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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After a very long time, and a lot of work and support, all across the Boston and New England theater community, StageSource and the New Play Alliance have finally published the New England New Play Anthology! I’m so proud to … Continue reading
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
Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore opens tonight at the Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro, California, as part of their Pick of the Vine Festival. It runs all the way through February 11th. I’m excited to be back in this … Continue reading
Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore will have a reading in Seoul on December 23, 7pm, and December 24, 3pm, at Cafe Spielen. Check it out if you just happen to be there. (and speak Korean) https://www.facebook.com/Spielen1/ (For my American friends … Continue reading
Lack of posts, in this case, is not because of lack of stuff happening. But rather, there has been lots of it. The past six months have seen the end of the run of Blood on the Snow, Flat Earth’s … Continue reading
Just had a great interview with Kenneth Weene on It Matters Radio, an internet radio (with video) show about Robert Smalls. We had a lively conversation about the book and Robert Smalls. He and his cohost feel strongly that Steering … Continue reading
I hope you’re all enjoying the start of spring. I’ve got a bunch of projects coming up (when I’m not busy fixing up our project house). First, in my role as coordinator for the New England New Play Alliance, I’ve … Continue reading
The Acme Theater in Maynard, Massachusetts, produced Santa Doesn’t Live Here Anymore in early January. I was able to see the evening this past Saturday night–it was a terrific line-up with lots of scripts by playwrights I know and admire … Continue reading
In a tiny bit more than two weeks, Friday, November 6th, Lab Rats opens in Boston at Atlantic Wharf (290 Congress Street). I can’t wait! The cast is so very, very good. I’ve been at rehearsals for the first two … 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