The Literary Series: Interviews with Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates – Episode 1: Stewart Pringle from the National Theatre

What happens when you submit your script to a Literary Department? What does a Literary Manager do? What’s the difference between a New Work Associate and a Dramaturg? 

In this brand new video series from London Playwrights, Kimberley Andrews interviews Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates from theatres across the UK to find out more about how Literary Departments work, how relationships with writers are formed, and to get some advice for playwrights who want to submit their work. 

In this first Episode, Kimberley talks to Stewart Pringle, Dramaturg from from the National Theatre. 

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HOST: Kimberley Andrews
GUEST: Stewart Pringle
Producer: Jane Ryan
 
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2 thoughts on “The Literary Series: Interviews with Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates – Episode 1: Stewart Pringle from the National Theatre”

  1. Thank you Kimberely from Sydney, Australia for the informative and enlightening chat with Stuart Pringle. I gained a deeper understanding of the current mechanisms involved in nurturing playwriting at the National and Stuart was very open on both his own journey and the detailed process of script development.

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