This is the fifth in a series of podcast interviews about The 19th Amendment Project, a collection of plays commissioned by Burning Coal Theatre, the League of Women Voters of Wake County, and 12 other area theater companies, including Theatre in the Park (who co-produced MJ Perrin’s play, Behold, Colored and Woman, Inconceivable). Perrin’s play will be available to view virtually through the end of September. For more information, visit Burning Coal Theatre’s website.
Hear what MJ Perrin has to say to RDU on Stage about her work, history, and much more.
About the Guest
MJ Perrin’s plays have been produced throughout the United States. She’s a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awardee for Playwriting and a former member of the New Perspective Theatre’s Women’s Work Short Play Lab in New York City where her short play, Stepping Through Blood, was produced. Perrin received her MFA in Theatre Arts from Towson University, where she is an Adjunct Professor III. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
Hear what the other 19th Amendment Project playwrights have to say about the collective of work.