Guest Blog: Richard Greenberg on becoming autodidactic and plays with plots not points
By Guest Contributor · 24 Jul 2013
American playwright Richard Greenberg's award-winning plays include Three Days of Rain and Take Me Out. As his 1990 play The American Plan receives its London premiere at the St James Theatre, he recalls how he taught himself to write plays with plots and people who act like people
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