a conversation about prioritizing and managing the pressures of production with a full life.



Originally recorded in 2013 at The Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrgreenidge.aspx

Direct download: ITR_Greenidge.mp3
Category:On Writing -- posted at: 2:39 PM
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Two award-winning lyricists, Martin Charnin and Gretchen Cryer, discuss the road to production and the process of rewriting.



Originally Recorded in 1990

http://www.dramatistsguild.com/eventseducation/itrcryercharnin.aspx 

Direct download: ITR_Charnin_Cryer.mp3
Category:Dramatists and Their Work -- posted at: 4:39 PM
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