Category: Playwright

Godspeed, Sam Shepard – Do Not Go Gentle…

Same Shepard was a great American playwright. I loved the worlds he created for the stage. They drew me closer to that magical space of the theatre. At times, some of his plays–on paper–were a struggle to comprehend. But once they opened to you,…

The Stage or the Page? Writing the Baby or the Embryo

I was recently asked the question, ‘What do you like writing for more…the stage or the page?’ My answer was simple. I didn’t even have to think about it. It was an emphatic YES! With a gun to my head, along with the pressure…

Staged Readings of Two of My One-Act Plays…

THE HISTORY OF US and KING OF THE CREASE, two one-act plays I wrote, will be stage read NEXT TUESDAY (AUGUST 1st, 2017) from 7pm-9pm at Port Perry Church of the Ascension (266 North St. Port Perry). Thanks to THEATRE 3×60 for putting this…

I See a Ship in the Harbor…

  I can and shall obey… Ear-worms are fingers tapping your soul asking you to remember. And I still find it so hard to say what I need to say. What follows is mere rumination. I’ve been imagining myself a playwright of late. Again….

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