Each Monday night on the Waldron Stage of Mill Mountain Theatre, the Playwright’s Lab at Hollins presents a talk by a prominent working professional theatre artist. This week’s guest is Roland Tec, the director of membership for the Dramatists Guild of America. He has spearheaded several educational initiatives, including Self-Production Boot Camp, and served as artistic director of Boston’s groundbreaking New Opera Theatre Ensemble for 12 years. Notable film credits include two features which he wrote, directed, and produced, <em>All the Rage</em> and <em>We Pedal Uphill</em>. His current project <em>Kennedy V</em>, a new play inspired by Shakespeare’s <em>Henry IV, part 1,</em> focuses on the struggles and missteps of a junior senator from Massachusetts named Teddy Kennedy. Tec is a member of the Producers Council of the Producers Guild of America.