I was asked to write a ten minute radio play for Naked Angels’ podcast Naked Radio. My piece is called The Curse of Tippecanoe. It’s about two special agents who travel back in time to prevent the assassination of several Presidents (JFK, Abraham Lincoln, and William Henry Harrison) in order to lift a curse that
Got to spend a week up at Space on Ryder Farm located in upstate NY in the town of Brewster. Here are my thoughts on my farm experience, in no particular order: Bees really like Laura Savia. I mean, REALLY LIKE HER. Eating three square meals a day made of farm fresh foods is amazing
Week 3 started off with a pre-reading reading of Emma’s play A Knee That Can Bend in the lovely air conditioned lounge of the New England building. When I walked into the reading, I found out I was cast (much to my surprise) as the female chorus which meant I’d be playing a handful of
Read Week 1 here Week 2 was spent mostly finding a good space to write. I tried to fulfill some strange ideal in my head of writing outside and being one with nature. Well, let me tell you, nature is freaking hot in the middle of July. I believe humidity was created by mother nature
Here’s my latest blog post for the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group blog. It’s about late bloomers. I’m sure many of you can relate. This post originally appeared on the Public Theater’s blog. The Late Bloomer By Don Nguyen, member of the 2008 Emerging Writers Group I’m turning 40 this year. There. I said it.