Read more about why the Willamette Week holds up Anya Pearson’s THREE LOVE SONGS and E. M. Lewis’s MAGELLANICA as some of the best of 2020.
E. M. Lewis shares her essay “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Play,” posted by HowlRound.
Join E. M. Lewis for a panel with Artists Rep: How to Tell Your Own Story.
Featuring artists Vin Shambry, Juan Villa, Stephanie Walker, and Michael Shutt.
Sunday, October 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Have a listen! Dan Kitrosser and E. M. Lewis contributed to this group piece by nine playwrights and screenwriters.
Brian James Polak strayed from his usual playwright interviews and instead invited E. M. Lewis to keep an audio diary. Listen to the episode here.
Read more about these new pieces from Sara Jean Accuardi, E. M. Lewis, Anya Pearson, and Josie Seid in this Broadway World article.
LineStorm is busy preparing for PATA’s Fertile Ground!
You Ruined My Play or, Svetlana! Svetlana!
Lunchtime (and Evening) Readings @ Artists Rep
Jan. 24 – Jan. 31, NOON, and Feb. 1, 5:30 p.m., 2019
FREE! Just show up.
New ten-minute and full-length plays by LineStorm Playwrights.
Explore protest in America through this new play, presented as a reading by Portland Shakespeare Project’s Proscenium Live Festival of New Work.