Prologue Theatre is offering the community a unique opportunity for a glimpse into the workshop process with its virtual program FOREWORD: A New Works Series. Each play in the series receives a two-week intensive virtual workshop, a critical part of new play development, during which playwrights are paired with a director, actors and stage manager whose artistic talents help enhance the work.
Starting conversations is at the center of Prologue Theatre’s mission, so they have designed a series of conversations to pair with each of the monthly new play workshops.
- New Play Development Conversation Series: During the first week of each workshop, Artistic Director Jason Tamborini will discuss the process of new play development with other members of the D.C. area theatre community.
- Reading and Post-Show Conversation with the Playwright: At the end of each two-week workshop, there is a virtual public reading and post-show conversation with the playwright.
- Deep Dive Conversation: Finally, in the week following the public reading, they will bring audiences back together virtually for an in-depth conversation into the key issues each play explores.
Join the Prologue Theatre community for one or all of the remaining new play workshops.
• American Yu by Terence Patrick Hughes, December 11
For more details on the creative team for American Yu by Terence Patrick Hughes, registration for the virtual readings, and a full list of all the plays being workshopped through March, visit prologuetheatre.org.