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Sex and Vegetables

Today’s prompt: http://31plays31days.com/day/2015/08/02

Scene: the park. We see a garbage can and a bench with a small white box with a yellow bow wrapped around it. 1,218 more words

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Galleys and the final proof before publication

In the last week, I received galley proofs from two different publishers for a couple of my plays that are about to “go public.” Galleys are the camera-ready pages of the script. 511 more words

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Doors Closing

I’ve decided to take part 31 Plays/31 Days.

Here is today’s prompt: http://31plays31days.com/post/125598476332/inspiration-day-1

Doors Closing

On the Sounder commuter train. Summer. There is a pod of 4 seats (two benches that face each other) with a narrow table between. 924 more words

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A Brown British Business Woman

The other day, I heard about a networking group for black British business women. And the question naturally arose whether such a group was essential and would it then be alright to have a white alternative and possibly one for every hue going. 344 more words

Play Wins Contest, Writer Absent

I’m pleased to announce that my ten-minute play “The Real Deal” is one of seven winning plays in this year’s Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase. The seven short plays will be given a staged reading on August 28, 29, and 30. 229 more words

Writing

Genius Project Update #6

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

Playwriting

Reflection on Writings from the Heart (Part 2)

Following the exciting weekend at TheatreWorks, we have received many enthusiastic responses for Writings from the Heart – a series of public readings of 9 new plays! 751 more words

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