Welcome to my home on the web. Here’s what’s going on:
THE BOOK OF D receives award and production
THE BOOK OF D has received the Blanche & Irving Laurie Award from The Growing Stage in Netcong, New Jersey. The play was selected as the winner of the company’s 4th Annual New Play Reading Series. The play will be given its world premiere by the company in the 2015-2016 season. For more information about The Growing Stage, visit here.
WILLIAM AND JUDITH will head to FringeNYC
The Playhouse Tulsa will bring WILLIAM AND JUDITH to the New York International Fringe Festival in August. Playhouse commissioned the work and produced its world premiere in February 2012. Members of the original company will reprise their roles and bring the show to New York.
CERTAIN UNEXPLAINABLE EVENTS gets Seattle reading at StageRIGHT
CERTAIN UNEXPLAINABLE EVENTS a one-act, was selected to be a part of StageRIGHT’s “Slingshot: Sci-Fi” Series in Seattle. The play will recieve a reading on May 4, 2015.
GONE produced in Minneapolis
GONE, a one-act, was selected for production by Gadfly Theatre’s Final Frontier: Horror! Festival. The one-act will join five other queer feminist horror-themes one-acts in rep July 6-19, 2015. For more information about the festival, visit here.
THE WOMAN’S PART receives developmental workshop at Acadiana Rep
THE WOMAN’S PART, a brand-new play, will recieve a developmental workshop at Acadiana Repertory Theatre in June 2015. Artistic Director Steven Landry will direct. Acadiana Rep is the company that developed IN THE BONES and THE SURVIVALISTS. For more information on ART and the workshop, visit here.
IN THE BONES in Omaha!
IN THE BONES has been announced as the 2015-2016 season opener for SNAP Productions Omaha. The production will open on August 20, 2015 and will be directed by M. Michele Phillips, who directed the reading of BONES at the Great Plains Theatre Conference in 2014. For more information about SNAP, visit here.
IN THE BONES published in the GPTC Reader
IN THE BONES, which was a MainStage selection at the 2014 Great Plains Theatre Conference in Omaha, NE, is now published in the GPTC Reader: 2014 MainStage Plays. All five MainStage plays are included in the anthology. To purchase a copy, visit here.