In a recent blog post for Theater Communication Group’s online journal, TCG Circle, playwright Diane Glancy counted her Global Voices experience as one of the most “game-changing productions” she’s seen or created. Glancy states:
“Just by neglecting a set and putting emphasis on the words alone, the language stood up as a warrior and said what it maybe had wanted to say all along. The words were set, action, character, conflict / complication / and resolution. The focus centered on what was heard. I also saw my play in relationship to others in the series, as it became a part of the group of plays that became a ‘communal play that took three weeks to present’ (my words).”
Read the entire blog post here.