HIGH TIDE OF HEARTBREAK. In the pages of American Theatre Magazine, a searing reflection on institutional theater sixteen years into a playwright’s career.

17 AND 37, a keynote speech on life as a teenage writer versus life as mid-writing-career mother.

A PRACTICE OF PANORAMIC TIME. In the wake of the election, American Theater Magazine asked playwrights and artistic directors, "What can theater do in challenging times?"

WHY THE BEST THEATER IS DANGEROUS, and other reflections during tech.

LICKABLE LIGHTNING, in which Hudes addresses the question, "What is a Latino playwright?"