Tell us a little about your play. The play is about three brothers in New Hampshire on July 4th while they’re waiting for their father to return from a hunting trip (an illegal one, by the way—although that’s not germane to the story). Their mother is downstairs weeping into the jello salad, and the play […]
This morning BPT got a visit from our friends…
Happy first preview to playwright alum (and Professor Emerita of the Practice of Playwriting) Kate Snodgrass, whose new play The Art of Burning is at Hartford Stage (after being produced by Huntington Theatre Company earlier this year) through March 26. Congratulations, Kate!
Happy first preview to playwright alum (and Professor Emerita of the Practice of Playwriting) Kate Snodgrass, whose new play The Art of Burning is being produced by Huntington Theatre Company and runs through Feb. 12. Congratulations, Kate!
BPT Artistic Director and MFA Program Director Kate Snodgrass was among those honored on May 8 during the final faculty meeting of the year. Dean Stan Sclaroff and Acting Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Programs and Policies Arianne Chernock honored the winners of this year’s CAS teaching awards. “Professor Snodgrass has helped make BU the premiere […]
We are honored to be featured in the new issue of The Dramatist, in a piece written by Visiting Professor of Playwriting Gary Garrison: I’ve written three fan letters in my life: one to the Monkees when I was ten years old (I had a mad crush on Micky Dolenz), one to Lucille Ball when […]
From the March/April 2019 issue of The Dramatist I’ve written three fan letters in my life: one to the Monkees when I was ten years old (I had a mad crush on Micky Dolenz), one to Lucille Ball when I was fourteen years old and now at a considerably older age, this article-as-fan-letter to Kate […]
…to everyone who made Boston Theater Marathon XX possible! See you next year!
The entire country (seemingly) stood still for the eclipse today, and we made our own BPT-themed viewers to play along. We weren’t in the path of totality, of course, but it was still pretty magical!
Two of our Playwriting alums—Abbey Fenbert (Intentions) and Leo McGann (The Honey Trap)—are at the Great Plains Theatre Conference (GPTC) this week as part of PlayLab. Twenty-one PlayLabs are held throughout the Conference week with three staged readings running simultaneously. Playwrights receive feedback on their work from a panel of GPTC Guest Artists, as well as other […]