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Deb Margolin

Myrtle Schmidt play
by Deb Margolin

The working portion of this Creativity Fund project is closed.

The Creativity Fund offers playwrights extended time to explore and develop new plays and musicals up to five days.

Learn more about Creativity Fund.

Deb Margolin

Turquoise (a play with many acts in one)
by Deb Margolin

Deb Margolin

Turquoise (a play with many acts in one)
by Deb Margolin

Deb Margolin

A Brand New Something

The working portion of this Creativity Fund project is closed.

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

Learn more about Creativity Fund.

This Creativity Fund project is made possible by a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

October 24, 2012

ND Alum Ellen Maddow Previews The Talking Band's "Obskene" at HERE

by Ellen Maddow, New Dramatists Class of 2010

I am working on a deliciously challenging new theatre work that is opening on November 1 at HERE Arts Center. Its called Obskene and It is a Talking Band production conceived and directed by my colleague and fellow founding member, Tina Shepard. Obskene, the Greek word for offstage, refers to the violent and horrendous acts of violence that took place offstage in the classic Greek theatre. It is related to the modern word obscene.  Read More

August 8, 2012

Todd Mountain Theater Project/Roxbury Arts Group Open 14th Season with Deb Margolin's One-Woman Show

Todd Mountain Theater Project with Roxbury Arts Group celebrates its 14th season with Good Morning Anita Hill It's Ginni Thomas...written and performed by Obie Award winner and New Dramatists resident playwright Deb Margolin.  Read More

Deb Margolin

This workshop is designed for anyone interested in writing a One-Person Show.

Andrea Thome and Deb Margolin host a private monthly cabaret for the resident playwright company during which residents are encouraged to perform for each other in unexpected ways...singing a song though they've never had a voice lesson...dancing because they feel the urge...expressing themselves in the company of their peers.

Andrea Thome and Deb Margolin host a private monthly cabaret for the resident playwright company during which residents are encouraged to perform for each other in unexpected ways...singing a song though they've never had a voice lesson...dancing because they feel the urge...expressing themselves in the company of their peers.

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