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Must Read Sites: Interviews with Theater Artists

At Works by Women, I love doing interviews with women theatre artists. It’s a great way to learn more about our community and spread the word about terrific, engaging work. Today, I’m happy to give credit to a few other blogs that offer insights into the world of theatre and the artists that bring it to life.

A friend of mine, director Cat Parker, sent an E-mail yesterday that she has launched a new blog, profiling indie directors. It is called DirectorSpeak. You can check it out here.

Adam Szymkowicz has interviewed more than 475 playwrights. Check out his latest interviews here.

Micheline Auger’s Theaterspeak is another great blog, offering commentary and interviews with a variety of theater professionals. Read all about it here.

Zack Calhoon has been blogging about People You Should Know for years. I was lucky enough to be profiled on the blog. Here’s my interview from 2009; Zack’s insightful interviews with theatre artists are thought-provoking. Read them here.

Let Works by Women know about other sites we should follow.

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2 comments on “Must Read Sites: Interviews with Theater Artists

  1. Cat
    June 29, 2012

    Thanks so much for the shout-out, Lanie! I love that so many of us are pulling together to help each other out.
    Peace
    Cat

  2. miltonpat
    July 2, 2012

    Great stuff! May I also recommend the LA Female Playwrights Initiative blog, where you can find lots of great interviews by and with women playwrights. http://lafpi.com/about/blog/

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