Gareth Saxe of 'You Lost Me,' at the 2019 Colorado New Play Summit reading. Its first public performance in January 17. Photo by John Moore.

How development works: Finding the play in ‘You Lost Me’

‘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 […]

‘twenty50’: What’s the cultural cost of taking a slice from America’s power pie?

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 […]

Meghan Anderson Doyle's renderings for the character of Sebastian in 'twenty50.'

How might fashion change by the year 2050?

Time waits for no man, but twenty50 costume designer believes some fashion truths are timeless

2019 True West Awards Sweet Cheeks Rodney Lizcano Cameron Folmar FEATURED

2019 True West Award: Rodney Lizcano and Cameron Folmar

Day 19: Two Shakespearean actors plunged their swords in audiences’ funny bones

Kim Staunton Twelfth Night.

Videos: Twelve seconds with the cast of ‘Twelfth Night’

In advance of the DCPA Theatre Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s beloved romantic comedy Twelfth Night, we present the start of our video series giving you 12 seconds with the cast of Twelfth Night answering a variety of questions we threw at them game-show style. Questions such as: “What is Twelfth Night about?” and “What […]