Anne Hamilton/Hamilton Dramaturgy


Anne Now Appearing in L.A. Theatre Works Web Bonus Segment

Anne Hamilton is now appearing through January 15th as a theatrical expert in L.A. Theatre Works’  broadcast of THE LION IN WINTER, starring Alfred Molina and Kathleen Chalfant.

The interview covers the topic of “Dueling Families”.  Anne comments  on various aspects of family dynamics in HENRY IV and MAJOR BARBARA. Ethan McSweeney and Gavin Witt also serve as commentators.

Anne appeared in L.A. Theatre Works’ programming in July when she commented on Mothers and Sons in conjunction with the broadcast of GOING TO ST. IVES.

L.A. Theatre Works broadcasts recordings of classic and modern plays over nearly 20 NPR stations nationwide. Please check for local listings at http://www.bigcontact.com/latw .

Station Affiliates

CJSF 90.1 FM, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Jefferson Public Radio, Eugene, OR
KALW 91.7 FM, San Francisco, CA
KKFI 90.1 FM, Kansas City, MO
KMUN 91.9 FM, Astoria, OR
KNPR 88.9 FM, Las Vegas, NV
KPCC 89.3 FM, Pasadena, CA
KPFA 94.1 FM, Berkeley, CA
KRCB 91.1 FM, Rohnert Park, CA
KUCR 88.3 FM, Riverside, CA
KUNM 89.9 FM, Albuquerque, NM
KUOW 94.9 FM, Seattle, WA
KUT-HD, Austin, TX
Spokane Public Radio, Spokane, WA
WABE 90.1 FM, Atlanta, GA
WBEZ 91.5 FM, Chicago, IL
WCPN 90.3 FM, Cleveland, OH
WGBH 89.7 FM, Boston, MA
WHFC 91.1 FM, Bel Air, MD
WMNF HD3, Tampa, FL
WNJR 91.7 FM, Washington, PA
WRVO 89.9 FM, Oswego, NY

Thank you, again L.A. Theatre Works, for this great opportunity.



Anne to Appear as Guest Commentator on NPR
November 19, 2010, 12:01 am
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Anne Hamilton recorded a second interview with L.A. Theatre Works (www.latw.org) as a guest theatre expert.

She was interviewed by LATW Associate Producer Myke Weiskopf on the topic of “Dueling Families” in preparation for a late December broadcast of THE LION IN WINTER.

Anne commented on various aspects of family dynamics in HENRY IV, MAJOR BARBARA and CRIMES OF THE HEART.

L.A. Theatre Works broadcasts recordings of classic and modern plays over nearly 20 NPR stations nationwide. Please check http://www.bigcontact.com/latw for the exact date of the broadcast. And listen to the Web Bonus segment online in December.

Anne appeared as a guest expert on the program in July where she spoke on the topic of  “Mothers and Sons” in GOING TO ST. IVES, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, and ALL MY SONS.

Thank you, L.A. Theatre Works, for this great opportunity.



Listen to Anne on NPR on July 24th and Purchase online at LATW.org

7/24/2010: Going to St. Ives by Lee Blessing. Starring L. Scott Caldwell and Caroline Goodall

L.A. Theatre Works is now rebroadcasting  GOING TO ST. IVES in its Radio Theatre Series. Anne is featured a guest commentator on the topic of Mothers and Sons in GOING TO ST. IVES PART II (after the end of the play), and the GOING TO ST. IVES WEB BONUS, available at http://www.bigcontact.com/latw . Anne comments on  ST. IVES, THE  GLASS MENAGERIE, and ALL MY SONS. The segment is now playing online. It played on 19 NPR station affiliates listed below on July 24th.  Click here to be directed to the L.A. Theatre Works website. Enjoy!

Station Affiliates

KCPB 90.9 FM, Warrenton, OR
KKFI 90.1 FM, Kansas City, MO
KMUN 91.9 FM, Astoria, OR
KNPR 88.9 HD-3, Las Vegas, NV
KPBX 91.1 FM, Spokane, WA
KPCC 89.3 FM, Los Angeles, CA
KPFA 94.1 FM, Berkeley, CA
KRCB 91.1 FM, North Bay (SF)
KUNM 89.9 FM, Albuquerque, NM
KUOW 94.9 FM, Seattle, WA
KUT2 HD, Austin, TX
KVNO 90.7 FM, Omaha, NE
WABE 90.1 FM, Atlanta, GA
WBEZ 91.5 FM, Chicago, IL
WCPN 90.3 FM, Cleveland, OH
WGBH 89.7 FM, Boston, MA
WICA 91.5 FM, Traverse City, MI
WMNF HD3, Tampa, FL
WRVO 89.9 FM, Oswego, NY



ScriptForward! #22 – A Specialty Newsletter for Scriptwriting Professionals

Greetings!

Click here to read Hamilton Dramaturgy’s ScriptForward! #22

Welcome to the June issue of ScriptForward!, a specialty E-newsletter prepared for professional and aspiring scriptwriters by Hamilton Dramaturgy. With nineteen years of experience in New York, across the nation, and internationally, I offer this newsletter as a means of support and information to the worldwide scriptwriting community.

This month’s features:
Two of my plays and a poem have been selected for the juried exhibition TRANSITIONS at Pen and Brush, Inc. in NYC. ANOTHER WHITE SHIRT (play), THE STACY PLAY – A LOVE SONG – VOLUME I (play) and GONDOLIER (poem) are appearing in the virtual exhibit at http://www.penandbrush.org through September 3rd.

Anne Hamilton Reads a Monologue from ANOTHER WHITE SHIRT

Ludovica Villar-Hauser, a director/dramaturg, writes an article about Works by Women, a new theatre-going advocacy group she created in New York City.

My audio podcast series TheatreNow!, an oral history of leading American female theatre artists, is available at
https://hamiltondramaturgy.wordpress.com. Guests include: Quiara Alegria Hudes, Ruth Margraff, Kristin Marting, Catherine Filloux, Yvette Heyliger and Yvonne Heyliger, Valentina Fratti, and Claire Lautier.

My Burning An[swer] segment features advice on how a college student can train to become a dramaturg.

My “Recent Successes” section features many new collaborations!- Tina Andrews, George Marcy, Bob Goldstone, and Warren Bodow.

I hope that this issue of ScriptForward! will be useful to you and I welcome your feedback



Anne Interviewed by L.A. Theatre Works for NPR Show

On June 24th, Anne served as a guest commentator for the upcoming L.A. Theatre Works audio presentation of Lee Blessing’s GOING TO ST. IVES. The topic was Mothers and Sons in Blessing’s play, OEDIPUS REX, THE GLASS MENAGERIE and ALL MY SONS. The segment will be aired on NPR as a companion piece to the rebroadcast of the lay.

The broadcast is set for July 24th. Check this blog for an update with the exact times and member station call numbers.

LA Theatre Works has a large catalog of audio recordings of important plays performed by leading actors.Its website is a terrific resource at www.latw.org.

Lee Blessing’s compelling drama tells the story of the dignified mother of  a ruthless Central African dictator who travels to England seeking surgery for her failing eyes by an eminent opthalmologist. But her real motive triggers a profound moral dilemma and a bloody chain reaction of events with personal and political reverberations.

The performance features Caroline Goodall and L. Scott Caldwell.