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Baby It’s Cold Outside

The basement of the Chapel Street Players playhouse Saturday was warm against the cool the weather outside.

Snuggly in fact.

Maybe it wasn’t the temperature that induced all the snuggliness, but rather it the was five of us in the basement reading George Cope’s most recent update to his new play “Wisdom.” 153 more words


Register Now for CWW Writing & Yoga Retreat in Newport, RI (April 2-5, 2015)

Join us April 2-5, 2015 for our first annual springtime Writing & Yoga Retreat in beautiful and gilded Newport, Rhode Island.  Our Newport retreat offers the opportunity for writers of all genres and levels to work alongside award-winning authors & editors to hone their craft and expand their writing skills, while working on new or existing projects.  48 more words

Writing for the Stage: A Primer

Being a writer who also works in the theatre has offered me a unique perspective on both writing and creating theatre. Fundamentally, they aren’t that different: just variations on the transmission of narratives. 1,356 more words

Depot People: My Full-Length Play of Very Short Plays

Two years ago, a local hospice had a fundraising idea: produce a program of about six plays, each no longer than 15 minutes. Any playwright could submit a script, so long as it was a no-budget play and somehow fit the general theme. 366 more words

My Audio & Stage Plays

Talking about what it means to be human with Amina Henry

When I heard that Amina Henry was starting her own theater company I was thrilled. I’ve been a fan of her work since actress Cate Bottiglione… 1,120 more words

Libby Watches Plays

Stalling, Yes Indeed I’m Stalling

It’s Just after 0500 and I’m sitting down in front of my computer to do some rewriting, but as a dear friend of mine once said, “Hey, man I just ain’t feeling it today.” Sage words for sure. 345 more words