Upcoming Productions/ EventsBoth/And, as part of an exhibit on quantum entanglement, MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA, weekend afternoons, April 15-August.
Polaroids, Gone in 60 Seconds Festival UK, University of Leeds, May 13.
Eden in Chains, Boston Theater Marathon XIX, Produced by Our Place Theatre Project, May 14.
New England New Play Anthology, book launch at Porter Square Books in Cambridge, 7pm, May 16.
Reading from Steering to Freedom at Four Stories, Middle East, Central Square, Cambridge, 6:30pm, May 18.
Treacherous Beauty, talk about Benedict Arnold and screenplay reading, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 6:30pm, May 25.
Blood on the Snow, Old State House, Boston, June 1-August 20.
Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore, InspiraTO Festival, Toronto, June 1-10.
Quack, Nylon Fusion Theatre Company, New York, NY, June 2-3.
Eden in Chains, Boston Actors Theater at Boston Playwrights' Theatre, June 8-25
Lab Rats, New World Theatre, Players Ring, Portsmouth, NH (late night), July 7-16.
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May is a super busy month for my work. Here are the events and shows happening around the country. I hope you can check some of them out. (Please e-mail me if you do, or if you see me, come … Continue reading
After a very long time, and a lot of work and support, all across the Boston and New England theater community, StageSource and the New Play Alliance have finally published the New England New Play Anthology! I’m so proud to … Continue reading
My short play, Escape to Wonderland, will be part of One Night Stand‘s “Trains and Planes” evening at the Vintage Theatre in Aurora, Colorado, on April 9th. I’ve had quite a few plays read by One Night Stand and I’m … Continue reading
My short play, How Does It Feel To Be A Problem? is now entering its second week at Theatre Three in Port Jefferson, Long Island, as part of their 20th annual one-act festival. The play is about a white dad … Continue reading
I’ve been commissioned to write a short play about quantum entanglement by the Central Square Theatre and the MIT Museum, as part of an exhibit around a really weird and cool experiment that’s been conducted by MIT Professors David Kaiser … Continue reading
Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore opened at the Playwrights Round Table in Orlando last weekend, as part of their Launch 2017 Festival. The festival runs through February 5th, with a terrific line-up of 8 new plays. … Continue reading
The announcement was made official today: Blood on the Snow will return to the Old State House in Boston, for the WHOLE SUMMER. Yep, that’s right, a 12-week run, opening June 1st. We sold out the entire run last year … Continue reading
Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore opens tonight at the Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro, California, as part of their Pick of the Vine Festival. It runs all the way through February 11th. I’m excited to be back in this … Continue reading
Last week, WBUR, our local NPR station (and one that has a large presence nationally), included the May/June production of Blood on the Snow as one of their favorite productions of the year. I’m delighted for it to be included … Continue reading