In honor of the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday, we'd like to recognize some of its world class playwrights with a word search. Can you find the last name of these famous Irish playwrights?
In SCR’s 2018 production of Sense and Sensibility, Rebecca Mozo portrayed one of the Dashwood sisters in this Jane Austen classic. She chose a photo from the production and told us why it's important moment from the play.
If you attended the 2017 Pacific Playwrights Festival, you may have seen SCR's future Artistic Director on stage. David Ivers (below center in rehearsal) appeared as Petruchio in the PPF staged reading of Amy Freed's SHREW!
These plays have all been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. They've also appeared in SCR's Pacific Playwrights Festival or Newscripts series. Can you unscramble them?
Jake Manabat selected a photo from his SCR debut in David Henry Hwang’s M. Butterfly and in this Q&A, talked about why it’s an important moment.
When SCR commissioned playwright Donald Margulies in 2006, he originally set out to write a children’s play. What he ended up penning was the epically titled Shipwrecked! An Entertainment—The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont As Told by Himself.
Meet SCR's Casting Director Joanne in the new Meet a Theatre Pro!
Since its founding more than a half-century ago, SCR has commissioned more than 200 playwrights. To mark Black History Month, meet some of our commissioned writers.
Director and choreographer Art Manke helmed Mr. Popper’s Penguins in the Theatre for Young Audiences Family Series. He selected a photo and told us why it's a memorable moment from that play.
In 2016, SCR produced its third Julia Cho play—the world premiere of Office Hour. Actors Raymond Lee and Sandra Oh (pictured), guided by director Neel Keller, navigated the play’s rich and complex subject matter.