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Everyman by Anonymous The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights. We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights!
This week we take a look at the National Theatre's 2015 production of EVERYMAN starring Chiwetel Ejiorfor! It's certainly...interesting.

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Everyman by Anonymous The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights. We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights!
This week we take a look at the National Theatre's 2015 production of EVERYMAN starring Chiwetel Ejiorfor! It's certainly...interesting.

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Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights.  We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights!
This week we are looking at the father of modern drama, Henrik Ibsen and his incendiary psychological analysis of Hedda Gabbler.  Is she a raving lunatic who drives the people around her to early graves or is she a radical individualist who we all should aspire to become?  You decide!


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It's Only a Play by Terrance McNally The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights.  We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights!
This week, Sam Smeltzer joins the pod! He's back to talk about his trip to NYC way back in 2014.  He saw the Broadway Revival of It's Only a Play starring Matthew Broderick, Martin Short and (kind of) Nathan Lane!

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The Addams Family Musical ft. Seemingly Ordinary Podcast The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights.  We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights! Come on over and join us!
We have a special treat this week! A few weeks ago, Sarah had the pleasure of sitting down with Tim Wuebker, host of the podcast Seemingly Ordinary.  Tim asked her all sorts of questions about her production of The Addams Family that she directed in the Fall of 2021! If you liked this, give Seemingly Ordinary a listen, Tim interviews all sorts of awesome people! Enjoy!

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights. We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights! Come on over and join us!
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee is confusing, dark, funny and poignant all at the same time. Sarah and Will attempt to say something profound about this play that basically everyone has commented upon before them. Will they succeed? Are YOU afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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You Can't Take it With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The PlayWrights is a podcast all about plays! Sarah and Will take you through a variety of titles by award-winning playwrights. We talk about our love of theatre, the secrets of production and acting and much more! It's a great time over here at The PlayWrights! Come on over and join us!
This week's episode is all about the classic comedy, You Can't Take it With You. The Sycamores are a family that's a bit off-kilter to the rest of the world. But are they? Are they crazy or do they just do what makes them happy? You decide!

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Oslo by J.T. Rogers Peace in the Middle East? A Norwegian couple thinks its possible...

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Picnic by William Inge "I always wonder, maybe some wonderful person is getting off here, just by accident, and he'll come into the dime store for something and see me behind the counter, and he'll study me very strangely and then decide I'm just the person they're looking for..."

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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare "For never was a story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo."

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