Survival Secrets of a Southern Woman Playwright
Meredith Bean McMath flourishes at a time when only one in five U.S. plays have a female playwright.
by Diane Helentjaris
All children are playwrights and directors. Cross-legged on the floor, youngsters put toys through their paces. “Bam! You’re dead!” “Barbie, I love you.” But, for most, growing up extinguishes that particular creative flame.