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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Category Archives: publications
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
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
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
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
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
My newest novel, Steering to Freedom, has just been published by Penmore Press! In May 1862, Robert Smalls, a slave and ship’s pilot in Charleston, South Carolina, crafts a daring plan to steal the steamship Planter and deliver it along … Continue reading
Look what came in the mail! Curse the Darkness is now officially available from Brooklyn Publishers. Watch out world! This play has been one of my most popular short plays–it’s been produced in Boston, New York, Rhode Island, Montana, Minnesota, … Continue reading
I’m still doing everything I can to get copies of my new novel, Moving (a life in boxes), into the hands of readers. Right now, I’m running a giveaway over on Goodreads, where three people will win copies of the … Continue reading
The new paperback version of Moving (a life in boxes) is out, and I’m eager to get it into the hands of readers. To start, I’m going to do my first Rafflecopter giveaway of three signed copies. I’ve never used … Continue reading
Over the past month or so, I’ve had a three-part blog series running on the HowlRound web site: What Farming is Teaching/Reminding Me about Playwriting and Theater. It sums up a lot of what I’ve learned from the past two … Continue reading