a conversation with Daniel Talbott Sarah T. Schwab inter view Daniel Talbott is an actor, director, playwright, producer and literary manager of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater as well as the artistic director of the Lucille Lortel and NYIT Awardwinning Rising Phoenix Rep. His recent directing work includes Scarcity (Rattlestick), Mike and Seth (Encore), Slipping (Rattlestick), AZAK (Rattlestick/ Encore), Lake Water (Neighborhood Productions), Eightythree Down (Hard Sparks), Much Ado About Nothing (Boomerang), Squealer (Lesser America) and The Umbrella Plays (the teacup company/FringeNYC-- Overall Excellence Award: Outstanding Play). His plays include Slipping, Yosemite, AZAK, What Happened When, Someone Brought Me and Mike and Seth. He is a graduate of Juilliard and of Solano College Theatre's ATP and teaches at Primary Stages/ESPA. SaraH ScHWab: Can you talk a little about how you started writing and what advice you have for other first-time writers? time writer. There are so many artists I work with whom I look up to, like Adam Rapp, Lucy Thurber, Annie Baker, Sheila Callaghan, Mark Schultz. . . . I really admire their work, so I still feel like a newbie. It's always shocking to me that anyone wants to see a play I've written. I entered the theater
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Jan 9, 2013
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