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Following are articles and interviews by newcomers and world-renowned playwrights.

        The Birth of
Sheldon Allman
        It's Halloween Again!
Sandra Fenichel Asher
        Fan Mail
        GOOD COMPANY: How a Children's Theatre Made Connections With Its Community
Elliott Barry Baker
        From the Page to the Stage, Area Children's Theater Gets a Big Surprise
Cherie Bennett
        Anne Frank and Me: From Page to Stage and Back Again
Ray Bradbury
        A Life in the Arts
Laurie Brooks
        An Authentic Voice
Kent R. Brown
        The Playwriting Impulse
        Shakespeare Behind Bars
        Reaching the Write Minds
        Fast Fundraising Facts for Fame and Fortune: for the School Drama Director
        Writing History for the Stage
        The Pollyanna Theatre Company—The Little Theatre That Could
        Putting the Action Back Into Acting
Max Bush
        On Taking a Commission to Dramatize The Three Musketeers
Nancy Linehan Charles
        Shakespeare...Antidote to Chaos
Kitty Chen
        On Not Being Heard
Pat Cook
        Now, are there any questions?
Richard Dresser
        An Interview With Richard Dresser
        Then it Gets Hard
        Introducing "Rounding Third"
le Clanche du Rand
        I Love the Theatre
Andrew J. Fenady
        THEATRE—The Magic Carpet Ride
        An Interview with A.J. Fenady
Robert Fulghum
        A Note From Robert Fulghum
Rebecca Gilman
        How About That?
William Gleason
        Finish It!
William Glennon
        Notes of a Lucky Playwright
Reuben Gonzalez
        Why Do You Write?—A Note From the Playwright
Philip Grecian
        Where There's a Will, There's a Way
Stephen Gregg
        An Apology
Eleanor Harder
        The Magic of Laughter
Stephen Jeffreys
        On "The Libertine"
Caleen Sinnette Jennings
        "That Type"
Robert Johanson
        Adaptions—"Getting It Right"
Javon Johnson
        A Dialogue Between August Wilson and Javon Johnson
Marjorie Kellogg
        How I Learned to Write
Tim Kelly
        What's Your Secret?
Tom Key
        Tom Key Looks Back...
Nancy Kiefer
        Q & A
Barry Kornhauser
        Rhyme and Reason
Joanna H. Kraus
        The Difference
Jeremy Kruse
        Making Felt & Wire
Anne Ludlum
        Fanny Kemble Makes an Encore Appearance in Two New Books
Jack Matthews
        Schopenhauer, Pirandello and Playwriting
Anne V. McGravie
        The Truth About Nuns
Jack Neary
        Exigency...or...Who Knew?
Leonard Nimoy
Gregg Opelka
        An Interview
Nicholas A. Patricca
        "Shakespeare in Love"—The Supressed Italian Connection
Paul Peditto
        The Background of Sounds of Silents
Douglas Post
        Experiments at the Organic Lab
Celeste Raspanti
        Where Does a Play Begin?
        The Story of a Story
Joseph Robinette
        Thoughts on Theatre and Children
David Rogers
        The Life Enrichment That is Theatre
James Still
        Diary of a Mad Screenwriter
Charles Strouse
        Thank You
Karen Sunde
        The Audience and Me
Jules Tasca
        Changing Genres
Thomas Tierney
        The Composer at Playwright
Richard Vetere
        The Pre-History of a Particular Playwright
Jan Villarrubia
        Home, New Orleans?
Judith Viorst
        Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible...
Ruth Wolff
        Adventures with The Abdication
Y York
        On Becoming a Writer
An Interview With the Playwright, Composer and Lyricist of The Quiltmaker's Gift
Holocaust Memorial Day Press Release
2004 R. Christopher Sergel Scholorship Award Winners
Rodeo Mongolia Brings Theatre to Every Classroom
AATE Award Winners 2004
The Sharp Eye of Lydia Diamond
2003 R. Christopher Sergel Scholorship Award Winners
AATE Awards—2006
To Kill a Mockingbird focus of "One Book, One Chicago"
A Tribute to Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland (1944-2006)