Tim Foley talks to The Pickwyck all about his new play The Dogs of War, his favorite playwright and what influences his writing.
Where did you grow up, do you have a theatrical family?
When did you decide you wanted to be a playwright?
How does this play differ from other plays you have written?
What inspired you to write this particular piece of work and to tackle the tough issues of mental health? It sounded absolutely fascinating, especially using different generations as a storytelling device.
Tell me about the invisible dogs!
Describe the show for us a bit! What would you like audiences to walk away with?
What has been your experience so far in the production working on bringing this show to the stage?
What advice would you share with an aspiring playwright?
What is one of your favorite playwrights/play and why?
Are you working on your next project already and if so, could you tell us a little bit about it?
Some personal favorites: what is your favorite movie, book or TV show?
Favorite place to write? Do you do any creative exercises to get in the writing zone?