from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A writer or adapter of plays; a playwright.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A position within a theatre that deals mainly with research and development.
- n. Someone skilled in the dramatic arts, a playwright for example.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A writer of plays; a dramaturgist.
With their dramaturge, the pair has overhauled the show.
After the list is whittled to a dozen, the teams for the selected shows are assigned a professional dramaturge, given introductions to directors or producers, guidance on how to self-produce—and subsidies for production costs.
But, back to the curve ball, the day after I knew I would interview and write about Ms. López, in one single day I coincidentally saw two close friends - Sandra Guzman, an Emmy winning journalist and author and Rosalba Rolón, award winning dramaturge, USA Artist Fellow and Board Member and Artistic Director of Pregones Theatre - both with intersecting connections to Josefina López.
Even during the brief rehearsal period, "we couldn't keep the actors down," said Woolly dramaturge Miriam Weisfeld.
He subsequently taught in an inner-city comprehensive school in London, England, before returning to Canada after a year to serve as dramaturge, then associate director and finally artistic director at Toronto Free Theatre.
Composer and sound, Anthony Cochrane; resident dramaturge, Michele Osherow.
This prediction may be optimistic, and it further begs the question of whether the ADF seeks to be a serious advocacy group, or merely a headlining dramaturge.
Since 2002, when Mr. Kaufman first began working with this material, he has used every draft that he and his dramaturge, David G. Schultz, could find of Williams's short story and screenplay—and there were many.
Wheeldon and his dramaturge Nicholas Wright have done some creative tweaking, adding a prologue, set in Oxford 1862, that creates human equivalents for the fantasy characters.
Current dramaturge Gavin Witt picked the 2011-12 season; Lewis didn't see the logic of choosing and leaving.
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