My latest blog post on using technology to help you write your play. It was originally posted on the Public Theater’s blog: Technology and the Playwright By Don Nguyen, a member of the EWG 2008 As writers today, we live in an age of ever changing technology. And when we speak of technology in terms
Here’s my latest blog post for the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group blog. It’s about late bloomers. I’m sure many of you can relate. This post originally appeared on the Public Theater’s blog. The Late Bloomer By Don Nguyen, member of the 2008 Emerging Writers Group I’m turning 40 this year. There. I said it.
Wait, it’s December already? When did that happen? Oh, it happened while I was busy with stuff and wasn’t paying attention? Okay. I think everyone can attest to experiencing this yearly phenomena. The way the end of the year lurches forward with the unreliable thrust of a street fair amusement ride. I’m one of those
I’ve written a new blog post for the Public Theater entitled “Sorrow, Depression, and Desolation in the American Theater, or How To Be a Sad Playwright in 10 Easy Steps.” Click here to read.
This past weekend I participated in a writers workshop for an upcoming project called DECADE conceived by the renowned British theatre company Headlong. I was happy to be part of a great group of playwrights, twelve total. The writers workshop was facilitated by Rupert Goold, Robert Icke, and Sophie Hunter. Here’s my diary for the workshop: FRIDAY