Thursday, October 23, 2008

Mellon Foundation Gives Millions to Help Playwrights

"As contemporary American playwrights know all too well, getting a play produced is a formidable task. Even those who manage to have their work staged often find that the production lasts not much longer than the hourslong life of a mayfly. After the “world premiere,” no other theaters want to touch what they perceive as second best." New York Times continued...

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