Great Day Washington visited THE SCHOOL FOR LIES.
Washington Post interview with David Ives
ASIDES Magazine for THE SCHOOL FOR LIES
Eyes on Ives: Designing French Comedy
The School for Truth
Ives: America’s Best Playwright?
Ives and Kahn: Comedy Gold
‘A Quick 5’ with Nikkole Salter and MD Theatre Guide
ASIDES Magazine for MACBETH
The “Scottish” Play
Macbeth’s “Strange Garments”
The Meanings of MACBETH
A Note from the Director
MACBETH: Through the Eyes of Teen Critics
Liesl Tommy, Interviewed
Meet the Macbeths
Exclusive Pocket Royals Expansion Pack
HuffPo profiles Liesl Tommy
Read: ASIDES Magazine for THE SELECT (THE SUN ALSO RISES)
Read: On Tap Magazine’s interview with Director John Collins
Read: Lives of the Lost Generation
Read: A Work of Genius and Gossip
Read: Meet Elevator Repair Service
Read: The Hemingway Myth
Read: Director’s Note
Read: The ASIDES Magazine for KING CHARLES III
READ: Drewmaturgy: What We Talk About When We Talk About History Plays
Read: Washington Post interview with Robert Joy
Craft: Build your Own Royal Family
Read: David Muse on Mike Bartlett
Read: “The Queen is Dead. Long Live the King!”
Read: Game of Thrones: An Interview with Mike Bartlett
Set MACBETH in motion
Pocket Royals: Meet Duchess Camilla!
Pocket Royals: Meet Prince Harry!
Pocket Royals: Meet Princess Diana!
Pocket Royals: Meet Prince William!
Pocket Royals: Meet Princess Kate!
ReDiscovery: Pierre Corneille’s Horace
Read: Shadows of Shakespeare – Prince Hal & Richard II
Read: Shadows of Shakespeare – Kate & Lady Macbeth
Read: Shadows of Shakespeare – Bartlett and the Challenge of Verse
Read: One Thousand Years of Whims and Wars
Explore: How does King Charles III Mirror Reality?
Read: Drewmaturgy: Four Favorites by Hemingway
Explore: Hemingway in Earnest, Selected Stories
10 Dramaturgical Resolutions/Articles of Faith for the New Year
Garden of the Week: the Netherlands Carillion near Arlington Cemetery
Read: ASIDES for THE SECRET GARDEN
Through the Eyes of Teen Critics
Three Questions with Playwright Marsha Norman
Garden(er) of the Week: Joseph Brunetti of Smithsonian Gardens
Drewmaturgy: Look out old Bertie’s back!
Pocket Royals: Meet Prince Charles!
Smithsonian Garden’s VICTORY GARDEN
Drewmaturgy: Have you met my good friend Bertolt?
Drewmaturgy: Bartlett’s Bardolatry
Brian Barr, Director of Horticulture at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
The Secret Garden at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
A Bit of Earth, A Bit of Magic
Marsha Norman: Cultivator of a Theatrical Garden
In the Garden: The Life of Frances Hodgson Burnett
Read: Asides Magazine for ROMEO & JULIET
DREWMATURGY: The Birth of Modern Tragedy
Romeo & Juliet through the Eyes of Teen Critics
Explore: REAL Secret Gardens
Garden of the Week: Urban Bird Habitat
Meet a Gardener: James Gagliardi
The Pollinator Garden
Listen: Broadway Backstory’s episode on THE SECRET GARDEN
Listen: Daisy Eagan and Anya Rothman visited WTOP
Read: The Washington Post’s interview with Daisy Eagan
Read: Daisy Eagan’s interview with DC Metro Theater Arts
Read: David Armstrong’s interview with OnTap
Read: Daisy Eagan’s interview with BroadwayWorld
Read: Anya Rothman’s interview with DC Metro Theater Arts
Read: Lucy Simon’s interview with BroadwayWorld
Read: Henry Baratz’s interview with DC Metro Theater Arts
Drewmaturgy: Drew Writes an Intro to the Season!
Read: theatreWashington’s “Take Ten” with Andrew Veenstra
A letter from Michael Kahn about ROMEO & JULIET
Read: Asides Magazine – THE TEMPEST
Talk: Start a conversation with Juliet_Bot
Read: Asides Magazine – THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
Read: Oliver Thornton talked with DC Theatre Scene about playing Bianca
Read: Maulik Pancholy sat down with Metro Weekly to talk about coming out to his family, his marriage, and his career
Drewmaturgy: Seasons Change
Letter to our patrons: The Taming of the Shrew
Director’s Word: Ed Sylvanus Iskandar
The Taming of the Thing
Mapping the Play: Discovering Kate with Maulik Pancholy
About the Play: Shrewd Ambiguities
About the Artist: Ed Sylvanus Iskandar, Social Director
Sonnet 141: A Poem Full of Hate
Drewmaturgy: On Slys and Sheiks
DREWMATURGY: Sheer Cloudy Vagueness, or, the Scourge of the Orwellian
DREWMATURGY …From LONDON! Part the Third: Les Blancs
Community Responses to Othello: Paulette Beete
Community Responses to Othello: Rahima Shafiq Ullah
Community Responses to Othello: Buck Downs
Community Responses to Othello: Elijah Mendoza
Letter to our patrons: 1984
Community Responses to Othello: Michael H. Levin
Community Responses to Othello: Jessica Young
Community Responses to Othello: Student Edition
Drewmaturgy … from London! Part the Second: London Eye
The Consent of the Surveilled by Dr. Paolo Gerbaudo
The Orwellian World By Michael Shelden
Beginning at the End by Dominic Cavendish
Community Response to Othello: Illustrations by Gareth Hinds
Listen: NPR Weekend Edition story on 1984
Community Responses to Othello: A Reflection by Katherine Peterlin
Drewmaturgy … From London!
Letter to our patrons: Othello
Behind-the-Scene (Shop): Othello
Giving them Props: Drums in Othello
The Beauty in Complexity: Ron Daniels and Faran Tahir talk Othello
Meet the Directors’ Studio: Jason Schlafstein
“A timely investigation….I wish I could tell my younger self to read this!”
Meet the Directors’ Studio: Angela Pirko
Drewmaturgy: Of Metropolitan, Critics, and Hounds
Meet the Directors’ Studio: Carter Lowe
Drewmaturgy: Finding Othello in Morocco
Meet the Directors’ Studio: Rick Hammerly
“A succinct and quick-witted examination of a venerated craft…told by true masters!”
Giving them Props: Swords in The Critic
Meet the Directors’ Studio: Lee Liebeskind
I, CRITIC by Jeffrey Hatcher
Pragmatic Theatre by Tom Stoppard
Drama Criticism: The Old Age of an Age-Old Profession by Robert Brustein
Meet the Directors’ Studio: Catrin Davies
Drewmaturgy: Critic, Hound, and Kahn
Drewmaturgy: Pssst… It’s Time to ReDiscover.
Drewmaturgy: Rehearsal Diary, Part 4.
Drewmaturgy: Rehearsal Diary, Week 3.
Drewmaturgy: Rehearsal Diary, Part 2.
Drewmaturgy: Rehearsal Diary, Part 1.
Drewmaturgy: Drew Reports from a Sacred Space.
Drewmaturgy: Drew Gets a New Draft of The Critic
Kiss Me, Kate and “The Bard of Stratford-on-Avon”
Salomé as History and Fetish
Drewmaturgy: Welcome! & Drew goes to Omaha.