This Broadway entry will be a little longer than my usual few lines of reaction because this is an absolutely extraordinary production. When The Glass Menagerie came up on one of my discount theater sites I hesitated. I've seen so many productions of this classic work and studied it in high school and in college … Continue reading An exciting new The Glass Menagerie
Month: February 2017
Meeting Without End at Mary Baldwin
I am delighted to announce that my short play "Meeting Without End" will be performed in mid-May at Mary Baldwin University in Staunton, VA. It will be done by a member of a directing class as part of a project. I am confident it will be well directed because it will be led by a … Continue reading Meeting Without End at Mary Baldwin
Pitchers and Catchers Report!
Ah, such beautiful words. Spring is truly on its way. Throw and catch. Run and hit. Hope springs eternal. My beloved Cincinnati Reds will triumph this season. Of course, I've had that same refrain since 1991 but I believe it every year. Even without Brandon Phillips (we miss you already dude) I believe we can … Continue reading Pitchers and Catchers Report!
Discount Ticket Code
As noted in an earlier post, my short play HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LEONARD will be part of The Player's Theatre Short Play and Musical Festival. Performances are: Thursday, February 23 @ 7:00 PM Friday, February 24 @ 7:00 PM Saturday, February 25 @ 7:00 PM Sunday, February 26 @ 3:00 PM You can catch the shows … Continue reading Discount Ticket Code
MEETING WITHOUT END now a Finalist
My short play MEETING WITHOUT END is a Finalist in the Rover Dramawerks Third Annual 10-Minute Play Festival in Dallas-Fort Worth. I enter lots of competitions for festivals, roughly 50 a year or so. They are run by big organizations and small, sometimes offer a token payment for use of the play, but most often … Continue reading MEETING WITHOUT END now a Finalist
I recently had the opportunity to see the first Broadway production of August Wilson's JITNEY by MTC at The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. This was the first play of the cycle of plays written by Wilson but the last to reach Broadway. I was fortunate enough to see a production of the play in 1996 … Continue reading Jitney
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