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Scene Five / TRUCE / by B.Michael Peterson

On November 13th and 28th, 2015, at The Pocket Theater, I will present a performance of my new play, TRUCE. TRUCE is a new dramatic play about a gay man who is dealing with a new HIV diagnosis, domestic violence with his partner who is handling the suicide of his younger gay brother. 1,136 more words

B.Michael Peterson

Between A & B

Battersea Power Station. Shut down, run down, left construction work. The audience are sat on the ground floor facing the front. There is a balcony above them. 3,096 more words


Steely Dan's "Aja" and how an album can still move you.

Sometimes, music can be a healer, bring back memories pleasant and unpleasant.  I had thought about writing a blog on one of my favorite albums of all time “Aja”. 571 more words


Emmy and Ro

Sometime back in January, “Emmy and Ro” popped into my head while I was driving home from rehearsal, in the dead of night, and through a rain storm. 225 more words

Strangers on a Train: The New York Stories

In the past few years, there’s been more altercations on the subway, more fights on the subway. One of the reasons I know this is because if you go on you tube, and type in Subway fights, you pull up the latest shenanigans on the train. 1,209 more words


Day Eight of the 111 Day Writer's Journey

As I journey towards turning “writer” from a self-proclaimed label to professional title, I’ve decided to give myself a focused challenge. Each day, from now until January 11, 2016, I hereby pledge to focus on my writings…
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QUOTA: Part of the 2015 Warner International Playwrights Festival

My one act comedy , QUOTA, has been selected as one of the winning plays for the 2015 Warner International Playwrights Festival. The play looks at how people go from being members of society to becoming an identified minority and having their rights violated. 330 more words