"Kissing Frogs" has a bit of kissing, but there's not an amphibian in sight.
"Kissing Frogs" is the title, but there's not an amphibian in sight!
"It had to be a well written piece and one that had good parts for all of the actors. No spear carriers!" says playwright Anne Flanagan.
The light at the end of the Dark Alley has a distinctly female hue!
In "Artifice," struggling artist Payne Showers finally gets his big break. He dies.
Breshaun Joyner conceived of her one-woman show "Once More With Fire," wrote the script, amassed a crew, and is now preparing for opening night, in ten weeks.
The BPP now offers a guarantee: If patrons don't feel they’ve gotten their money’s worth, they can ask for a full refund. Saturday night, nobody did.
The Bloomington Playwrights Project pulls together some of the top playwrights in the country along with local playwrights focusing on the environment.
80s Shorts at the Bloomington Playwrights Project is a set of five ten-minute-plays that evoke the 80s on a stage set with brightly colored Rubik’s cubes.
Marty and Doc drive a soy-fueled Prius in one of the '80s Shorts at Bloomington Playwrights Project.