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Town Gathering

Speaker at podium: Good evening, everyone. I’m absolutely thrilled to see all of you here tonight at our monthly town hall meeting. Thanks to those who RSVP’d beforehand and scanned their phones as they entered. 853 more words

FIction

New Collection

My short comedy “The Agent” is in this new collection of plays. In Renaissance times, an agent tries to sign up a boy soprano for a new motet by Palestrina – “It has a beat, and you can pray to it.” But the singer has other ideas.

InspiraTO Festival opens June 1 at Alumnae Theatre

The 12th annual InspiraTO Festival of 10-minute plays runs June 1 – 10 at Alumnae Theatre in Toronto.  This year’s theme is “Grow Up”, but don’t let the theme fool you; the plays explore adult topics that are at times witty, sublime and provocative. 325 more words

News

Keen Teens 2017!

My short play Tilda Swinton Betrayed Us is part of Keen Company’s 2017 Keen Teens Festival of New Works this weekend, May 12 – 14! You’ll also have a chance to catch two other new short pieces by Boo Killebrew and Eleanor Burgess on this triple bill. 199 more words

Productions

Theater Week - We Build the Wall

 

Annie Ruth Graham, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, panel W48, line 12.

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through May 8, 2017

 

OPENING:

* Leaving Eden – Workshop production of an original drama with regional music exploring the stories of people currently living in North Carolina Mill towns that boomed in the 20th century and closed down at the start of the 21st. 376 more words

Triangle Theater

New Ideas Festival: Heart beats, blue feels & the big sleep in trippy, darkly funny Week Three program

Alumnae Theatre Company continues its 2017 edition of the New Ideas Festival (NIF) with a trippy, darkly funny Week Three program, the final week of the fest. 452 more words

Theatre

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Review of New Ideas Festival 2017 - Week Three. Main program (4 short plays) runs to Sunday, March 26, with a one-time staged reading of Catherine Frid's Thistlepatch on Saturday at noon.