June played out similarly to May, in terms of the Genius Project. I didn’t make my minimum quota for the month of June. Spending an average of 60 minutes a day seems very easy to do in the planning stages, but when reality sets in… I don’t have a good reason for this — excuses, yes; but good reason, no. 308 more words
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Big thanks to David Haverty and Odd Dog Pictures for this quick trailer for The Last Known Recording of the Lovely Lenore Sisters!
Just in time for the final encore performances playing at the Lounge Theatre, 6201 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90038: 14 more words
'Peacemaker' receives its world premiere with 'One Night Stand in the Wild West', Aug. 2 at the Vintage Theatre, Aurora
Join the One Night Stand ensemble as they ride into town with an evening of tall tales, short stories, and wild and wooly plays about the Old West, Colorado history, and the American frontier. 278 more words
I am thrilled to announce that “Mirrors,” my first full-length play, has been selected as one of two recipients of The Castillo Theatre’s 2015 Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Contest! 178 more words
I would have thought that by this date, Copper Moll Production’s first Fringe experience would be done and dusted. At this point, I expected to be basking in the glory of a triumphant inaugural production, full of insight and perspective and wisdom. 207 more words
I’ve completely upgraded my Plays and Musicals by Patrick Dorn tab/page on this web site. Check it out!
Instead of a simple alphabetical list of my plays, I’ve added play descriptions from the various publishers’ catalogs, and art work. 43 more words