Check out the new essay in The Behn Legacy section: this week we look at two key female playwrights at either end of the 1700s; Susannah Centlivre and Elizabeth Inchbald. I hope you will be inspired to read some of their work, which has some surprisingly modern elements. I read A Bold Stroke for a Wife by Centlivre and Lovers’ Vows by Inchbald.
- RT @acandicarneiro: Learn about playwriting reading my interview with Simon Stephens. #playwriting #teachingplaywriting https://t.co/9T14sx… 5 years ago
- Here's a quick roundup of some #Edinburgh plays by women you might want to catch. Including of course #MyMindIsFree. bit.ly/2hnaFHa 5 years ago
- Just been glittered! at #MBBD w/ @brigitteaphrodite @PTT_Festival Sparky and heartfelt. 5 years ago
- The official call-out for scripts and workshops for the next Women Playwrights International can be found here: wpichile2018.com 5 years ago
- RT @anya_reiss: Banging new poster for what will, undoubtably, be a banging new show #trust #olivertwist #regentsparkopenair https://t.co/Q… 5 years ago
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