Exploring History, Culture and Context with Abby Paige

October 14, 2020 Article
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Vermont-born, Fredericton-based playwright Abby Paige is developing her second solo show as part of our Fall Festival of.

Jean-Michel Cliche on developing his play, Hinter

October 14, 2020 Uncategorized
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We will host a live reading of Jean-Michel Cliche’s play Hinter on November 15. In advance, Cliche takes.

A Conversation with Playwright Jena McLean

October 8, 2020 Article
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Jena McLean shares the backstory behind her latest play An Ocean of Evergreens and how working with Yvette.

Caroline Coon Talks About the Evolution of Her Play, ‘It Happened At A Party’.

October 7, 2020 Article
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Over the past three years, Coon’s script has grown far beyond the version first performed at the 2017.

Ryan Griffith on Developing His New Play, ‘We Might Never Speak Again’

October 6, 2020 Article
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Griffith’s latest script is one of twelve New Brunswick plays included in TNB’s Fall Festival of New Plays,.

John Barlow on Revisiting ‘Inspiration Point’

September 25, 2020 Article
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Barlow’s play Inspiration Point enters a new stage of development with help from director Ryan Cunningham. From the.

 

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