“It’s Real To Me” in New Jersey

From the program.

My one-act IT’S REAL TO ME was produced June 1-4 at Bergen County Academies, Hackensack, New Jersey.

IT’S REAL TO ME
A doctor devises a way to transplant memories from one person to another. It’s a form of therapy, a way to give one person’s surplus happy memories to those who have suffer from depression or some traumatic incident. But when one woman gets a memory transplant to overcome her depression, something goes wrong. She wakes up with a memory of killing someone. It’s a repressed memory that the donor had given away. A dark, serious piece. Cast: Nine: Four female, one male, four non-gender. With option of adding a tenth, non-gender, character with two lines. Running time: 30 minutes.

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Photos from “The Other Side of Oz” in Michigan

Toto and Dorothy.

Lake Fenton High School in Lake Fenton, Michigan produced my full-length show THE OTHER SIDE OF OZ in May 2017, marking the second production of that script. (The first was in Montana in 2014). Here is a photo gallery.

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Photos from “The Sandstorm” in Texas

My 10-minute play THE SANDSTORM was produced May 12, 2017 at Rockwall Heath High School in Heath, Texas.

The inspector interrogates a government official about discrepancies in his account.

They’re Martians. He’s siphoning off money to pay for a vault to store Martian artifacts after the planet’s oceans dry up and no life remains. They drink a toast of Martian water.

THE SANDSTORM
A dark vision from the last days of Mars. A local official in charge of building canals instead diverts some of the money to build an underground library to store his civilization’s artifacts because he knows Mars is doomed. Cast: Two non-gender.
* Produced by Otherworld Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, July 2015.
* Produced by Rockwall Heath High School, Heath, Texas, May 2017.

Here’s video from the Chicago production.

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Photos from Gone in 60 Seconds Festival 2017 in Leeds, UK

I had three pieces in the 2017 edition of the Gone In 60 Seconds Festival of one-minute plays in Leeds, Great Britain on May 13. Here are photos.

Cast photo.

“Two Squirrels On A Powerline.” Ignore the “Fincaster” on the screen. I’m from Fincastle. Even in English some things get lost in translation!

“The Science Fair Project.”

“Nobody Ever Asks Me.” Great product placement for the book about one-minute plays, which I am honored to be included in.

One more below! Read the rest of this entry »

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Production photos from “Curiosity Killed The Cat” in Texas

The detective interviews Curiosity.

Here are some awesome productions from “Curiosity Killed The Cat,” which was produced May 5-6 by Red River Revue in Clarksville, Texas. Photos by Robyn Hutchinson Blount. The full gallery is here.

ALSO:

* Promotional video.
* Promotional posters and back-stage photos
* More posters and set-up photos.

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Promotional video from “Curiosity Killed The Cat” in Texas

Here’s the promotional video for my one-act “Curiosity Killed The Cat,” produced May 5-6, 2017 in Clarksville, Texas by Red River Revue. Video shot by Juan Espinoso.

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More photos from “Curiosity Killed The Cat” in Texas

What a cool feel.

The cast.

Here are some awesome promos — and a cast photo — from my show CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT, which was produced May 5-6 in Clarksville, Texas.

More photos here and a previous post about the show here.

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