February 2011 has turned out to be a very busy month for me on the writing front. Annah Feinberg is curating a reading series for The BE Company next week and she’s asked me to participate. I’m excited because the other writers in the series are my Civilians R&D peeps! More details below: Emerging theatre
Writing project #4 for February: I’m participating in 2G’s production of 14: Instant Vaudeville. I saw last year’s production (aptly named 13) and it was fantastic! So I totally jumped at the chance when I was asked to contribute a monologue for the show. More details below: 14: Instant Vaudeville – 3 Performances – Friday,
I was asked to put together a video for HOW SOON IS NOW? An evening of short plays addressing the issue of violence against LGBTQ teens written by members of The Pack, Packawallop’s artistic home for the collaborative development of new work. Will post photos soon. But please check out the video!
As part of the Civilians R&D Group, we’re asked to periodically blog about the plays we’re working on. Here’s my first blog on SOUND, my Deaf play: Click here for the original Civilians blog post
I’ll be playing Philip in a reading of TURNING THE GLASS AROUND by Pia Wilson, for the Pack Lounge Series, NYC. Here’s the formal press release: We are pleased to announce Pack Member Pia Wilson will be presenting her new play Turning the Glass Around at this year’s first Lounge in a reading directed by