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Dec 1 2016

Indian Theatre: Alive and Kicking

Actor Rishan Dhamija, hailing from New Delhi, India, is used to the stage, but he isn’t so used to the audience. “That’s what was surprising when I came here,” he says. He took one look at the audience and thought to himself, “Man! Young people don’t go?!”

Nov 23 2016

Meet the Characters of The May Queen

It’s the dreariest time of year and we find ourselves in Kingston, NY at a boutique insurance company called The Vallor Group. By boutique we really mean small, recessed, tragically out-of-date, and failing to thrive. This is at least in part due to “pod” structure of the workplace: four workstations, tucked away and isolated from all the other pods around it. This may be the saddest pod of them all.

Nov 16 2016

What is a “May Queen”?

With the upcoming premiere of Molly Smith Metzler’s The May Queen here at PlayMakers, many people are wondering—what exactly IS a “May Queen”?

Nov 4 2016

Molly Smith Metzler Interview

The following is the transcript of an interview with playwright Molly Smith Metzler about writing The May Queen.

Nov 4 2016

Unforgettable: The Lasting Impact of our Teen Years

“When you get to be our age,” the late novelist Kurt Vonnegut once noted, “you all of a sudden realize that you are being ruled by people you went to high school with. You all of a sudden catch on that life is nothing but high school – class officers, cheerleaders, and all.” Is it true? Are we doomed to live the lives we created for ourselves in high school?

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