Tag Archives: playwrights

Rediscovering the classics: Arthur Wing Pinero

For theatre companies seeking to stage the classics, there is a standard set of 19th and early 20th century playwrights who frequently come to mind, such as Wilde, Shaw, Ibsen, Strindberg. Yet one of the most popular playwrights of his day is rarely produced and only known by those great readers of Victorian theatre: Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. As we celebrate his birthday (May 24), read on to learn more about his life and work!

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Mexican-American Theatre: Beyond Cinco de Mayo

While not a major holiday or celebration in Mexico, Cinco de Mayo is widely honored in the United States as a celebration of Mexican heritage. May 5 gives us a chance to recognize the contributions of Mexican-American theatre and artists to contemporary theatre. Our latest blog post takes a look at just a small sample of the exciting playwrights whose works are regularly produced today. Enjoy!

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