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AFTER SEVEN, the annual festival celebrating the playwrights finishing their seven-year residencies: Eugenie Chan, Sarah Hammond, Taylor Mac, Carlos Murillo, Julie Marie Myatt, J.T.

Eugenie Chan

Eugenie will take a day to explore each play in the company of actors and director.

This reading is closed to the public.

Eugenie Chan

Eugenie will take a day to explore each play in the company of actors and director.

This reading is closed to the public.

Clockwise from Top Left: Eugenie Chan, Carlos Murillo, Julie Marie Myatt, Betty Shamieh & Carson Kreitzer

New Dramatists presents the 11th annual PlayTime, a 2-week developmental lab for five plays-in-progress designed to give playwrights the time and space needed to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise ambitious new work in a collaborative company of directors, actors, other writers and New Dramatists staff. PlayTime offers our writers one of the most extended, intensive developmental processes available within our year-round artistic programming.

November 21, 2012

2012 PlayTime Developmental Studio Playwrights Announced

Clockwise from Top Left: Eugenie Chan, Carlos Murillo, Julie Marie Myatt, Betty Shamieh & Carson Kreitzer

New Dramatists, an artistic home and creative laboratory for talented, professional playwrights, is holding its eleventh annual PlayTime Developmental Studio December 2 through 14. This year’s playwrights are: Eugenie Chan, Carlos Murillo, Julie Marie Myatt, Carson Kreitzer, and Betty Shamieh  Read More

Eugenie Chan

Eugenie Chan will work with director Ken Rus Schmoll on her play, Madame Ho.

Creativity Fund offers playwrights the opportunity to workshop new plays or musicals for up to five days.

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This Creativity Fund project was made possible by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
February 25, 2012

Director of Eugenie Chan's "Tontlawald" Reflects on Ancient Primal Music, Hidden Snakes, and Living Dolls

Eugenie Chan's ​Tontlawald is based on an Estonian tale from The Violet Fairy Book. Director Paige Rogers heard it from her son's first-grade teacher, and it captivated her. Rogers, who co-founded the Cutting Ball Theater in 1999 with her husband, Rob Melrose, was also inspired by Poland's Teatr ZAR, which uses dance and music in its theater productions and takes its name from funeral songs performed by the Svaneti tribe in the Caucasus, in Georgia. So she asked resident playwright Eugenie Chan to work on a script, got Annie Paladino to co-direct, and Laura Arrington to choreograph.  Read More

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