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Influential Women in the Arts: Lynde Rosario

An interview with Lynde Rosario, dramaturg, for Women’s History Month 2024

Dramaturging Yellowstone

A couple of weeks ago I took a small trip with my family to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. While we were walking around the park and doing some exploring I had some thoughts about how nature performs for us and how park rangers might sometimes be the dramaturgs of those performances.

Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2021

After such a wonderful experience in the fall/winter of 2019/2020, I joined the national reading committee again for the 2021 Bay Area Playwrights Festival.

The Jester: A Reflection

A week ago today I attended the closing night performance of The Jester in Provo, UT. This production dramaturgy experience was unlike any I had had before.

The Medieval Period and The Jester

I’m a dramaturg and dramaturgs ask questions. So, here are five questions that I just had to ask about the Medieval Period when I started learning more about the time period of The Jester.

Interviewing the Actors of The Jester

On June 3rd I was able to do an interview with the cast of The Jester. I loved getting to interact with them a bit and getting to know them better.

The Jester’s New Play Development

New works, like The Jester, are my passion. It’s always fun to produce the classics, but it’s important to remember that the classics were once new works too.

Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020

It might seem a little bit outdated, but I want to take a minute to recognize some scripts that I read for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival that really stood out to me.

Getting Back in the Groove

It’s going to take a lot for me to get back in the groove of things as theatre begins to open back up and I begin to find work again.

How to Write a New Play Exchange (NPX) Recommendation

No matter how you write your recommendation, writers are grateful. We love knowing that people are reading and enjoying our work. The most important thing is that you keep your recommendations positive. New Play Exchange is not the place to attack playwrights, it’s the place to celebrate them.