Craftsmanship Regained

Where are the Eugene O’Neill’s, Lillian Hellman’s, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Millers, or for that matter, the August Wilson’s of today? In fact, we have heard little from such playwrights as Sam Shepard, Marsha Norman, Beth Henley or Caryl Churchill in the last several years – all of whom might well have suffered from the lack…


The Craft: An Actor’s Blog by The Patterson Studio

“The stage is an epitome, a bettered likeness of the world with dull parts left out”

William Hazlitt