Category Archives: Theatre Writing

What I’m Learning from My Fiction Podcast

On this gray, rainy Saturday in the middle of week two of COVID-19 induced physical distancing protocols, I’m thinking a lot about Leo. If you haven’t listened yet, Leo is the name of the fictional narrator in my audio fiction … Continue reading

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The Familiar – Now Streaming!

Six years ago at an artistic residency, Sadie and I turned to each other during a ghost tour and said, “We should start a podcast.” Today you can find what we created wherever you listen to podcasts. I’ve had productions … Continue reading

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Audio Drama Casting Call – Join The Familiar Fam!

Want to try voice acting? Want to get involved in fiction podcasting? Want to get paid to perform an awesome role I wrote? Today we are releasing the second and final casting call for Season 1 of the audio drama/fiction … Continue reading

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Audition Notice for The Familiar

I posted this copiously on social media, both mine and the show’s @thefamiliar, but in case you didn’t see it there… We are casting for the first four episodes of The Familiar! The Familiar is an anthology audio fiction. Each … Continue reading

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#31days31plays Last Week

It was harder to pick just one from the last week (and a bit) of #31days31plays. Here’s the final “play” I wrote: Park. BOY and GIRL sit on a bench. BOY: It’s the last day. No response. BOY: How do … Continue reading

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#31days31plays Week 3

I didn’t think that these short plays would capture anything but my silliest thoughts. This play from Thursday morning October 18th does capture something more. OLIVIA, young woman, kneels before a wishing well. OLIVIA: Please help me. Please, please. I … Continue reading

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#31days31plays Week 2

The second week got creepier… in a good way. It included Ophelia resuscitated on a spaceship in the future. And a last minute finish for Day 14–but not a day missed yet. A basement bunker. Two women sleep on cots. … Continue reading

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#31days31plays Week 1

I wrote a (1 page or more) play every day for the past week. It was just the beginning. Here’s one of those days: TONI stands outside of a closed bathroom door. Waiting impatiently to use the facilities. They lean … Continue reading

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31 Days, 31 Plays

I have challenged myself for the month of October. The challenge? Write a play each day… a one-page play, that is. Sometimes you gotta take baby steps to get back into the creative habit–this is mine. Each day I will … Continue reading

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Now Reviewing for Show Showdown

At the end of 2017, I began writing my “gladly beyond” reviews of theatre for the blog Show Showdown. I was a little worried about reviewing, since I am an artist writing and producing my own scripts. But when Wendy … Continue reading

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