Author Archives: Mark Rose

The Maharini’s Last Game First Reading L.A.

          April 7, 2014 The Maharini’s Last Game, Act I of a new full-length play, gets its first reading at the Greenway Court Theatre. The play is being developed within the Playwrights-Directors Unit of the Actors … Continue reading

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PRNYC Advances to Semi-Finals at the O’Neill

I’m happy to announce that PRNYC has advanced as a semi-finalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, this August, in Connecticut. Finalists, to be announced in April, get to spent five weeks in residence at the O’Neill, culminating in staged … Continue reading

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Infiltration

Infiltration.  There is a process of infiltration that occurs with me now, in which a character from another play or sketch infiltrates another play, and it makes sense. Abe and Val are having an anniversary dinner at the Temple of … Continue reading

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Cogitations on PRNYC Reading in Seattle

Pulali, 9/8/2013: A staged reading is a dramatic presentation of a work in progress. It’s ‘staged’ because it’s rehearsed, it’s not a cold reading. It’s dramatic because the actors make choices about the characters they portray and they are invested … Continue reading

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