Dream Together by Jessica Hughes (prompt by Brenna Nicely, Jayne Wegner, and Matt McGeachy)
Háblame en my language By Mar Gómez Glez (prompt by Kasey Kopp and Ken Cerniglia)
Drowned by Mar Gómez Glez (prompt by Eric Stroud)
These Aren't Kosher by Mar Gómez Glez (prompt by Caroline Russell King)
Space Pickles by Mar Gómez Glez (prompt by Moss)
How Many Dramaturgs Does it Take? by Jessica Hughes (prompt by Emily White)
Tubes by Mar Gómez Glez (prompt by Dina)
The Personal Essay by Jessica Hughes (prompts from Robert Dufley and Stephen Colella)
Down Yonder by Jessica Hughes (prompts by Emily Kleypas, Patric Myers, Elyse Griffin, and Caroline Russell King)
Since Center Stage launched the Wright-Right-Now series in 2013 at the annual fall Open House, the project has grown by leaps and bounds, giving opportunities to writers and engaging audiences directly in the new play process, while enlivening a diverse range of encounters. Please feel free to adopt, or adapt, the process for yourself in whatever way you see fit—nothing would please us more than to see seedlings of Wright-Right-Now sprouting up everywhere, in more sizes and shapes than we can even imagine.
And, if we embrace the hashtag #WrightRightNow for all, we can link efforts together in a community of playwriting and creation—folks could even take, and execute, commissions virtually!