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The Different Writing Genres

So I mentioned in my last post that there are several types of writing genres (outside of fiction genres, such as fantasy and the like) and that I’m currently working on deciding what else I want to write besides fiction. 897 more words


Switzerland. And Impartiality.

Hotly pursuing my 2017 resolution to read more plays, I’ve chivvied out a play by Joanna Murray-Smith, perhaps the most produced Australian playwright. But then there’s that David Williamson. 742 more words


Guess Whose Play Is Going To Be Produced Off-Broadway?

This year’s lineup of 10-minute shorts explores the idea of CHALLENGES with plays that reflect various creative interpretations of the theme. Out of nearly 1,000 submissions from around the world, 10 short plays were selected for this year’s production! 407 more words


Favourite words.

Now it has been rewritten I am about to post off my play. I had to get rid of some characters as well as a whole set but it still has the bones of the story. 138 more words


Setting the Stage - David Hare's Skylight

Presented by the Troubadour Theatre Collective, and directed by Brenda Bazinet, the London Arts Project transformed their third floor space to Kyra Hollis’ apartment from… 302 more words


Play rewrite

For those following my efforts at writing a play I have just completely rewritten it, adding scenes to explain what I cannot show as I have taken out the second set and  all action now happens in the same flat or in the front of the curtain ( or in some woods – either screened or potted!) 119 more words


Hold the dates for Plays & Prestidigitation #7 - The Politically Incorrect Version

Periodically I present a series called Plays & Prestidigitation at Polaris North.  I offer the opportunity for other playwrights to present short plays in an event I assemble, stage manage, create marketing and playbills, provide reception food and most importantly host and perform magical interludes between plays to stitch together the evening and cover scene changes.   139 more words