Upcoming Productions/ EventsHow Does It Feel To Be A Problem?, Theatre Three, Port Jefferson, NY, March 11-April 1.
Escape to Wonderland, One Night Stand, Aurora, CO, April 9.
Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Community College of Rhode Island, Providence, April 20-23.
Both/And, as part of an exhibit on quantum entanglement, MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA, Weekends, 2pm, April 15-August.
Eden in Chains, Boston Theater Marathon XIX, May 14.
Blood on the Snow, Old State House, Boston, June 1-August 20.
Lab Rats, New World Theatre, Players Ring, Portsmouth, NH (late night), July 7-16.
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Category Archives: good news
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
My new full-length play, Lab Rats, opens in Boston tonight. I’ve had a blast working with the Brown Box Theatre Project. I couldn’t asked for a better team–the director, Kyler Taustin, and I really clicked, and our cast of Brenna … Continue reading
Some very big, good news that I’ve been remiss in not sharing sooner: Brown Box Theatre is producing my new full-length play, Lab Rats. This play had readings from Argos Productions and the Munroe Center for the Arts, and now … Continue reading
September is a busy month for me and my new novel, Steering to Freedom. I will be doing THREE readings/signings in the Boston area. The story of Robert Smalls is an incredible, kick-ass tale of heroism (based very much on … Continue reading
For those of you who are fans of audio drama, my radio play, The Wind & The Cold will be airing online all this week from the folks at ShoeString Radio. They put together an excellent production a number of … Continue reading
Today, I’m trying out my first Goodreads Giveaway for Steering to Freedom. It’s easy to enter, and your odds are pretty good because it was supposed to run for 4 days, but Goodreads delayed getting it approved, so it’s only … Continue reading
If you’re in NYC this weekend, June 11-13, and like One-Minute Plays, don’t miss this festival. My play, Holding Halloween will be in it. (For exactly one minute.) This play first premiered in the Boston One-Minute Play Festival. This is … Continue reading
Yesterday, I posted about Steering to Freedom being published. In case you need a little extra encouragement to get the book, here is some advance praise from some fabulous writers: “Steering to Freedom sweeps back the curtain on an extraordinary … Continue reading