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Purging Old Issues; An Interview with Jodi Leidecker

Jodie Leidecker discusses her play I Join A Mental Institution and Have Fun! Premiering this Saturday at Casa de Beverley’s One Acts and Snacks! Q: How did you hear about One Acts and Snacks? A: I found this group on NYCP blogspot. It has great opportunities and I’ve had other small productions through that site. Q: Can...
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Out of Body on a Train

Erin Moughon discusses her play Out of Body on a Train, one of the three featured plays in this month’s One Acts and Snacks. Tickets are still available! Click here. Warning: This interview contains mentions of rape and abuse. Q: How did you hear about One Acts and Snacks? A: Kendra Augustin forwarded me the email...
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Sisterhood In The Time of the Apocalypse

Casa playwright Kendra Augustin discusses her new play Found a Friend.  Interview by Natalie Osborne Q: How did you hear about One Acts and Snacks? A: A Facebook post. Probably on The Official Playwrights of Facebook page in early 2015. Q: Can you tell me more about your play? A: Found A Friend is about two sisters who...
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Interview with Jacqui Lynch

  Season Three starts this Saturday at 6pm, and to celebrate, we’re interviewing the playwrights in the reading. Here, Jacqui Lynch talks about her play Nurses.   Interview Conducted by: Natalie Osborne   How did you hear about One Acts and Snacks?   I look into a blog called NYC Playwrights about once a week...
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Interview with Karin Diann Williams

Season Three of Casa de Beverley starts a week from Saturday! To celebrate, we’re interviewing the first of three featured playwrights! Here, Karin Diann Williams discusses her play Portrait of Mabel.   Interview by Natalie Osborne   How did you hear about One Acts and Snacks?   I heard about OAS from Kendra Augustin, who I worked with on the 365­Women­A­Year Project.   Can you tell me more about your play? What was your inspiration? Why did you select this piece for the reading?   I chose Portrait of Mabel  for the reading because I just finished it this summer, and I haven’t had a chance to hear it or show it to anyone. I hope I made the right choice! Mabel is part of the 365­Women­A­Year playwriting project, a series of plays about about women in history. It’s based on the memoirs of Mabel Dodge Luhan, an early twentieth century patron of the arts who hosted a famous Greenwich Village salon, and helped organize the 1913 Armory Show. Gertrude Stein wrote a modernist stream­of­consciousness essay about her: Portrait of Mabel Dodge...
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