53. INTERVIEW: Beth Hyland


In this episode, Sam and Sarah get the opportunity to chat with fellow BB listener, playwright, and songwriter — Beth Hyland! In this episode, she shares her experience in self-producing her own work, staying creative, balancing creative and work life, and her new playALL-ONE! THE DR. BRONNER’S PLAY which will be getting a “Zoom” staged reading at the end of April. Check it out!


Beth Hyland is a playwright and songwriter based in Chicago. Her plays and musicals have been produced and developed regionally in the UK at the Stephen Joseph Theatre and Octagon Theatre, and around the US at Steppenwolf LookOut, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Hearth, First Floor, The Passage, Broken Nose, The Sound, and others. She is the playwright-in-residence and co-founder of The Sound.

To learn more about Beth, be sure to visit her website at www.bethhyland.com

Sam’s – 4-year-old girl found alive and well after 2 days in the woods

Sarah’s – Practicing joke writing

Beth’s – If you have the means, donate to your local theaters and restaurants no matter how small the donation may be.


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