Tag Archives: playwrighting

  1. What’s The Play About?


    December 10, 2018 by Sam Graber

    Recently I was at a dinner party when one of the other guests, an accountant, after learning of my playwrighting …
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  2. The Auditioning Playwright

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    April 19, 2018 by Sam Graber

    Imagine that you’re asked to submit a play that hasn’t yet been written. Imagine that you’re asked to do this …
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  3. New Play vs. World Premiere

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    August 11, 2015 by Sam Graber

    You are a playwright with a good play. Your good play is a new play which has just received its …
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  4. Old vs. Young

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    October 10, 2014 by Sam Graber

    I recently had a big idea. Call it a wild revelation. And since this wild revelation hit in full force …
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  5. A Playwright’s Look at the Chromebook


    January 20, 2014 by Sam Graber

    Yes, it’s time for another fun-filled installment of ‘playwrights seduced by electronic gadgets.’ As you know, I have adamantly adumbrated …
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  6. Splash Goes Your Writing

    March 4, 2013 by Sam Graber

    Let’s talk about playwrights backing up their writing. Nine years ago I was seeking a high-tech solution for data backup …
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