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THE WRITE STUFF:
NY WRITERS TO SET UP SHOP IN STOREFRONT

Theater Ink by John Rowell

When was the last time you saw an installation made up of…wait for it…playwrights?! That is the idea behind Write Out Front, the awesomely wacky slash cool brainstorm of Theaterspeak, which was created by Michelle Auger in 2009 to support theater artists by the sharing of information and resources through interview and discourse. For Write Out Front, which continues till the end of August, over 125 award-winning and up-and-coming playwrights will be “installed” in the window of the Drama Book Shop for a two-hour time slot.

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