A playwright, also called a dramatist, is a person who writes plays.
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... Singing (Slovene Gozdovi pojejo) Matej Bor poet, playwright, translator, journalist for the drama Tatterdemalions (Raztrganci) Igo Gruden poet, translator for the collections Into Exile (V pregnanstvo) and The ... and Its Heritage (Ljubljansko mostiščarsko jezero in dediščina po njem) Ivan Potrč writer, playwright for the drama The Krefl Farm (Kreflova kmetija) Tone Seliškar writer, poet, journalist, teacher for the ...
... literary managers in an effort to showcase various festivals of new work, or bring in playwrights for residencies ... such as NEA and TCG, encouraged the partnerships of professional theatre companies and emerging playwrights ... Shenandoah and the O'Neill festival offer summer retreats for playwrights to develop their work with directors and actors in a totally "devoted" setting ...
... Ron Allen, playwright (born in Detroit) Bruce Campbell, actor and autobiographer (born in Royal Oak, Michigan) good childhood friends and adulthood project ... state) but raised in Chelsea, Michigan Ron Milner, playwright (born in Detroit) Neil LaBute, playwright, director, screenwriter (born in Detroit) Terry ...
Famous quotes containing the word playwright:
“If a playwright tried to see eye to eye with everybody, he would get the worst case of strabismus since Hannibal lost an eye trying to count his nineteen elephants during a snowstorm while crossing the Alps.”
—James Thurber (18941961)
“A playwright ... is ... the litmus paper of the arts. Hes got to be, because if he isnt working on the same wave length as the audience, no one would know what in hell he was talking about. He is a kind of psychic journalist, even when hes great.”
—Arthur Miller (b. 1915)