Adam Szymkowuicz has interviewed more than 700 (Yes, 700, that’s not a typo!) playwrights over at his blog, and just a month ago featured our very own Jen Schlueter, the mind behind Don Quixote: a pilgrimage.
Here’s a teaser:
Q: If you could change one thing about theater, what would it be?
A: The terrible habit of thinking of New York as the center of it all. It’s not.
Q: Who are or were your theatrical heroes?
A: For showing me that scavenging and pillaging and remixing were a viable way in: Chuck Mee and Emily Mann. For thinking really seriously about why and how teaching playwriting matters: Paula Vogel and Michael Bigelow Dixon. For making it happen for other people: Ellen Stewart and Margo Jones.
Read the whole interview here: http://aszym.blogspot.com/2015/02/i-interview-playwrights-part-720.html
And get your tickets for Don Quixote: a pilgrimage here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/don-quixote-a-pilgrimage-tickets-15572552925