I am happy to say that the readings for Moving Arts Theatre's MADLab Play Development Program are finally here! It's been a weird ride -- the pandemic hit in the middle of our second draft rewrites and readings, and we all had to adapt to doing things online. But we got through it! Happy to be in such good company! You can reserve (free!) tickets here.
The schedule is:
Sunday, October 25th, 2:00 pm - The Light at Arles by Robert Menna
Sunday, October 25th, 4:30pm - Reset by Howard Ho
Sunday, November 1st, 2:00 pm - Cage and Lung by Emily Fernandez
Sunday, November 1st, 6:00 pm - Hello, My Name Is... by Amy Dellagiarino
All times are in the Pacific Time Zone!
Happy to announce that my second made-for-streaming play, A Conversation Through the Bathroom Door will have it's world premiere with Dark Horse Theatre on Saturday, November 7th at 8pm EST.
A young couple attempts to reevaluate their marriage in the wake of a personal tragedy. A seriocomedy about grief, FaceTime, and the dangers of too much red wine.
Amy Dellagiarino as Lila
Monnie Aleahmad as Gary
Amy Benson as Rally
Sign up for tickets through Dark Horse Theatre -- run time is approximately 30 min.
"Come" hear a reading of a brand new play of mine this Tuesday, 8/25 at 7pm PST! RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org to get signed up and receive the link!
Directed by Glenn Stanton
Susan Louise O'Connor as Tess
Alexandra Ryan as Jordan
Paul McKinney as Reuben
Suzan Mikiel as Cindy
Dee Baldus as Mary Lynn
Phil Idrissi as Frank
Mae Ruling as Winnifred
Carly Turro reading Stage Directions
The Value of Moscow is BACK for a limited time! From now until 5pm PST on Monday, 8/24 you can watch an all new reimagining of the show here!
This production is fully staged, with actors off-book and props and costumes galore! How do you stage Moscow with everyone in separate apartments during quarantine? YOU'LL HAVE TO SEE!
Directed by the amazing Carrie Keranen, and starring
Tiffany Cole as Emily
Madeleine Heil as Rose
Julie Bersani as Clara
Gregory Guy Gordon as Cliff
Andres Paul Ramacho as Jimbo
Click here to donate to Sacred Fools Theatre Company.
You can now watch "Spirit Seekers" in its entirety (40 min show plus Q&A after) on YouTube here!
Thank you to David Siegel at DC Metro Theatre Arts for the great write-up about Spirit Seekers! You can read the full article here.
A pandemic isn't going to keep the theatre down! Happy to share my first production with Dark Horse since becoming their Playwright in Residence: Spirit Seekers. A comedy written especially for Zoom (since we all live on Zoom now), Spirit Seekers follows an amateur group of ghost hunters as they camp out in the haunted and infamous Hunterville House, only to end up encountering more than they bargained for.
Directed by Natasha Parnian
Arianne Warner as Olivia
Ken Giflillan as Ted
Arden DiManno as Margaret
Audra Jacobs as Ensley
The show will stream on Saturday, July 25th at 8pm EST/5 pm PST. Run time is approximately 35-40 minutes.
Tix available for free or donation at www.darkhorseva.com
I am so excited to share that I have just been named the resident playwright with Dark Horse Theatre Company in Virginia! Dark Horse was the theatre that produced the regional premiere of The Value of Moscow back in 2018, and I couldn't be happier to collaborate with them once more!
Due to everything that's happening in the world right now, most theatre has been trying to figure out how to transition to an online forum, and I'm excited to say that I will be penning several plays for Dark Horse that will be written specifically for this format! (No plays about plagues, I promise.) Check back for updates -- should be fun!
I am a lucky playwright to have not one but TWO plays being read at Theatre of Note's Ink and Drink this coming weekend!
THE HOSTAGE SITUATION:
Saturday, 3/14 at noon
Sunday, 3/15 at 5:00 pm
Both readings take place at Theatre of Note (1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd) and are FREE! Stop on by for some laughs and existentialism!
So excited to finally be able to announce that I am one of four lucky playwrights to be accepted into Moving Arts Theatre's 2020 MADLab Play Development Series! We will be developing a completely new, full-length play through a series of readings and workshops, culminating in a public reading in September 2020. Stay tuned!
To find out more about the program, and about Moving Arts in general, click here.
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