Playwright Mary McCullough taps into themes both large and small — everything from the Great Migration to Alzheimer’s disease — but her focus is always on the intimate details that bring her characters to life.
McCullough, who has just been named playwright–in–residence at Roxbury’s Hibernian Hall (a virtual celebration takes place Friday), is looking forward to a year of developing new work and seeing at least one of her plays, “Smoked Oysters,” mounted in the fall.
“I am very aware that I am following in the footsteps of such talented playwrights as Patricia Elam Walker, Jacqui Parker, and Peter Snoad,” she says. “I’m a little nervous, but also very excited.”
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