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Photos from ‘On The Thirteenth Day of Christmas’ in Colorado

Fountain Community Theater in Fountain, Colorado produced my full-length script ON THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF CHRISTMAS in December 2018. Here are some photos.

Rehearsal shot.

Newspaper coverage.

OTHER PRODUCTIONS OF ON THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF CHRISTMAS

* 2015: First Avenue Playhouse, Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Photos and video here.
* 2013: Santiam High School, Mill Creek, Oregon. Photo here and praise for the show here.

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Photos from ‘Joy to Other Worlds’ in Texas

Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas produced my Christmas one-act JOY TO OTHER WORLDS December 18-19, 2018. Director Jordan Miller (a student!) sends these awesome photos. You can find more photos here.

The awesome aliens.

The whole cast and crew.

Some fantastic lighting.

The master plan.

OTHER PRODUCTIONS OF JOY TO OTHER WORLDS
2017: Otherworld Theatre, Chicago, photo here.
2016: Esk-Dale High School, Millard County, Utah; photos here.
2014: Backyard Players, Steinbach, Manitoba (no photos)

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My biggest crowd ever: 600 in Minnesota

I’m told that 600 people were on hand to watch Pine Island High School in Pine Island, Minnesota produce my Christmas one-act LET THERE BE LIGHTS! on December 21, 2019. Director Kate Laack shares this photo.

A scene from LET THERE BE LIGHTS!

OTHER PRODUCTIONS OF LET THERE BE LIGHTS:

2018: Otto-Eldred High School, Duke Center, Pennsylvania; photos here and poster here.

2017: Liberty High School, Liberty, Texas; photos here

2015: Seton Hall University did a script-in-hand production; photos here.

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Photos from ‘The Christmas Spiders’ in Oklahoma

Spiders!

Varnum High School in Seminole Oklahoma produced my one-act THE CHRISTMAS SPIDERS on December 14, 2018. Director Holly Dunagan shares these photos.

More spiders!

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Photos from ‘Peaked in High School’ in Colorado

Kassidy as Brandi, a former homecoming queen who is feeling despondent.

Hailey as Chloe, the former nerd who is now a geologist.

Katherine as Jimmy, the former homecoming king and star quarterback.

My 10-minute play PEAKED IN HIGH SCHOOL was produced December 10 at Adams State University in Colorado. In fact, I had two short plays produced at the school on that date as part of the same festival. Director Courtney Behil reports she had to make a casting change and wound up casting a woman in the role of Jimmy, the former homecoming king. Good for her. I love cross-gender casting.

PEAKED IN HIGH SCHOOL
Eleven years to the night after a high school homecoming, three former classmates meet by chance on a local Lover’s Leap. The homecoming queen is depressed and planning to kill herself. Poignant drama ensues. Cast: Three: Two female, one male.

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Photos from ‘Letters From the Mona Lisa’ in Colorado

Rehearsal. You can probably figure out who’s who.

My 10-minute play LETTERS FROM THE MONA LISA was produced December 10 at Adams State University in Colorado. Director Shawnea Giles shares these rehearsal photos.

LETTERS FROM THE MONA LISA
The woman in the famous painting comes to life and speaks to a security guard at the Louvre museum. He persuades her to write a letter to one of her fans. Cast: Two to four, depending on which ending you choose. The basic cast is 1 male, 1 female, with the male envisioned as older and the female capable of portraying the Mona Lisa. Some of the optional endings add 1 female and 1 boy. Running time: 10 minutes.
* Produced by Jewel Box Theatre, Poulsbo, Washington, May 2016.
* Produced by Donna Scott Productions, Charlotte, North Carolina, August 2018.
* Produced by Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado, December 2018.

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Photos from ‘Just Another Day At the Office’ at Michigan State

For the third year in a row, Michigan State University’s Roial Players produced one of my one-acts. JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE ran Oct. 18-21. Here are some awesome photos.

Jenny is stuck at the lowest rung of the corporate ladder. Then she’s sent to raid another office for supplies and things start to happen.

Back in April, a staged reading of this script won a prize in Virginia. More on that here.

JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE
A young woman is sent on a mission to raid another department for supplies. She comes back as the CEO. A play about sexism in the workplace. Cast: 18 — 12 male, 6 female.
* Staged reading at Shakespeare in the Burg, Middleburg, Virginia, April 2018.
* Produced by Roial Players, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, October 2018.

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