TRW Plays: The place where writers are nurtured, the place where productions are supported, the place for discovery and entertainment.

Representing creatively gifted writers of thought provoking, contemporary, socially and culturally relevant stories, TRW Plays brings our collection of diverse, empowering, funny and important titles to all stages of the world. With the exploration of timely, engaging and riveting topics, actors and audiences alike will share memorable experiences from their participation in TRW Plays. 

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Essays and Q and A's with TRW Plays Playwrights

QnA with Cori Thomas, author of LOCKDOWN, on the realities of her volunteer work in prisons, who inspired the characters in LOCKDOWN, and much more.

"It was as if everyone that I met at the prison shared their DNA with me which ends up woven throughout the fabric of the play. The men were all so gracious and open, I felt it only right that I put myself in the play also.”

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Meet Inda Craig-Galván QnA

Meet Inda Craig-Galván, author of BLACK SUPER HERO MAGIC MAMA and A HIT DOG WILL HOLLER.

Her work is raw, honest, and hilarious. Her plays explore real-world problems wrapped in the dynamic magic of the theatre. She took some time to discuss these two plays in depth and reveals the best advice she’s ever received.  Read now to learn more about her process of writing this play and the importance (or necessity) of collaboration within theatre. 

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STACIE LENTS QnA

Stacie Lents, author of COLLEGE COLORS, spent some time (in the middle of tech week!) with TRW discussing her thought-provoking play about friendship and change.

Read now to learn more about her process of writing this play and the importance (or necessity) of collaboration within theatre.  

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Essay by Tyler Dwiggins

Tyler Dwiggins writes about his most personal play yet, THE BINDING, in his essay about how he came to write this story and the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in theatre and film. He calls this play “The Gay Pixar Play”. Find out why... 

Tyler was kind enough to share some time with TRWPlays, with an exclusive essay. 

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