Playwright Walt McGough

Find out what to expect from The SwellTime Variety Hour and how it got its inspiration from old-time radio shows.

Playwright Joshua Harmon

The BAD JEWS and SIGNIFICANT OTHER playwright talks about evolving friendships, developing new plays, and why your friends owe you some really good cake.

“Everyone is welcome, and no one is safe.”

Playwright Robert O’Hara on the process of writing BOOTYCANDY and bringing his own personal narrative to a larger audience.

Playwright Bill Doncaster

Bill Doncaster is a local playwright and our second Boston Project playwright. His new play Ward Nine will be featured alongside Nina Louise Morrison’s Born Naked this February.

Playwright Nina Louise Morrison

Born Naked by Nina L Morrisson will be performed as a staged reading to an invited audience this month. Watch this space for updates from rehearsal and further developments from the playwrights.

Playwright Terrence McNally

Even at age 76, Terrence McNally keeps busy. He’s had two shows on Broadway in the past season alone: a star-studded remount of It’s Only a Play and the musical The Visit, for which he received a Tony nomination for …

Ken Urban on WGBH

Playwright Ken Urban spoke to Boston Public Radio on WGBH about the process and genesis of writing A FUTURE PERFECT.

Ken Urban: “What do we believe in?”

You’re a musician as well as a playwright; when did that start? I’ve always played music. I started in high school and was in a band for a long time, but it kind of fell off the radar in college …

Here There be MONSTERS

SpeakEasy Stage: How did the two of you first start working together? David R. Gammons: I’d been aware of John’s work as a local celebrity— John Kuntz: Oh, pshaw. DRG: —and was about to direct Titus Andronicus for Actors’ Shakespeare …

BAD JEWS Playwright Joshua Harmon

Playwright Joshua Harmon talks about the origins of BAD JEWS, its ideas of remembrance and memorial, and whether it’s objectively possible to be a “bad” member of any culture.

Capturing Heaven

For the past 20 years, Scott Frankel and Michael Korie have established themselves as one of the most dynamic composer/lyricist teams in musical theatre. Artistic Associate Walt McGough spoke to both men about their process on “Far From Heaven.”