Category: Kate Snodgrass

Opening of ‘Still Waiting’

October 13th, 2016 in Alums, Blog, Kate Snodgrass, Melinda Lopez, new plays, short plays


Happy opening of Still Waiting to our own Melinda Lopez and Kate Snodgrass, frequent BTM playwright Sheri Wilner, and everyone at Boston College! This collection of three new short plays—which runs along with the classic Waiting for Lefty by Clifford Odets—puts the still-relevant concerns of workers into the modern day, including stories that focus on income and labor inequality in fields such as laboratory science, nursing, and plumbing.

Snodgrass’s ‘The Last Bark’

June 2nd, 2016 in Alums, Blog, Kate Snodgrass, new plays, short plays, Steve Barkhimer


Happy opening night to our fearless leader Kate Snodgrass and all our friends at Sleeping Weazel, on this opening night of The Birds and the Bees!

Kate selected for 2015 Tanne Foundation award

September 9th, 2015 in Alums, Blog, Kate Snodgrass


Congratulations to our fearless leader: Kate is one of eight artists selected by the Tanne Foundation for its 2015 awards! The Boston-based foundation's mission is to underscore the importance of supporting individual artists with unrestricted funding. Read more about the Tanne Foundation and the rest of this year's grant recipients here. Go Kate!

Greetings from the DG 2015 National Conference

July 23rd, 2015 in Alums, Blog, Dramatists Guild, Karmo Sanders, Kate Snodgrass, Lydia Diamond, Mary Conroy, new plays


Kate represented Team BPT at last week's Dramatists Guild National Conference in La Jolla, CA. Here she is with Lydia Diamond and David Rambo...

KS_at_DG_2 action as the moderator of the Women Writing Women panel (with Winnie Holzman, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Georgia Stitt, Lisa Kron, and Julia Jordan)...


...hanging with DG President Doug Wright...


...and relaxing with fellow playwrights (all of whom have ties to BPT and Boston) Mary Conroy, Robbie D'Allessandro, Karmo Sanders, and Jami Brandli.

If you missed the Conference, check out HowlRound's livestream archive of select sessions (including the one Kate moderated) and #writechange from home!

Kate at GPTC

June 2nd, 2015 in Alums, Blog, John Greiner-Ferris, Kate Snodgrass, new plays

Kate, Connie, Kevin

Kate just returned from the Great Plains Theatre Conference, where she responded to new plays written by playwrights from all over the country and got to spend time with friends old and new! Here she is (left) with playwright Constance Congdon and GPTC Artistic Director Kevin Lawler.


And here's Kate again with a gaggle (flock? pride?) of playwrights, including alum John Greiner-Ferris (second from left).

Ready for rehearsal

March 3rd, 2015 in Alums, Blog, Kate Snodgrass, new plays, short plays, Steve Barkhimer

badassKate has a new play (starring Steve Barkhimer) in the latest from Sleeping Weazel!

Guess who’s Cumming to dinner?

April 30th, 2014 in Alan Cumming, Blog, boston university, Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, Kate Snodgrass

Look who ended up seated right next to guest of honor Alan Cumming at dinner on Monday night, when the award-winning actor/director/producer/activist was in town to speak about his life and career in Metcalf Hall. Cumming's papers are now part of the collection at BU's Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center. Willkommen!

Kate, Alan Cumming, and Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center Director Vita Paladino
Kate, Alan Cumming, and Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center Director Vita Paladino

Alumni news, in brief:

September 24th, 2013 in Alums, Blog, Dan Hunter, Karen Zacarías, Kate Snodgrass, Monica Bauer, new plays, Steve Barkhimer

The world premiere of Karen Zacarías' Just Like Us (based on the book by Helen Thorpe) opens at the Denver Center Theatre Company on Oct. 4...

Central Square Theater will host a reading of Dan Hunter's latest play, Black Cat, on Oct. 1...

Monica Bauer's solo show The Year I Was Gifted opens in NYC -- part of Stage Left Studios' Women at Work Festival -- this weekend...

Steve Barkhimer hits the stage this week in Ginger Lazarus' Burning here at BPT, days before putting on his playwright hat for his own show Windowmen...

Kate Snodgrass will appear in Sleeping Weazel's The Madness of Small Worlds (in the short play Wrench by Elana Greenfield) at The Paramount Center next month...

Kate to discuss God of Carnage

September 19th, 2013 in Alums, Blog, boston theatre, Kate Snodgrass

Tonight, Kate is the special guest for the post-play discussion of Elements Theatre Company's God of Carnage...

Alumni news, in brief:

September 10th, 2013 in Alums, Anna Renée Pattison, Blog, Cliff Odle, Jonathon Myers, Kate Snodgrass

August Wilson

Cliff Odle is one of the producers (as well as director and actor in different installments) of The Emancipated Century: August Wilson's 10-Play Cycle, presented by The Trotter Institute and the Performing Arts Department of the University of Massachusetts. The series -- which wraps in January -- includes FREE readings of all ten plays in Wilson's Century Cycle and related events. Next up: The Piano Lesson on Sept. 23...

This fall, Anna Renée Hansen begins work on a PhD in Drama at the joint doctoral program at the University of California (UC) Irvine and UC San Diego. She will specialize in the consciousness of theatre, queer theatre, and Indian aesthetics...

Kate Snodgrass will emcee the Nora Theatre Company's A Night to Remember: A Tribute to Mimi Huntington on Sept. 23...

Here's the trailer for Jonathon Myers' latest project, the interactive radio drama Codename Cygnus...