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A podcast by two friends who met at Iowa Playwrights Workshop.
Join hosts Sam Collier and Sarah Cho as they try to figure out playwriting.

113. PLAY: BureauCRAZY by Kate Danley Beckett’s Babies

Every month, we pick a play or two to discuss, and this week's episode is a play called "BureauCRAZY" by Kate Danley. We discuss what we noticed, what we liked, and questions that came up  while reading the play. Note: There are some spoiler alerts! We highly recommend you read the play before listening to this episode! About the Play: Grace and Amy, two outrageous admins stuck in a soul-sucking job, are just slogging their way through the work week. But when their supervisor chokes, everything goes awry and begins a domino-effect of destruction. 9-to-5 meets One Man, Two Guvnors in this quick-witted, sidesplitting farce. About the Playwright: Kate Danley is a USA TODAY Bestselling author and thirty-year veteran of stage and screen and one of the original co-founders of the Seattle Playwrights Salon. Glistens: Sarah – no-screen sunday and peaches and cream pie Sam – Arcadia by Lauren Groff ____________________________________________ Please support Beckett's Babies by reviewing, sharing an episode with   your friends or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter:  @beckettsbabies And as always, we would love to hear from you!   Send us your questions or thoughts on playwriting and we might discuss it in our next episode. Email: contact@beckettsbabies.com For more info, visit our website: http://www.beckettsbabies.com Theme Music: "Live Like the Kids" by  Samuel Johnson, Laura Robertson, Luke O'Dea (APRA) — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beckettsbabies/support
  1. 113. PLAY: BureauCRAZY by Kate Danley
  2. 112. TOPIC: What Makes a Monologue Good w/ Returning Special Guest Shaun Leisher!
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  4. 110. We're Back from Hiatus! Woot!
  5. 109. PLAYBACK: Interview with Deborah Yarchun (2020)

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