A long-form interview with playwright Doug Williams.
Justin is a heartbroken young musician who escapes to his father’s cabin in the middle of nowhere
In the end, the plays you produce are greater than the plays you don’t
Williams avoids the metatheatrics associated with plays about performance for an inquiry into painful transitions we all must undergo.
Adapting Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s but not pulling verbatim from the novella, three playwrights have created a special experience in a Point Breeze row home.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Chris, Bruce, and Doug: Interview with three playwrights restaging a Fringe favorite
We talk to Chris Davis, Bruce Walsh, and Doug Williams ahead of their relaunch of HOLLY’S DEAD SOLDIERS.
Philly Shakes’ production isn’t afraid to embrace the wonderfully silly and naughty aspects of Shakespeare, and the approach works like a charm.
Part Two of Douglas Williams backstage diary as the play he wrote finishes rehearsals and opens to audiences.
Diary of a Playwright: Doug Williams tracks his thoughts as he prepares for his first professional production
Douglas Williams has partnered with Phindie to share the playwright’s perspective as a new play is developed, rehearsed, and produced
A collaboration between three inventive local playwrights, SAFE SPACE provides its audience a Fringe adventure: a choose your own adventure.
In this special Phindie feature, Chris interviews Doug about safe spaces, role-playing, and the playwriting process.
In this special Phindie feature, Holly’s Dead Soldiers alums Douglas Williams and Chris Davis talk about Chris’s new work and his recent trip to Scotland for the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe.
Playwright Douglas Williams collaborated on a stand-out Fringe hit of 2013, Holly’s Dead Soldiers Doug shared five picks the 2014 Fest.
Needless to say, with over forty individual shows slated to pop up across Philly from June 19-29, it can be hard to decide where you’re going to spend your pocket money.
To give you a clearer picture of what’s in store, freelance writer/performer Julius Ferraro conducts a series of flash interviews of our artists!
In episode two, we get Chaplin in Queen Village, time travel in South Philly, and brain spasms in Kensington.
The play transpires in and around Bruce Walsh’s living room. (September 14 performances will take place at the home of Doug Williams.) Three collaborating playwrights share a sense of community that…