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Spring 2016

  • Looking Back on 80 Years
  • The Politics of Arthur Miller
  • DPS 80th Anniversary Collection

Spring 2015

  • Round Table with John Patrick Shanley, Polly Pen, and Lynn Nottage
  • Editor's Picks
  • William Inge: Rediscovered
  • Place & Time: Historical Dramas

Spring/Summer 2012

  • John Logan on Red
  • John Cariani on Almost, Maine
  • Recent NY revivals
  • DPS ePlays announced

Spring/Summer 2010

  • Neil LaBute on Broadway
  • Michael Weller on Fifty Words
  • Steven Dietz on Yankee Tavern
  • Lucky Number Seven: New Plays

Fall/Winter 2008

  • Carol Burnett/Carrie Hamilton
  • Donald Margulies' Brooklyn Boy
  • Doug Wright on Grey Gardens
  • Keith Bunin on Family

Spring/Summer 2006

  • Austin Pendleton
  • A Brief History of DPS
  • Wendy Wasserstein
  • The New Diary of Anne Frank

Spring/Summer 2005

  • Professor Paula Vogel
  • Playwriting Students Roundtable
  • Christopher Durang's Exercises
  • Lessons of The Laramie Project

Fall/Winter 2005

  • John Caird
  • Anne Kaufman Schneider
  • The Family Play
  • www.dramatists.com

Fall/Winter 2003

  • Interview with a Bat Boy
  • Polly Pen
  • Mary Murfitt
  • Jacques Brel is Alive & Well
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Spring/Summer 2002

  • Kia Corthron
  • Pamela Gien
  • Julia Miles on the State of Women Playwrights
  • The Wit Initiative

Spring 2001

  • Jeff Daniels
  • Laurence Fishburne
  • Doug Wright
  • From Stage to Screen
  • Play Misty for Me
  • Margaret Edson

Fall 2000

  • David Auburn
  • Jessica Goldberg
  • David Lindsay-Abaire
  • Who's on the Net?
  • Rights & Restrictions
  • Gilbert Parker

Spring 2000

  • Diana Son
  • Dinner with Friends
  • Craig Pospisil
  • Christopher Durang

Fall 1999

  • Margaret Edson
  • Warren Leight
  • The Weir
  • Closer
  • Rights & Restrictions
  • Flora Roberts

Spring 1999

  • Paula Vogel
  • Copy Cat
  • Gross Indecency

Spring 1998

  • Martin McDonagh
  • 'Art'
  • Mere Mortals
  • Rights & Restrictions