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The Form’s The Thing

As a poet and playwright working in the renaissance form, I’ve found that if you simply begin a play with the premise that a great deal of your dialogue will be in iambic pentameter, then many of the conventions of the form grow naturally from that decision. A play dealing in the theatricality of language […]

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