On writing a play together

DARA: There’s no clear way to make a play. And don’t let anybody or any book tell you otherwise. There’s no formula that you can use that predictably creates a play each time. If you went down the same path, you’d keep arriving at the same spot. So we having to keep hacking new paths to find new spaces between. When I was in high school, I had a particularly stellar drama teacher, Steve Bogart. (I know everybody who has ever “trod the boards” credits a good HSDT, but seriously, we had the best.) Who else would have the patience to lead twenty rowdy, awkward, over-eager teenagers through the delicate and bumbling process of collectively writing a play? Yet somehow, under Steve’s guidance, it

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