Adam Szymkowicz has been doing an amazing series of interviews with contemporary and indie playwrights. Today is #78: Bay Area favorite Liz Duffy Adams:
Q: A lot of your work has been done in San Francisco. What is the theater scene like there?
A: In my experience, there’s a wealth of small theaters doing new work there; it’s a fantastic place for new plays. I’ve worked with a handful — Crowded Fire, Shotgun, Cutting Ball — and there are many more. And Playwrights Foundation is tremendously supportive of local and visiting playwrights. I love the Bay Area, I’ve had nothing but wonderful experiences there. The audiences are marvelously smart, receptive and un-jaded.
Read the whole thing.