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We’ve just started our third weekend of performances for IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS. For those who still want to catch it, we’ve got 9 more shows before we close November 3. That includes a special Halloween performance on October 31, where audience will be encouraged to come in costume and stay for a
Good news, like bad news, comes in waves. I wish I could parse it out to help me get through the lean times, but whatchagonnado. My play SKIN AND THE NOVEMBER SKY will be presented as a staged reading at the National New Play Network’s annual showcase this December in San Diego. This means I
In the long, long ago, when I was still in grad school, I was considering what kind of play I wanted to create for my MFA thesis–the one time (and possibly only time) I would be creating a script with a guaranteed production. I knew I wanted to step outside the comfortable box of realism,
Yes, it’s been a long time since I updated this site. Those are the dangers of starting rehearsals the same week I start teaching. Things fall by the wayside. Blogposts, food, sleep. But I will endeavor to do better. I know that in the very near future I’ll be announcing a very exciting new (actually
I hadn’t planned to self-dramaturg my entire collection of work. I certainly hadn’t planned for the process to deeply impact the way I think about my writing going forward. But this is what happens when you start experimenting with math. Read all about it at Howlround.com
I can finally let this news drop. The Washington Rogues (and IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS) have been selected for a 2013/14 Mead Theatre Lab residency. The play will premiere at Flashpoint this October. To celebrate, here’s another of the teaser images I created for the show. Slightly less bloody than the last one,
That is to say I try to dodge them, then deflect them. And if one lands, I usually sputter incoherently before responding. So to everyone who’s been saying such lovely things about IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS, which was a finalist for this year’s O’Neill… And WE TIRESIAS, which was voted 2012’s Best Local
When WE TIRESIAS closed, I actually thought to myself, “Gosh, my schedule’s pretty free. No productions on the horizon. What do I do now?” Whereupon the universe laughed at me and, just like that, my year got booked. Okay, not really. Not all 365 days. But close. If I were a theatre with a season,
The remount of WE TIRESIAS at Forum Theatre went better than any of us could have expected. Thanks to everyone who came out and made it such a fun show to revisit.