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Instagram, You Tart!

I got myself an instagram account, and it’s alright. I like the fact that it’s literally like Twitter, except with lots of pics. The funny little option I enjoy is “regramming”. 178 more words

Poetry And Productions

Two newly published plays

In the final burst of the latest publishing round from Lazy Bee Scripts, two of my latest one act plays have reached the light of day. 346 more words


Review: Let my people go

Well, Christian Voices have wrapped up another show.
Let my people go has been well received and we’d like to thank all those who came to any of the six shows. 314 more words



I didn’t realize how difficult it was to write an adaptation of a play from a book, vs. writing a play simply from what my mind conjured up. 301 more words


Review Roundup for October

If you’re wondering where I’ve gone: nowhere! But I have been really busy at work lately, and had quite a few baseball games to watch over these past few weeks. 881 more words


Sundance Institute Announces Projects and Artists for Two Fall Theatre Labs

New Work by Lucy Alibar, Elise Thoron, Frank London and 600 HIGHWAYMEN
Selected for Lab at MASS MoCA, Nov. 30 – Dec. 14

New York, NY  1,845 more words


Major Barbara and Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaw and the Dual Purpossooth of his Characters

The first George Bernard Shaw play I read was “Pygmalion,” which is his most famous and possibly most accessible work and I was completely enchanted. He has a gift for smuggling in all sorts of didactic points to a story that is delightful on its own. 1,219 more words

George Bernard Shaw