Happy first performance of Non-Player Character—which runs until May 19—to Walt McGough and Chicago’s Red Theater!
Happy opening to current MFA playwright Kira Rockwell, whose With My Eyes Shut has its West Coast premiere as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival through June 21… …and also to playwright alum Walt McGough. McGough’s False Flag plays tonight through June 10 in Portland (Maine), the final play in Dramatic Repertory Company’s 2017-18 season.
Happy (second) opening to Walt, Bevin, Greg, Anthony, Gigi, Marc, and the rest of the Brawler team at Kitchen Theatre Company in Ithaca!
Ancient Greece is not the obvious starting point for a play about ice hockey, but that’s where Brawler began, because sometimes playwriting is weird. I read Sophocles’ Ajax in graduate school at BU, in a translation by Bryan Dorries which was specifically geared towards soldiers returning from the Middle East. Dorries’ reasons for such a […]
Review from WBUR’s The ARTery Walt McGough’s new play “Brawler” — playing through March 18 at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre — works too hard at first to keep its story moving, but scores in the end. Pro hockey player Adam (Greg Maraio) — known affectionately to his teammates as Moose — goes berserk in a hockey […]
Happy, happy to Walt McGough and everyone at the San Francisco Playhouse—Non-Player Character has its first performance tonight!
Break a leg to ALL the playwrights on this bill (most of whom have appeared in the Boston Theater Marathon), but especially to playwright alums Walt McGough and Laura Neill (who has three plays in this event)!
Boston Theater Marathon Weekend kicks off on Saturday, May 7 with the Warm-Up Laps—readings of three full-length plays—presented in collaboration with the Boston Center for the Arts’ resident theatres in the BCA’s Deane Rehearsal Hall. The readings are FREE and open to the public. The Warm-Up Laps include: 12 noon Sponsored by […]
Happy opening night to Chicago’s Tympanic Theatre Company and Paper City Phoenix, by alum Walt McGough! The play runs through May 8—read more about it here.