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‘Wright Club

The Amoralists year-long playwright development program, in which 6 authors face off with their harshest critics, themselves, through guided artistic challenges and structured peer support. We are a community of playmakers bound by the principles, and strengthened in the practice, of courageous vulnerability. 

To build a community of artists, focusing primarily on writers for the theatre; To deepen authors’ understanding of their own process through production; And to broaden the theatre community's conversation about playmaking.

The first year has ended triumphantly. The second year is about to begin.


The "anti-talkback" we've all been dying for. (Photo by Russell Rowland.

The "anti-talkback" we've all been dying for. (Photo by Russell Rowland.

Attend: ‘Wright Night

‘Wright Night is the public forum of the ‘Wright Club program. At ‘Wright Night audiences witness 2 one-acts staged on their feet—not read behind music stands! After the performances, audiences sit ringside as the authors viscerally explore the work in a way never before seen. Subverting the traditional “talk back,” the 2 playwrights engage one another in a dialectic method designed to elicit dramatic, profound communication, a debate style that must be experienced to be fully understood.

Our Next 'Wright Nights will be announced soon.



Click the pic to see the shtick.

Join 'Wright Club
We will see you in the ring.

‘Wright Club 2015-16 was:

Keelay Gipson, Sander Gusinow, David Haan, Lindsay Joy, Andrew Rincón, and D. L. Siegel.

Jerrod Bogard: ‘Wright Club Program Director

Gary Jaffe: Associate ‘Wright Club Program Director

Development of 'Wright Club has been made possible by a space grant from The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York,  our family of Rocket Hub donors, and the generous contributions of our Producers Core, a mighty circle of donors and theatre supporters. Contact 'Wright Club here.


"My year with Wright Club has made me a better writer,
and a better collaborator. The other members of 'Wright Club have
pushed me to delve deeper and take bigger risks."
-- Club Author Lindsay Joy