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Beatrix Potter Must Die! opens in Orlando January 19

My comedy Beatrix Potter Must Die! opens  this week in Orlando in a production from the Playwrights’ Round Table. These same folks did an excellent job with Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore last year, and I’m thrilled for them to … Continue reading

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Chore Monkeys opens in Charleston in one week!

One of my newest plays, Chore Monkeys, will open January 24 at the College of Charleston.  The production, directed by Joy Vandervort-Cobb, will run through February 3rd. The college flew me out to Charleston last week, so I could be … Continue reading

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Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore opens in Miami tonight!

My short play Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore at the City Theatre in Miami. I’m thrilled for this play to be included in a festival that will include short plays by terrific and prolific writers from across the country. City … Continue reading

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Blinders opens in Korea Oct 26

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

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Blood on the Snow 2017 is now closed.

After 59 performances, the 2017 run of Blood on the Snow at the Old State House in Boston is finally over. This is the longest any of my shows has ever run, and that’s not even counting the initial 4-week … Continue reading

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Both/And and Quantum Physics on PRI

My quantum physics play, Both/And, has closed its run at the MIT Museum (though I harbor hopes it might be back someday.  But even if you missed the show, you can get the gist of it and the experiment by … Continue reading

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Blood on the Snow mostly sold out (but you still might get tickets)

Blood on the Snow has now finished the first 8 weeks of its 12-week run at the Old State House in Boston. The response from audiences and critics has continued to be enthusiastic, night after night. Which has led to … Continue reading

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Video about the Cosmic Bell Experiment (and Both/And)

There are just four performances left of Both/And, the play about quantum entanglement that I was commissioned to write by the Central Square Theater and the MIT Museum.  August 5 and 6 at 1:30pm and 3pm. It was a particularly … Continue reading

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A very busy month: events and productions of my work in May

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

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How Does It Feel To Be A Problem? running at Theatre Three

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

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