I am thrilled to report that Radium Girls was among the 10 most-produced full-length plays in U.S. high schools in 2017-18, according to the Educational Theatre Association’s annual survey, released Aug 1. As a result, National Public Radio has updated its report on the most-popular high school plays and Radium Girls gets a mention. EDTA, […]
The National New Play Network announces the rolling world premiere for Memoirs of a Forgotten Man, starting with the acclaimed production at the Contemporary American Theatre Festival in Shepherdstown, W.Va., and continuing with productions at Shadowland Stages in Ellenville, N.Y., and New Jersey Repertory Co., in Long Branch, N.J., in 2019. Read the full release […]
Memory is a treacherous force in “Memoirs of a Forgotten Man,” D.W. Gregory’s suspenseful and carefully wrought what-if, set in the Soviet Union during, and just after, Stalin’s rule.
Radium Girls just closed a sellout run at Mana Little Theatre in Plimmerton, New Zealand.
“The Sudden Sixties” was featured in The Ferber Project at New Jersey Repertory Company May 30-June 3. The play was one of five short works based on short stories by Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Edna Ferber.
D.W. Gregory was one of 78 Maryland artists to be recognized for excellence in their field by the Maryland State Arts Council at a celebration on May 20 in Baltimore. The 2018 Individual Arts Awards were chosen from among 367 applicants and included grants to 18 playwrights from around the state.
On March 3 and 4, the celebrated playwright of “Radium Girls,” DW Gregory is coming to Millersville University for a post-show talkback with the audience. She is also giving a workshop on playwriting. Her show “Radium Girls” has been done at countless schools, but the idea all started with a drive and desire to tell the girls’ story.
Every year the Fringe produces a few real standouts among its more serious offerings. D.W. Gregory’s thoughtful and funny Salvation Road is an excellent example. Anchored by a talented young cast and brimming with intellectual brain food, Salvation Road is a powerful little play about the opaque nature of understanding and belief.