‘Everything you thought you knew about the story of You Lost Me could be completely different’ Every writer’s process is as individual as the writers are themselves. Theatre is a collaborative experience. However, the playwright is often doing their work in isolation. The joy of new-play development comes from opening up the process to other […]
Near-future world-premiere play considers the consequences of assimilation Playwright Tony Meneses was intrigued when he came across a Pew Research Center study that predicted 2050 will be the year the U.S. population will no longer have a white majority. That, in itself, could make for a compelling “near-future” pot-boiler. Imagine: What will white people do […]
Playwrights span Presidential Medal of Freedom winner, Colorado Springs native and ‘the definitive voice of Middle Eastern American theatre’
In six years, DCPA Education’s regional writing program has engaged nearly 17,000 students
Four public performances of student-written play ‘Technical Difficulties’ will be staged this Friday, June 15
Theatre Company’s first co-productions in two decades open for West Coast audiences on back-to-back nights.
Lauren Gunderson scores the nation’s largest prize for new plays, which comes with a $25,000 cash award
Powerful new play emerges from the Colorado New Play Summit to tell authentic story about a young girl navigating trauma.
Readings explored contemporary social issues through the lens of real stories taken from the recent and distant past
By listening to the voices of history, playwright brings the voice of a hanged slave to Colorado New Play Summit stage