Playwright: A Compound Word for a Compound Job

playwright n. a writer who plays until the play plays right

Fun fact: in older English, a “wright” was a maker or craftsman, which makes a playwright a maker of plays, an artisan. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s pretty cool. And entirely appropriate.

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