Upcoming Productions/ Events
Talk about Robert Smalls and Steering to Freedom, Royall House and Slave Quarters, Medford, MA, November 15, 7:30pm.
Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Weston High School, Weston, MA, November 16 and 18.
Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore, City Theatre, Miami, December 7-23
Beatrix Potter Must Die! Playwrights Round Table, Orlando, January 19-28
Chore Monkeys, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, January 24-February 3
Drift, Munroe Center for the Arts, Lexington, MA, reading on February 3.
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Author Archives: Patrick
Fletcher Pierson is a Chicago-based theatre artist who decided he wanted to talk with fellow artists around the country about how and why they create their work. And he decided to share those conversations with the rest of the world … Continue reading
So last week, I got some amazing good news: I have been selected to be the next artist-in-residence at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA! This will be for 2018 and 2019. You might ask yourself: “what kind of cemetery … Continue reading
I’ll be giving a talk about Robert Smalls and his adventures during the Civil War on Wednesday, November 15th at the Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford at 7:30pm. I’m so excited to have a chance to share the … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that I’m one of 14 2017 Brother Thomas Fellows! (I’ll let the Fund explain what it is:) “The Brother Thomas Fund was established at the Boston Foundation in 2007 to honor the legacy of Brother Thomas … Continue reading
On Friday, October 26th, my play Blinders will open in South Korea. I love this poster! This production, by Theater Troupe Cheongnyeondan, is directed by Sae-Rom Min, who did a brilliant job directing my short play, Eden in Chains, at … Continue reading
On Saturday, September 9th, at 4pm, I’ll be giving talk about Robert Smalls and his courageous adventures during the Civil War at the Arlington Virginia public library. Main Branch. This talk (and my talk the previous day at the National … Continue reading
On Friday September 8th, at noon, I’ll be giving talk about Robert Smalls and his courageous adventures during the Civil War at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy. If you’re in the area, I hope you’ll come check it … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that two of my more popular short plays, Quack and will/did/is, are now officially published by Brooklyn Publishers. Brooklyn has been a long-time supporter of my work–they now publish 36 of my short plays, plus two … Continue reading
Some big news to share: starting September 1, I will be the new Dramatists Guild Regional Rep for New England. This will be a chance for serve my fellow playwrights and meet a lot of new people over the next … Continue reading