Monthly Archives: November 2010

Both. Sides. Now: Q&A with playwright Tatiana Rivera

Both. Sides. Now. Or Buttermilk Pancakes: Q&A with playwright Tatiana Rivera VIP Playwright Tatiana Rivera, whose play Both. Sides. Now. Or Buttermilk Pancakes opens tomorrow, November 19th, 2010, at Schapiro Studio, took a quick breather to answer some questions from … Continue reading

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The Three Bears by Simone Marie Martelle

On November 12th – 14th, the third VIP play of the season, ‘The Three Bears’, opens at Schapiro Studio at Columbia University. Set in a forgettable town in rural Southern France, ‘The Three Bears’ follows the banal yet brutally painful … Continue reading

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Notes from “The Three Bears” Dramaturgs

If home is where the heart is, then what happens when your home is a war zone? What are the consequences of growing up in a family where such banal questions as, “What’s for dinner?” are nothing short of fighting … Continue reading

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Meet the Playwright: Simone Marie Martelle

Interview by Tatiana Rivera The general public will look at your title and automatically think about the bedtime story they used to hear as children. But your play is clearly not an adaptation of that story. Why the title? Well… … Continue reading

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5 questions for Marine Sialelli, author of Broken Wings

An Interview with Broken Wings creator, Marine Sialelli.  Broken Wings opens November 5th and runs through November 7th. Broken Wings grapples heavily with Greek mythology.  In your mind, how did the use of myth inform this piece? I lived most … Continue reading

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