Upcoming Productions/ EventsTalk about Robert Smalls and Steering to Freedom, National Museum of the U.S. Navy, Washington, DC, 12pm, September 8.
Talk about Robert Smalls and Steering to Freedom, Arlington VA Public Library, 4pm, September 9.
Blinders, Miarigogae Art Theater, Seoul, South Korea, October.
Talk about Robert Smalls and Steering to Freedom, Royall House and Slave Quarters, Medford, MA, November 15, 7:30pm.
Lab Rats, Narjaya Theatre, Chennai, India, November.
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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
Lots of good news for my short play, Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. It will have productions and readings from: December 2016. Seoul, South Korea January 13-Feb 18. Little Fish Theatre, San Pedro, CA January 20 – Feb 5. Playwrights … Continue reading
I’m delighted that my play, Ms. Claus, will be part of Suburban Holidays V, staged by Quannapowitt Players, in Reading, MA, November 25-December 3. Last year they produced my short play, Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. QP has been putting … Continue reading
I’m super excited to announce that my political satire, Blinders, will return to Boston in June. The Flat Earth Theatre will mount the production at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown, June 10-25. This will be my first … Continue reading
Steering to Freedom has garnered some nice reviews and commentary recently. The Historical Novel Society reviewed the book in their magazine, and had this to say: Author Gabridge weaves a tight, suspenseful tale that is a valuable addition to the … Continue reading
My gritty little one-act, Escape to Wonderland, originally created as part of Mill 6’s T Plays in Boston, will make an appearance in New Jersey in February. It will be part of the 2nd Annual Kicking & Swearing Festival of … Continue reading
Just about two years ago, Nat Sheidley, the director of public history at the Bostonian Society, commissioned me to write a play about the day after the 1770 Boston Massacre and a fateful meeting that took place in the Old … Continue reading
I get a special thrill when my work is produced overseas. So far, my work has been done in thirteen different countries (US, Canada, Mexico, England, Scotland, Finland, India, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, and The Philippines), primarily in … Continue reading
One of my newest short plays is a fun little Christmas comedy, Ms. Claus, about an interview to replace the old Santa and a woman shows up to compete for the job. The play is on stage this week in … Continue reading