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Roanoke, VA 24020-1603
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Archives

Our First Year:
May 2007 - 2008

Our Second Year:
June 2008 - May 2009

Our Third Year:
June 2009 - May 2010

Our Fourth Year:
June 2010 - May 2011

Our Current Year:
June 2011 -

Playwriting news from the Playwright’s Lab:

Our Second Year: June 2008 - May 2009
Vol. 02, No. 01 (PDF)
(June, 2008)
  • Love Loves a Pornographer
  • Student Spotlight: Neeley Gossett
  • Guest Profile: Jeff Goode
  • Toby Thelin directing a reading at Theatre for the New City
  • Guest Profile: Toby Huss
  • From the Director: Economic Stimulus for the Arts
Vol. 02, No. 02 (PDF)
(July, 2008)
  • Overnight Sensations
  • Guest Profile: Paul Meshejian
  • Affiliated Organizations: PlayPenn
  • Area Highlight: Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton
  • From the Director: Thanking the people and businesses that support the arts
Vol. 02, No. 03 (PDF)
(August, 2008)
  • Rosalee Was Here by Maura Campbell
  • Student Spotlight: Andrew McGinn
  • Guest Profile: Randy Rollison
  • Reading of new Keith Bridges play in Los Angeles
  • Devil Sedan and Shade of the Trees by Kenley Smith
  • From the Director: If you write plays, go see plays
Vol. 02, No. 04 (PDF)
(September, 2008)
  • Guest Profile: Annaliese Moyer
  • Student Spotlight: Jayne Benjulian
  • Guest Profile: Lucy Thurber
  • Area Highlight: Barter Theatre
  • Playwright’s Lab Multi-Media: Online archive of back issues, podcasts, email list
  • From the Director: Studio Roanoke Artistic Directorship
Vol. 02, No. 05 (PDF)
(October, 2008)
  • Call for Actor and Director Headshots/Resumes
  • Student Spotlight: Peter Sapienza
  • Guest Profile: Celise Kalke
  • Deal by Neeley Gossett
  • NaPlWriMo
  • From the Director: Vote for the Arts in 2008!
Vol. 02, No. 06 (PDF)
(November, 2008)
  • Mellon Foundation gives $10 Million to Promote New Plays
  • Student Spotlight: Nicole B. Adkins (Nikki)
  • Guest Profile: Bonnie Metzgar
  • Roanoke and No Shame Get International Press
  • Area Highlight: Taubman Museum of Art
  • From the Director: Picking the right program for you
Vol. 02, No. 07 (PDF)
(December, 2008)
  • Resource: WordBRIDGE Playwright's Laboratory
  • Guest Profile: Michael Kerry Williams
  • Area Highlight: Jefferson Center
  • Resource: InSIGHT for Playwrights
  • From the Director: Your Application Package
Vol. 02, No. 08 (PDF)
(January, 2009)
  • Roanoke Regional Writer’s Conference
  • Devil Sedan by Kenley Smith opens in Omaha
  • Mill Mountain Theatre Closing
  • Dramatists Guild of America
  • Area Highlight: Arts Council of the Blue Ridge
  • From the Director: Letters of Reference
Vol. 02, No. 09 (PDF)
(February, 2009)
  • AWP Conference
  • National Conference of MFA Playwriting Programs at Fordham
  • Jayne Benjulian Named Resident Dramaturg at the San Francisco Magic Theatre
  • Save AboutFace Theatre
  • No Shame moves to Hollins
  • From the Director: Resume and Official Transcripts
Vol. 02, No. 10 (PDF)
(March, 2009)
  • Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights
  • Worth in Numbers by Neeley Gossett
  • Dreamtime by Maura Campbell opens in Vermont
  • SETC 2009
  • Sunny da Silva Interns at Studio Roanoke as Literary Associate
  • From the Director: What Kind of Writing Samples Do We Want?
Vol. 02, No. 11 (PDF)
(April, 2009)
  • Course Listings for Summer 2009
  • Studio Roanoke Opens Ambitious First Season!
  • Visiting Faculty Profiles: Jason Grote and Bonnie Metzgar
  • Lie with Me by Keith Bridges opens in Los Angeles
  • From the Director: Your Letter of Interest
Vol. 02, No. 12 (PDF)
(May, 2009)
  • Confirmed Guests for Summer 2009
  • Student Spotlight: Ben R. Williams
  • Ant Farm by Ben R. Williams
  • Neeley Gossett Interns at the Alliance Theatre
  • Adam Hahn Commissioned by Kaiser Permanente
  • From the Director: How we select our guests and visiting faculty