*Or, The Most Epic Publications Post Ever: Monica Bauer’s Three Men With Guns is included in The Best New Ten-Minute Plays, 2021 from Applause Books and her Vivian’s Music, 1969 is available from Original Works Publishing…
Happy first performance of Burning—which runs until March 23—to Ginger Lazarus and everyone at Theatre@First!
Playwriting alums Ginger Lazarus, K. Alexa Mavromatis, and Dawn Simmons led a lunchtime session for playwrights and directors at StageSource’s 2017 Conference Arts Activism: Where Do You Fit In? It was an amazing way to spend a Saturday!
Happy [slightly belated!] opening of Burning—which began performances in NYC yesterday afternoon at The Theatre at St. Clement’s in a production by Resonance Ensemble—to Ginger Lazarus! (You may remember the play from our 2013-14 season.) Burning runs until Feb. 27, in rep with the classic that inspired it: Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac. See both plays […]
Happy opening of The Houskeeper—which opens tonight here at BPT in a production by Fresh Ink Theatre—to Ginger Lazarus! The Housekeeper runs until Jan. 30. Read more more about the play and Fresh Ink’s current season here.
Burning reunion: (L-R) star Mal Malme, playwright Ginger Lazarus, and assistant stage manager Will Carter at last night’s Boston My Theatre Awards. (According to Mal, the fine ensemble work of this group even extended to this photo — it was Will’s phone, but she hit the button. Great job, guys!) Congratulations Ginger!!!
It’s hard to believe that — with the closing of Burning this weekend — we will also bid farewell to Cy’s, where all of us in the office at BPT have been seeking hydration for the past month. (Cy borrowed our water cooler for her general store.) Jake and I are fond of saying, “I’m […]
Hear scenes from some of the plays Rhombus playwrights’ group has developed over the past ten years in the anniversary extravaganza It Came From Rhombus! The evening will include readings of work by past and present Rhombus members, which is a roster of BPT and BTM alums. Proceeds from the event will benefit Rhombus’ creative […]
Burning began three years ago as a project with Queer Soup Theater. I had a little whim to write a lesbian version of Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac that led to an evening of one-acts on the theme “queering the classics.” And that led to BPT’s involvement; a longer play; many, many drafts; and finally the […]
Our amazing intern Alexis (a senior at The Boston Conservatory, and a talented theatre artist in her own right) is putting together a series of interviews with this season’s playwrights to post here. Listen to what Ginger Lazarus has to say about the origins of her play Burning — and what she learned during the […]