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Catching Up: Santa in Seoul (back in December)

I’m still catching up on some past productions. In this case, one the actors from last August’s AND Theatre Festival contacted me about doing a reading of Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore in a coffee shop at Christmastime in Seoul.  … Continue reading

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Catching Up: Treacherous Beauty at NEHGS

We’re on the verge of July, but I haven’t had a chance to post photos and news from events that happened in May. I’m going to try to catch up a little bit. On May 25th, the New England Historic … Continue reading

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Seven Devils: design meeting and set drawings

One of the great parts of the Seven Devils script development process is the design meeting. I got to spend part of an afternoon meeting with design fellow Sabrina Reed, my director Christy Montour-Larson, dramaturg Gay Smith, and Seven Devils … Continue reading

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I’m back from Seven Devils. (Wow!)

I’m finally getting a chance to catch my breath a little, after an extremely busy start to the year. It was all capped off with a 17-day stay at the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference in McCall, Idaho, where I workshopped … Continue reading

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Escape to Wonderland coming to Colorado, April 9

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

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Nice words about Steering to Freedom

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

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Virtual Book Tour for Steering to Freedom starts tomorrow!

September saw three readings of Steering to Freedom–at Porter Square Books, the Old State House Museum, and at MIT. I’m grateful to all the sponsors who brought me in and to all the book lovers and my friends who showed … Continue reading

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Three readings of Steering to Freedom in Boston this month!

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

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Constant State of Panic reading at Charlestown Working Theatre, March 19

On Thursday, March 19, at 7pm, Theatre on Fire will present a reading of my play Constant State of Panic at the Charlestown Working Theatre, 442 Bunker Hill Street, Charlestown. (Here are directions to the space.)   This darkly comic love … Continue reading

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How Does It Feel to be a Problem? to be read in Colorado, April 12

  My short play, How Does It Feel to be a Problem?, will be read by One Night Stand Theater in Aurora, Colorado, on Sunday, April 12, 7pm, at the Vintage Theatre (1468 Dayton Street).  One Night Stand does a … Continue reading

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