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‘Priorities in Aisle 14’ produced via Zoom from Minnesota

The Coronavirus One-Minute Play Festival produced 625 one-minute virus-related plays over six days in April — with a different batch of plays being performed each night, via Zoom, by a different theatre. My short piece PRIORITIES IN AISLE 14 came on the final night, April 17, and was performed by students at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Jessica Yates played the main character.

Phoebe Thoroughman as a screaming customer in the toilet paper aisle.

Anna Schloerb as another screaming customer. All the students screamed at the same time — as the script called for — but these were the only two that broke through the Zoom logjam.

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Photos from ‘The Curious Case of Jockstrap Malone’ in Toronto

Turns out he shouldn’t have insulted the Girl Scouts. Revenge is sweet.

My one-act THE CURIOUS CASE OF JOCKSTRAP MALONE is running in the New Ideas Festival at the Alumnae Theatre in Toronto — my first show in Toronto! Now I can say I’ve been produced in New York, London, Melbourne, Chicago, Los Angeles . . . and Toronto! Along with a bunch of other places. Alas, I had planned to see the show but cancelled my plans amid the COVID-19 pandemic fears.

Samantha Devries, Director
Mofi Agboola, Stage Manager/Assistant Director
Alison Dixon, Pixie
Andrew Horbatuik, Malone
Kim Sprenger, Tabitha
Piyal Sarker, Drixie
Sundance Nagrial, Trixie

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Photos from ‘There’s A Reason Why They Call It Falling’ in Florida

They’re both at Lover’s Leap, trying to jump off but run into each other. Injuries result.

My 10-minute play THERE’S A REASON WHY THEY CALL IT FALLING had its premiere in February at South Walton High School in South Walton, Florida. A lot more photos here.

Directed by Lily Hanley
He’s Cole Bailey
She’s Ava Clark

You know that really hurts.

But she has a different plan.

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Photos from ‘The Four Horsemen of the Internet’ in Florida

The old guard. From left: Famine, Death, Plague, War.

My 10-minute play THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE INTERNET — which recently completed a run in a festival in New York — was also in a festival at South Walton High School in South Walton, Florida. You can see the full photo gallery here.

Trolling…….GRACIE O’HARE

The newbies. From left: Trolling, Viral, Deletion, Ghosting.

Death, spectacular, expressive Death.


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Photos from ‘Troubleshooting’ in Florida

Jiggle the mouse, he said.

My 10-minute play TROUBLESHOOTING — which previously won an award in Australia that I couldn’t accept — was produced by South Walton High School in South Walton, Florida in February. The full photo gallery is here.

Director: Carissa Groves

The show is set up to be gender-neutral. In Australia it was done with two women. Here the characters were Marie, the office worker, played by Molly Turner, and Tyler, the IT help desk, by Spencer Eichberger.

Of course, he’s not going to bother coming to the cubicle when he can do it over the phone.

This will take care of the problem, for sure.

Here’s another photo and the poster.


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More photos from ‘The Four Horsemen of the Internet’ in New York

The official cast photo with director Leslie Kincaid Burby

My short play THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE INTERNET has finished its run in the festival at The Secret Theatre in New York. Here’s a final batch of photos.

Fun photo.

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Photo from ‘Troubleshooting’ in Florida

A technical support play.

The poster.

South Walton High School in South Walton, Florida produced three of my ten-minute plays as part of an eight-play festival: THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE INTERNET, THERE’S A REASON THEY CALL IT FALLING and TROUBLESHOOTING. Here’s a copy of the poster, and a scene from TROUBLESHOOTING, courtesy of director Carissa Groves.


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